Bob Raidl is a geologist with over 35 years experience with environmental, geotechnical and civil engineering projects. For more than 24 years he has performed field investigations, and supported aquifer remediation projects at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Hanford Site, near Richland, Washington.
Bob has expertise in characterization of groundwater for CERCLA and RCRA projects and has prepared numerous, detailed reports describing the nature and extent of groundwater contamination. He has also supported remediation design and implementation, and has evaluated the progress of efforts to remediate large hexavalent chromium plumes in the 100 Areas of the Hanford Site.
For 15 years Bob led site investigations of hydroelectric dam sites and foundations in the continental United States, South and Central America, and the Middle East. He especially enjoys training and overseeing the professional development of field geologists.
Education & Certifications
Bachelor of Science, Geology - University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, 1970
Master of Science Geology; Northern Illinois University-DeKalb; 1973