Property Transactional Due Diligence and Cost Estimating
Site Assessment and Remediation
CERCLA Program Management
Vapor Intrusion Assessment and Mitigation
Golden Gate National Recreational Area Projects
B.S., Environmental Management - University of Rhode Island
Mr. Graber is a Principal Scientist and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) with over 20 years of environmental consulting experience, primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has navigated dozens of projects from the due diligence/transaction phase through ground-up construction and occupancy. Additionally, he has significant experience managing and remediating complex, long-term environmental liabilities for the most sophisticated clients. He has built lasting, positive client and regulatory relationships through open communication and trust. He is very familiar with the local regulatory process in all the Bay Area Counties, as well as managing sites regulated by the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board and the Department of Toxic Substance Control. He is also familiar with the redevelopment process under the California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act (CLRRA).
Mr. Graber’s professional responsibilities include hydrogeological and chemical analytical evaluations, CERCLA (Superfund) site and program management, vapor intrusion assessments for redevelopment and existing buildings, vapor mitigation systems, soil and groundwater remediation and management plans, high resolution site characterization, underground tank removal and construction services, groundwater modeling, risk assessment, deep water well abandonment, and the preparation of technical and closure reports. He has performed over 100 Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) for property transaction due diligence and Phase II subsurface investigations of all media utilizing direct-push, membrane interface probe, cone penetrometer testing, hollow-stem augers, and sonic drilling technologies.
His remediation experience includes enhanced in situ bioremediation, chemical oxidation, groundwater extraction, treatment, and discharge under National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, soil vapor extraction, remedial excavation, and onsite metals stabilization.