Joseph S. Campisi
Mr. Campisi has over 30 years of experience in the environmental field; having managed consulting operations for global environmental consultants, as well as worked for the industry as an environmental manager. Mr. Campisi has a broad background in the environmental field and is a technical expert in contaminant hydrogeology, capable of interpreting complex subsurface conditions, evaluating and choosing remedial technologies and ultimately executing the remedy/corrective measures. In addition, Mr. Campisi has participated in large environmental review projects that involved upfront environmental impact assessments and follow-on capital project permitting. During a good part of the last decade Mr. Campisi has helped build EHS practices for national consulting firms.
Mr. Campisi acquired CEA in 2016 with the thought of building a high-quality consultancy that would assist clients to solve the regulatory and technical challenges that are typically faced in three areas: cleaning up environmental legacies, developing new energy infrastructure, and protecting workers in the industry. CEA has always had a strong reputation in New England and now we are looking to expand in each of these practice areas to become a nationally recognized force.
- B.S in Earth Science (Geology), Pennsylvania State University
- Masters in Geological Science, Binghamton University
- MBA, Loyola University Chicago.
Timothy G. Bodkin, PG, CEG
Mr. Bodkin is a Principal Geologist, serving as the Environmental Risk Management and Remediation Group Practice Leader for CEA’s San Carlos office in Northern California. He has solid technical background in engineering/environmental geology and contaminant hydrogeology, and has professional licenses in several states, including CA, OR, WA, ID, WY, and LA.
He has over 35 years of experience in the environmental and geotechnical consulting arena, and has successfully executed numerous small- to large-scale projects of wide-ranging scope and complexity for private and public sector clients within the continental U.S., Pacific Basin, and Latin America.
He directs environmental due diligence, investigation, and remediation projects from inception through closure at various commercial/industrial, residential, military, and vacant sites to maintain compliance with directives issued by Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies. He also specializes in vapor intrusion and indoor air quality studies, in conjunction with evaluating, designing, and implementing mitigation measures and remedial actions to address potential human health risks for building occupancy.
- B.S., Geology, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California
- A.S., Geoscience Technology, Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara, California
Practice Director for Environmental, Health & Safety
John Karajanis is CEA’s Practice Director for our Environmental, Health & Safety Practice. John has built EHS teams in both private industry and for global environmental consulting firms.
Mr. Karajanis is an EHS leader with a proven track record building positive culture, reliability, and sustainability with true expertise in both the oil & gas and technology industries.
Specifically, Mr. Karajanis has over 30 years of experience in providing safety management services for construction, data center, the oil and gas industry ,along with large capital projects for technology firms. Recently, John served as Program Manager for a top tier technology firm in silicon valley, completing one of the largest construction projects in North America with over 30 million man hours without a major injury. As an experienced safety director john is driven to cut company costs and boost company revenue through innovative management techniques.
John has an BS from the University of Wyoming in Criminal Justice and has extensive H&S certifications and routinely instructs a variety of OSHA and MSHA training programs.