St Louis Office Manager / Geological Engineer / Program/Project Manager
Mr. Bockelmann has 24+ years of experience including 9 years conducting oil and gas exploration and production activities, 4 years with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, and 11+ years as an environmental consultant with two major architectural-engineering firms. Mr. Bockelmann joined ALL in April of 2001. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology from the University of Missouri and a Master of Science in Engineering Science/Geological Engineering from the University of Mississippi. He has managed multiple project programs for the Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and for the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (USACE). Mr. Bockelmann has considerable experience in the areas of groundwater studies/remediations and regulatory compliance and was formerly the Chief of the Hazardous Waste Hydrogeology Branch for the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.
Mr. Bockelmann's experience covers oil and gas exploration and production, environmental compliance, and the management of both large and small environmental programs and projects. He has managed two Hazardous, Toxicological, and Radioactive Waste contracts for the USACE, Tulsa District, worth $18M and $24M, a $68M Alternative Remedial Contracting Strategy Program for the USEPA in Regions VI, VII, and VIII, and numerous projects for private and industrial clients. He has managed upward of $7M worth of environmental projects in a year and has worked on projects in over a dozen states covering such activities as Remedial Investigations/Feasibility Studies, Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments, Preliminary Assessments/Site Investigations, Environmental Baseline Surveys, Treatability Studies, Groundwater Models and Studies, Remedial Design, and Remedial Action. Site contaminants that Mr. Bockelmann has experience in evaluating include solvents and other volatile organic compounds, semivolatile organic compounds, heavy metals, PCBs, dioxins, explosive compounds that include TNT, RDX, HMX, PETN, and ammonium perchlorate, and oilfield wastes.
Mr. Bockelmann manages the St. Louis Area office of ALL. He is a Registered Professional Geologist and is active in professional societies such as the Society of American Military Engineers where he was a Board Member for the Tulsa Post.