NYC Envirronmental Due Diligence ExpertJames P. Cinelli is experienced in environmental site assessments; remediation system design; site remediation management; spill prevention and response plans; stormwater and wastewater systems design, permitting and construction; erosion control plans; stream encroachment and earth disturbance permitting; and waste management.

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  • M. Eng, Environmental Engineering, Pennsylvania State University (2000)
  • MBA, Business Administration, St. Joseph’s University (1995)
  • B.S., Civil Engineering, Lehigh University (1990)
  • Professional Engineer registered in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, and New York
  • Board Certified Environmental Engineer, American Academy of Environmental Engineers
  • New Jersey UST Closure and Subsurface Investigation certifications
  • Accredited Asbestos Building Inspector and Management Planner
  • New York City Office of Environmental Remediation Gold Certified Brownfield Professional
  • Peer reviewer for manuscripts on soil remediation, International Journal of Soil, Sediment and Water
  • Contributing author, “2008/2009 Guidebook on Complying with Pennsylvania Environmental Laws and Regulations”, Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry
  • “Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans and Best Management Practices”, Audio Conference provided through Progressive Business Conferences in 2006, 2007, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Training and Associations

  • 40-Hour Hazwoper Training
  • 8-Hour Hazwoper Supervisor Training
  • Environmental Forensics, NGWA, 2006
  • SPCC Workshop, WEF, 2006
  • Natural Attenuation Potential of MTBE and Alternative Oxygenates, Battelle, 2002
  • MTBE Treatment and Technology: Design and Implementation, NGWA, 2001
  • Advanced Hazardous Waste Management, ERC, 2000
  • Member of American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Member of National Society of Professional Engineers
  • Member of Environmental & Water Resources Institute