at Berkeley with minors in electrochemistry and materials science. He has significant background in investigating, testing, assessing, and evaluating mechanisms of deterioration of various material and structural systems, including pipes, walls, foundations, bridges, water tanks, and other structures. He has participated in federal and state research investigating the physical, chemical, and electrochemical deterioration and repair of infrastructure systems. He has more than 10 years of experience in the construction and engineering industry, where he worked on many infrastructure projects, including testing and evaluating materials and structures for deterioration.



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