Senior Project Manager & Member
Direct Phone Line: (425) 295-0808
- MS Geology
- BS Geology
- 20 years experience
- Geology/Hydrogeology Group Manager
Mr. Kaspar has over 20 years of professional experience in the environmental consulting industry, specializing in remedial investigations, feasibility studies, cleanup actions, conceptual remediation system design, insurance claim evaluations, and litigation and mediation technical support. He has successfully negotiated No Further Action determinations, prevailed in litigation and mediation actions, and provided input during insurance claim evaluations that resulted in reduced project defense and/or indemnity costs and shortened project completion times. Specific experience includes natural attenuation and enhanced natural attenuation evaluation and implementation, vapor intrusion investigation, factual and expert witness, UST assessment, and Phase I ESAs. Mr. Kaspar has participated in the development of various guidance documents and regulations for the States of Washington and Oregon, including monitored natural attenuation and vapor intrusion. He has served as an instructor with Ecology on the topic of implementing a monitored natural attenuation cleanup action, and has participated in Ecology personnel training. Mr. Kaspar also assisted in the development of the natural attenuation portion of the Northwest Environmental Training Center’s Contaminant Fate and Transport course and served as a course instructor. He has worked with a variety of clients, including attorneys, insurance carriers, major oil companies, branches of the U.S. Department of Defense, banks, state and local branches of government, and private sector clients. Mr. Kaspar is a Washington State-Licensed Geologist and Hydrogeologist and manages Farallon’s Geology/Hydrogeology Group.
Mr. Kaspar is a Cub Scout leader and member of the Boys Scouts of America, performing various community service projects, including restoration of local parks. Prior to joining Farallon, Mr. Kaspar was an electron microscopist and continues to enjoy using microscopes as part of his mineral collecting and microphotography hobby. He has never fully grown up and enjoys periodic trips to Disneyland with his wife and two children, as well as collecting a wide variety of pop culture and cartoon paraphernalia. His office is a must-see destination when visiting Farallon.