Allocation of Response Action Costs
Contaminant Fate and Transport in Soil, Sediment, Water, and Air
Evaluating Necessity and Reasonableness of Past and Future Costs
Postdoctoral Associate - School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University
Ph.D., Civil Engineering - University of Colorado
M.S., Civil Engineering - University of Colorado
B.S., Civil & Environmental Engineering - Clarkson University
Dr. Gerbig is a Principal Engineer in Roux’s Woburn, Massachusetts office with expertise in both the fundamental understanding of environmental systems and the practical design and implementation of engineering solutions. He has over 10 years of experience in environmental science and engineering, including expertise in environmental chemistry and geochemical modelling, site investigation and remediation, evaluation of the feasibility of remedial alternatives, remedy design, and compliance with state and federal environmental programs. As a practicing engineer, he has remediated soil, sediment, groundwater, and air impacts associated with a wide range of chemicals (e.g., petroleum, chlorinated solvents, PAHs, and metals). Dr. Gerbig also works with numerous law firms on environmental-related litigation matters where he has provided both underlying and testifying expert services that address a spectrum of litigated topics (e.g., timing of contaminant releases, evaluation of the necessity and reasonableness of past response action costs, estimation of future response action costs, and determination of equitable allocation of response action costs).
John P. Keegan v. Town of Kearny, Superior Court of New Jersey Law Division: Hudson County, Docket No.: HUD-L-3330-15. Trial Testimony. 2019.
Hobart Corporation, Kelsey-Hayes Company, and NCR Corporation v. The Dayton Power and Light Company, Valley Asphalt Corporation, et al., United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio Wester Division, Case No. 3:13-cv-115-WHR. Expert Report, Deposition. October 2018.
Confidential Arbitration Process. Expert Report. 2018.
Lee E. Buchwald, as Chapter 7 Trustee for Magnesium Corporation of America and Related Debtor, Renco Metals, Inc., v. The Renco Group, Inc., a Delaware corporation; et al., United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Case No. 1:13-cv-07948-AJN. 2018.
Stratford Holding, LLC v. Foot Locker Retail, Inc., et al., United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-12-0772-HE. Expert Report. 2017.
Gowanus Canal Remedial Design Binding Arbitration. Gowanus Canal, Brooklyn, New York, representing sixteen parties. Expert Report and presentation to the Allocator. 2017.