Bullock, Bennett & Associates (BBA) is excited to announce the addition of four new environmental and engineering professionals to our Central Texas office. Robert Alford, Clayton McKay, P.E., Chaz Frankenberry, and Jake Aitken bring a broad range of environmental assessment, engineering, and regulatory compliance project experience that will greatly benefit our existing and future clients.
Please help us welcome them to our team.
Robert Alford , Senior Consultant. Mr. Alford is a graduate of Texas A&M University and has 25 years of professional experience in environmental consulting and project management with particular emphasis on hydrogeologic, water supply, and spring water resource assessments in Texas and California. Representative industries for which he has served as Project Manager include large-scale municipal landfills, lignite and uranium mines, and oil and gas facilities. In addition, Mr. Alford has performed numerous large-scale aquifer and water availability assessments to meet local groundwater district requirements.
Clayton McKay, PE, Project Engineer. Mr. McKay holds a Masters in Geological Engineering and has over 14 years of environmental engineering experience in construction QA/QC, engineering design, and project management. Specifically, Mr. McKay’s project management experience includes remedial investigation, risk assessment, civil/geotechnical engineering, construction management, and other industrial services for lignite-fired power plants, industrial and hazardous waste landfills, and former chemical plants throughout the United States. Mr. McKay also has extensive experience in all aspects of landfill design, levee construction, and storm water drainage design.
Chaz Frankenberry, Staff Scientist. Mr. Frankenberry has nearly 10 years of experience working in the environmental engineering field with particular emphasis on emergency response. Field experience includes Emergency Response Cleanup from fire devastation, Troxler nuclear density gauge testing, onshore and offshore soil and sediment sampling, flood damage assessment, and wildlife surveys. Mr. Frankenberry has provided these services throughout the United States including Texas, California, Louisiana, Nevada, and New Mexico.
Jacob Aitken, Staff Scientist. Mr. Aitken is a recent graduate of Texas A&M University where he majored in Ecological Restoration with an emphasis on site evaluations and erosion control. Over the past four years, he has provided field support, regulatory analyses, and project oversight for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) as well as for several industrial clients such as oil and gas production facilities, municipal landfills, and the USS Lead Superfund Site which was named in the National Priorities List in 2009.