Adam King is a Principal Civil Engineer based in California with more than 15 years of environmental consulting experience focused on the assessment and remediation of impacted soil, soil vapor, and groundwater at industrial, brownfields, and hazardous waste sites.
As a consultant, Adam focuses on developing site assessment and remedial action strategies that provide cost-effective engineering solutions and creative regulatory approaches enabling clients to meet their redevelopment, reuse, or closure objectives. He has experience working across a broad range of public agency and private client sectors including oil and gas, chemical, manufacturing, waste management, land development, PRP groups, and law firms.
Working on more than 50 project sites in the western United States, Adam has led multi-disciplinary teams under a under a range of CERCLA, state-led, and voluntary clean-up programs for site characterizations of soil, groundwater, and soil vapor conditions; vapor migration and indoor air risk assessments; feasibility study evaluations; conceptual site model development; remedial systems design, permitting, implementation, maintenance, and optimization; storm water management and post-fire mitigation design; and regulatory agency closure negotiations. Adam is currently managing multi-PRP Superfund projects in California and Arizona, and is overseeing the remediation and restoration of impacted active oil and gas production facilities (aggregate total of over 1,500-acres) within sensitive wetland habitat areas in southern California.
To advance the state of the practice, Adam serves as an active member of the Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, where he is engaged in the planning and organizing of technical content that features emerging environmental issues and technologies for symposia and lunch programs. He has also co-authored technical specifications with the City of Huntington Beach regarding soil cleanup standards and methane gas testing and mitigation.