Bradford S. Newman, PG, CHG – President

Mr. Newman is noted for his breadth of knowledge in addressing the assessment and remediation of environmentally impaired resources.  He is a professional geologist specializing in hydrogeological analysis, site evaluations, and the characterization of hazardous material deposition.  He has over thirty years of experience in natural resource evaluation, surface and subsurface assessments, contamination plume identification and mapping, and design of remediation systems.  His expertise is in managing all phases and types of site cleanup from initial characterization through closure.

Professional Registrations

Certified Hydrogeologist 515
Professional Geologist 3562
Registered Well Inspector
General Engineering Contractor 709623

Representative Experience

As President and Chief Executive Officer of TRAK, Mr. Newman directs all operational and administrative functions of a full-service environmental engineering firm.  Technical specialties include subsurface assessment, groundwater resource management, fate and transport analysis, and hazardous materials cleanup.  Previous responsibilities included feasibility analysis and corrective action implementation, with design, installation and operation of remediation systems for petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil and groundwater sites.  Directed geological studies, hydrogeological investigations, and pilot testing at contaminated sites throughout California.

Academic Background

Credential in Groundwater Science – Ohio State University
Doctoral Program in Environmental Science and Engineering – UCLA
M.S. Geology – UCLA
B.S. Geology – UCLA
M.B.A. – California State College, Bakersfield