Elie Haddad specializes in complex environmental strategies and portfolio management, including regulatory liaison. A hydrogeologist by training, his work has included the development and implementation of remedial investigation and feasibility studies programs; environmental remediation; vapor intrusion; and optimization of operations and maintenance programs.
Always striving to eliminate process wastes, Elie has managed to save his clients millions of dollars while at the same time accelerating the achievement of desired goals. His extensive work on Superfund sites has helped to establish standards for other Environmental Protection Agency sites, and his direction has been essential to allocating remedial costs among potentially responsible parties at several sites, enabling the redevelopment of several contaminated sites into commercial properties.
Elie is a faculty member of the Northwestern Environmental Training Center and serves on the Sustainable Remediation Forum where he co-authored a first-of-its-kind paper on sustainable remediation, published in Remediation Journal. A recipient of the California Groundwater Resources Association President Award, Elie has served on the organization’s events committee for many years. He received his Master of Science in civil engineering and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.