Adam Olivieri has over 30 years of experience in the technical and regulatory aspects of water recycling, groundwater contamination by hazardous materials, water quality and public health risk assessments, water quality planning, wastewater facility planning, urban runoff management, and on-site waste treatment systems. He acts as project manager, principal engineer, and technical advisor on a wide variety of environmental projects. He is a Registered Civil Engineer and a Registered Environmental Assessor with the State of California. He gained this experience working as a staff engineer with the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (San Francisco Bay Region), as a post doc and staff specialist with the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley, and as a consulting engineer.
He is currently the Vice president of EOA, Inc., where he manages a variety of projects, including serving as Santa Clara County Urban Runoff Program’s Manager. Adam formed EOA, Inc. in 1985 with his business partner Don Eisenberg and has successfully managed the company for the past 25 years. Adam’s educational background is in civil/sanitary engineering and public health. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering and his M.S. in Civil/Environmental engineering from the University of Connecticut. In addition, he received his M.P.H. and Doctor of Public Health (Dr.PH) in Environmental Health Sciences from the University of California at Berkeley as well as a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the School of Public Health.