John J. Dodge, PG, CHG
Costa Mesa, California
John J. Dodge, PG, CHG, Principal Hydrogeologist, is a professional geologist specializing in environmental and water resources consulting projects. Mr. Dodge has been working as a consultant since 1989 and has diverse experience in groundwater resource assessments, environmental liability management and consulting, assessment and remediation of complexly impacted industrial properties, contaminant hydrogeology, project management, and client services. Mr. Dodge’s work includes contaminant hydrogeological characterization and related services to support site remediation, water supply investigations, groundwater recharge evaluations, threat-of-impact assessment, source control, property redevelopment, regulatory compliance, long-term and short-term financial decision-making, courtroom testimony, and related stakeholder issues. Mr. Dodge has completed numerous hydrogeologic investigation, remediation, and water resource projects as a consultant to Fortune 500 clients, Department of Energy, Department of Defense, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, water districts, and national law firms.
Mr. Dodge has completed hundreds of technical documents and hydrogeologic reports related to water resources, basin evaluation, vadose zone processes, groundwater recharge, soil and groundwater assessments, groundwater flow and solute transport, forensic contaminant source identification, trace metal evaluation, basin-scale and sub-basin-scale groundwater occurrence, remedial planning, risk evaluation, environmental restoration, engineering costing, numerical modeling, contaminant fate and transport, vapor intrusion, and related topics. He has completed some of the largest projects in the U.S. with nationally recognized experts in the fields of hydrogeology, hydrology, geology, toxicology and related disciplines.