ATLANTA, April 27, 2005 — Harold Frediani, P.E., P.H., joins Golder’s Atlanta, GA office as Senior Water Resources Engineer where he will help expand its business relationships with industrial clients, including power providers. He has over 33 years of experience with industrial projects, primarily in hydrology, hydrothermal and water quality analysis, and related civil operations.
He will provide Golder clients with computer-assisted analysis of engineering and permitting problems and optimization of their solutions. He will also help clients with: preparing environmental reports and environmental impact statements; NPDES (wastewater) permit applications; Section 10/404 (dredge and fill) permit applications; Section 316a) and b) demonstrations; conceptual mass balances for solid and liquid discharge systems; thermal and chemical plume extent predictions; plant system analysis; site feasibility and alternative studies; surface water hydrology and water quality analysis.
Frediani co-authored Power Plant Permitting, which was first published in 1996 and promoted as “a practical guide from two industry experts on how to successfully navigate the maze of the power plant permitting process from conception to licensing.”
He has worked on more than 100 power plant projects for more than 60 power providers and has provided expert testimony in 10 power plant proceedings with areas of expertise including power plant systems operation, civil engineering, sanitary engineering, and surface water hydrology. He is a registered Professional Engineer in 19 states, and a Certified Professional Hydrologist with the American Institute of Hydrology.
Frediani’s previous employers include Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation, Raytheon Engineers and Constructors, and Ebasco Services, Inc.
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Golder Associates Inc. is the U.S. operating company of Golder Associates, a global group of consulting companies specializing in ground engineering and environmental services. Golder Associates is employee-owned and has experienced steady growth since its formation in 1960. More than 4,000 people operate in local companies in offices across Africa, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. Golder has been recognized by independent media organizations as a quality place to work by winning “Best Employer to Work For” awards in Australia, Canada, South Africa and the U.S, and consistently ranks high in Engineering News Record and other trade publications