Joseph Roman is a senior project manager with experience assessing human health exposure, evaluating toxicity data, characterizing human health risk, and developing risk-based clean-up goals for cost effective remedies that are protective of human health.
Mr. Roman also has experience with managing projects, including the coordination of regulatory submittals to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP), auditing of third-party consultant work, and field sampling efforts and remedial activities. Specific human health risk analysis experience includes the development of sampling plans to meet risk characterization requirements; evaluation of analytical data for soil, groundwater, surface water, sediment, tap water, and air for the development of human exposure profiles; multi-pathway exposure modeling associated with metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), chlorinated volatiles, dioxin and furans, and pesticides; estimation of cancer and non-cancer risk; and development of risk-based clean-up goals.
Mr. Roman also has experience with the development and maintenance of database management systems, particularly relating to their integration with Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Mr. Roman also has experience in developing 3-dimensional visualization models to support Conceptual Site Model development and presentation for clients, public audiences, and litigation support.