Mike Kavanaugh and Doug Larson to Teach Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course in Florida
Mike Kavanaugh (California) and Doug Larson (Massachusetts) will be teaching The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course in Tampa, Florida on February 26-March 2, 2018.
Mike and Doug will be teaching along with Robert W. Cleary, Princeton Groundwater, Inc.; John A. Cherry, University of Guelph Bernard H. Kueper, Department of Civil Engineering, Queen's University; and David Kaminski, QED Environmental Systems.
The course is approved by the Connecticut LEP Board for 40 hours of CEC credits and the Massachusetts LSP Board for 38 hours of CEC credit
Mike Kavanaugh is a Senior Principal Environmental Engineer based in California with more than 35 years of consulting experience focused on the areas of water quality, water treatment, and groundwater remediation. He has served a highly diverse group of private and public-sector clients directly, through industry associations, and through attorneys.
Doug Larson is a Senior Principal Civil and Environmental Engineer based in Massachusetts with more than 30 years of experience focused on the investigation and cleanup of hazardous waste sites throughout the United States since 1985. He is a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) in Massachusetts and manages Geosyntec's five New England Branch offices, with a combined staff of over 70 engineers and scientists.
Princeton Groundwater's Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course and The Remediation Course are recognized in the industry as the two top-rated groundwater pollution, hydrology and remediation courses available anywhere in the world.
The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course and the Remediation Course are taught by the leading groundwater professionals and teachers in the field and are the established industry standards, consistently attracting the highest enrollments of any available groundwater training courses. They are designed for the professional training needs of Geologists, Engineers, Chemists and Environmental Scientists and have been approved for continuing education credits by state boards. The emphasis in both courses is on acquiring a comprehensive, practical working knowledge of the concepts, principles, professional practices and technologies underlying groundwater hydrology, contamination and remediation. Both courses provide an extraordinary amount of applied information taught by knowledgeable lecturers who cover over 1,200 pages of course materials in over 35 hours of classroom contact time.
Learn more about the course: Princeton Groundwater Course Calendar.
Learn more about Mike at: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/mike-kavanaugh