Al Kovalik, PE, LEED-AP
Al is a civil and environmental engineer with over 23 years experience in soil and groundwater contamination matters, working as the lead engineer on several CERCLA superfund and numerous brownfield sites. He has been responsible for numerous large scale projects at waste sites contaminated with asbestos, polymers, heavy metals, acids, caustics, pesticides, solvents, PCBs, and petroleum products. He has considerable experience working at industrial waste sites, contaminated commercial properties, and manufacturing facilities. Al has expertise in urban storm water control design, hazardous building management at major commercial facilities and industrial facility maintenance activities.
His affiliations include the National Society of Professional Engineers where serves as a national delegate for Connecticut. He serves on the UCONN CEE Advisory board and has served as president of the non-profit organization Groundwork Bridgeport. Mr. Kovalik was a member of the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s (CTDEEP) Climate Change Infrastructure Adaptation Subcommittee.