John BunchJohn Bunch, PG

Contaminated Site Investigations and Corrective Action, Brownfields Reclamation and Redevelopment

Albuquerque, New Mexico

John Bunch, P.G., Senior Scientist, has more than 28 years of experience providing geologic, hydrogeologic, and regulatory compliance services to clients in New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and Colorado. He specializes in managing removal actions, corrective action/remedial design plans, Phase I and Phase II environmental investigations, preliminary and detailed site investigations, brownfields redevelopment, and reclamation.

Mr. Bunch is a Program Manager for DBS&A’s on-call contract with New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) for site assessments and remediation of hazardous materials. He provides supervision on remediation projects for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at Superfund sites, NMED Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), and New Mexico Oil Conservation Division (OCD).


  • Education

    BA, Geology, University of New Mexico

  • Registration / Certification

    Professional Geologist, Wyoming

    Construction Industries Division GS-29 Soil Remediation, New Mexico

  • Specializations

    Removal actions

    Corrective action/remedial design plans

    Phase I and Phase II environmental investigations

    Petroleum storage tank investigations

    Preliminary and detailed site investigations

    Brownfields redevelopment

    Site reclamation

  • Affiliations

    National Ground Water Association

    New Mexico Geological Society

  • Additional Training

    Project Management Professional Certification (PMPC) Course, Interface Technical Training

    New Mexico Risk-Based Decision-Making Process for Petroleum Releases at Underground Storage Tank Sites, RAM Group, Inc.

    Principles of Aquifer Testing, National Ground Water Association

    Principles and Practices of Forced Air Remediation, National Ground Water Association

    Principles of Ground Water Flow, Transport and Remediation, National Ground Water Association

    Hazardous Waste Safety Training, Supervisor Training (1910.120), Occupational Health and Safety Administration