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Craig Ware, R.G., L.G.

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Principal Hydrogeologist
Portland, Oregon

BA Geology
30 years’ experience

Contact Information

cware@farallonconsulting.com
(503) 280-4629
LinkedIn

Bio

Craig has 30 years of experience in providing consulting services to clients on the West Coast and nationally for acquisition, cleanup, reclamation, and redevelopment projects. His expertise includes environmental due diligence studies, remedial investigations, redevelopment planning, ecological risk assessment and habitat improvement, and Hazardous Materials Assessments for bridge, roadway, and utility corridor improvements.

Fun Facts

Craig has pursued various outdoor interests with a passion (at least for a short time), leading to slightly above-average performance in many arenas, including golf, running, trap shooting, and snow- and water-skiing. His longstanding interests in hiking, fly fishing, and running persist, with a current goal of finding trout havens in the most obscure high lakes and streams throughout Oregon. Craig and his wife, Kim, bask in the newfound glory of having two young-adult sons, quality time as a family, and the novel concept of discretionary time.

Licenses

  • Licensed Geologist, Oregon
  • Licensed Geologist, Washington

About Craig

Clients and Industries

  • Agriculture
  • Construction & Development
  • Industrial
  • Law Firms
  • Public Sector – Local & State
  • Real Estate
Projects

Key Projects

Farallon Devises Shorter Route to NFA

Farallon Devises Shorter Route to No Further Action Determinations

When another consultant recommended costly subsurface investigations to support a request for...

Stormwater Treatment Facility and Infiltration System

Stormwater Treatment Facility and Infiltration System

Bob’s Metals is a second-generation family business providing scrap-metal recycling for industrial,...

exterior image a redevelopment project

Supporting Nonprofit in Redevelopment

A mostly vacant strip mall in one of northeast Portland’s most-diverse neighborhoods had been...

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