F. MERCURI, P.G.
Mercuri & Associates, Inc. Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Summarizing and evaluating ground water quality data.
Geologic and hydrogeologic cross-sections. Design of drawings prepared on AutoCAD and ArcGIS. Preparation of permit applications
to local and state governments for townships. Mapping of water systems using GPS technology and importing information onto
aerials. Meetings and correspondence with firm's clients. Field work including pump tests, well monitoring and sampling at
LaSalle University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Designed a new course, Introduction
to ArcGIS. Only faculty member on campus that taught this course. Course begins with the basics of ArcGIS and expands to the
level of the students being able to garner jobs in the GIS field based solely off this class. Due to the success of this class
LaSalle University is in the process of building a new GIS lab. Taught Geochemistry through the Geology Department
Taylor, Weisman & Taylor, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
CIVIL ENGINEERING INTERN
in all phases of land development and hydraulic calculations, including revisions to engineering plans and documents.
Prepared permit applications for state and local governmental agencies, including Environmental Protection Agency, for the
construction of a multi-million dollar high density residential development on ± 15 acres. Other responsibilities
included meetings and correspondence with clients.
06/97-08/97, 06/98- Mercuri
& Associates, Inc., Southampton, Pennsylvania
GEOLOGIC FIELD ASSISTANT
Assisted with: stream flow measurements and calculations,
pump tests and well monitoring.
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA;
Graduate Level Courses: Advanced Hydrogeology, Low-Temperature Geochemistry, Ground Water Modeling,
Planetary Geology, Contaminant Transport in Urban Streams, Remote Sensing and GIS, Geophysics
La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
B.S. in Geology, Magna Cum Laude
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Courses in Chemical, Civil and Environmental Engineering as well as
Geologist Pennsylvania PG005242; Professional Geologist New York #000105; OSHA 40 hour HAZMAT training.
Accounting Software: Quickbooks.
ArcGIS, Microstation , AutoCAD, Modflow, Groundwater Vistas, Craflush, Frac3DVS, HydroGeoSphere, COMSOL, EarthImager, Res3D,
Matlab, ArcGIS, Surfer, RADAN, Vectorworks, CorelDraw; Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point.
GPS Trimble Equipment, Ground Penetrating Radar, Magnetometer, Gradiometer, EM-31,
Data Loggers, Resistivity, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
EXPERTISE: Ground water
resource development and management
Fractured bedrock hydrogeology
Selection of drilling sites for high yield wells
Preparation of drilling records and geologic logs
Design and implementation of long-term pump tests
Preparation of hydrogeologic
reports for protected area projects
Surface water identification protocols (SWIP)
SWIP monitoring and analysis of data
Soil and ground water contamination
implementation of remedial plans
Heavy metals contamination of soils, occurrence and significance
DNAPL contamination of fractured bedrock aquifers
LNAPL contamination of soil and ground
quality assurance/quality control plans
Project management and proposal preparation
Clients/regulatory agencies relations
Among the hydrogeologic projects completed are: ground water resource development and management in various settings and for
various uses; design and implementation of pump tests and analysis of well fields; selection of drilling sites for large yield
wells; horizontal and vertical distribution of contaminants in ground water; design and implementation of remedial plans;
investigation and evaluation of sites contaminated with dense non-aqueous phase liquid compounds (DNAPL); evaluation of ground
water flow systems, evaluation of leachate migration in fractured bedrock settings, site evaluation for land disposal of domestic
Professional services have included projects in Southeastern Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:
Conducted and managed numerous hydrogeologic projects and investigations in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Ground Water Protected
Implemented numerous photogeologic and field investigations for the
selection of drilling sites for large yield wells in the Triassic Formations of Southeastern Pennsylvania for municipal and
Designed and implemented and/or supervised all types of pumping
tests on production wells.
Developed large yield wells for many municipalities
and other local governments in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.
work performed by other consultants within boundaries of municipal clients.
Developed ground water supply for large commercial property in the diabase terrain of East Rockhill Township, Bucks County.
Designed and implemented long-term operational tests of large yield wells in order to comply
with regulatory requirements for expanded ground water withdrawals.
and implemented the necessary hydrogeologic investigations that resulted in the resolution of water supply problems of municipalities
in central and northern Bucks County.
Evaluated ground water contaminated
with chlorinated hydrocarbons at a municipal well and estimated vertical distribution of contaminants.
Implemented, on behalf of a county government, a Level II environmental assessment of industrial
site, which included remediation of soils exhibiting high levels of metals.
Implemented a Level II environmental assessment of property, located in lower Bucks County, scheduled for residential development.
Concerns included the possible soil contamination by metals, among others.
Designed and implemented, for a municipal client, a detailed investigation of a former foundry site which revealed the presence
of very high levels of metals in the soil and ground water.
Designed and implemented
site characterization studies, including completion of soil borings and construction of monitoring wells at sites contaminated
with petroleum products, for local school districts.
Defined the extent of
subsurface contamination by petroleum hydrocarbons at several gasoline stations and implemented the necessary remedial measures.
Successfully closed sites heavily contaminated with gasoline by taking them to the natural
Worked in conjunction with LSRP's in NJ on dozens
of contaminated sites completed ArcGIS requirements and helping projects approach completion.
Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists
American Institute of Professional Geologists
SAT Score: 790/800
GRE Score 800/800
IN MATHEMATICS: Write
computer codes for analysis of geophysical data with MATLAB.