SELECTED ONGOING & PREVIOUS PROJECTS:
Pebble Beach Company – 2017-2019: Hydrogeologic consulting, permit procurement, logging, design, construction observation and, quantity/quality analysis of multiple irrigation wells for offsetting municipal water supply usage, Pebble Beach, Monterey County, California.
Chapin Subdivision – 2018-2019: Hydrologic consulting to include quantification of water demand, groundwater quantity and quality analysis, hydrologic water balance, nitrate balance, long term water supply (Q50 analysis) and, response to state groundwater management act policies, Langley Area Subbasin of 180/400-ft Salinas Valley Groundwater Basin, Monterey County, California.
Orosco Non-Transient, Non-Community Water System – 2017-2019: Hydrogeologic consulting, permit procurement, logging, design, construction observation and, quantity/quality analysis of a domestic well, City of Seaside, Monterey County, California.
Little Bear Water Company – 2018-2019: Groundwater well quantity/quality analysis in respects to a 720-connection Community Water System (CWS) in Salinas Valley Aquifer, Monterey County, California.
Casanova Community Water System- 2017-2019: Permit procurement for two fractured hardrock wells for a Community Water System, including; well siting, drilling, design, construction compliance and, water system permit procurement, City of Monterey, California.
Carmel Reserves LLC (formerly September Ranch Partners) – 2014-2019: Permit procurement and hydrogeologic consulting including, logging, design, construction observation and, quantity/quality analysis of a domestic well serving 95-connections , September Ranch Aquifer, Carmel Valley, Monterey County, California.
Maher Rain Water Harvesting Assessment – 2017-2018: Assessment of a Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) system for regulatory permitting and compliance, including spring flow monitoring and, spring water quality for domestic use, Big Sur (Long-Ridge), Monterey County, California.
Paraiso Springs – 2014-2018: Preliminary and final hydrogeologic evaluation of Recirculatad Draft Environmental Impact Report (RDEIR), Paraiso Springs, Arroyo Seco Cone, Salinas Valley Aquifer, Monterey County, California.
Cal-Am & Mal-Paso Water Company – 2017: Permit procurement for an alluvial water well, including well siting, drilling, design and, construction compliance, Carmel Valley, Monterey County, California.
Noland, Hamerly, Etienne & Hoss – 2016-2017: Expert witness regarding feasibility of drilling a well on a small parcel, including quantity & quality analysis and regulatory compliance, Salinas Valley Alluvial Aquifer, Monterey County, California.
Lom Minor Subdivision – 2016-2017: Hydrologic consulting to include quantification of water demand, groundwater quantity and quality analysis, hydrologic water balance, nitrate balance, long term water supply (Q50 analysis) and, response to state groundwater management act policies, Salinas Valley Aquifer, Monterey County, California.
Adrian 2009-2011; Buchholz 2013-2015; Rui 2015-2016: Belzberg, 2018: Groundwater quality and treatment system design and installation, Monterey County, California.
Riches Rain Water Harvesting – 2015-2016: Design and installation oversight/compliance of a 20,000 gallon rain water harvesting system with 18,000 sq.ft of capture area, Carmel Valley, Monterey County, California.
Tehama and Montera Ranch- 2007-2014: Permit procurement for multiple fractured hardrock water wells including well siting, drilling, design and, construction compliance, Carmel Valley Alluvial Aquifer, Monterey County, California.
Aaron Bierman – Principal Hydrogeologist / Owner Bierman Hydrogeologic
3153 Redwood Drive, Aptos, Ca. 95003 firstname.lastname@example.org / (831) 334-2237
B.A., Earth Sciences (Geology) University of California Santa Cruz, 1994
American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) – Accredited Professional, 2010
Professional Geologist #7490 (May, 2003) Certified Hydrogeologist #819 (June, 2005)
American Water Works Association (AWWA) – 2007
International Association of Hydrogeologist (IAH) – 2008
American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) – 2010 American Institute of Professional Geologist (AIPG) – 2017
Mr. Bierman is a licensed Professional Geologist (PG) and licensed Certified Hydrogeologist (CHg) with significant experience in the hydrogeologic consulting industry based on using hydrogeologic principles, practices and methods while maintaining excellent managerial, quantitative and qualitative skills. Mr. Bierman has 24-years of providing hydrogeologic consulting services with expertise in environmental and water resource (quantity/quality) management, catchment-and-basin size hydrogeologic and long-term sustainable water supply analysis, fractured hardrock structural controlled groundwater flow, anisotropy/delayed yield and, has served as a expert witness in hydrogeologic discrepancies (mediation/arbitration of industry standard well material(s) and/or, in relation to groundwater resources, well feasibility quantity/quality analysis).
Between 1995 and 2007, Mr. Bierman worked an environmental geologist (Ogden Environmental: June 1995 to December 1995 and, Weber, Hayes & Associates: January 1996 to April, 2007). During this time, work generally included; plume delineation investigations, installation/monitoring of single and multi-level monitoring well-field networks through single and multiple stratified aquifers for contaminant plume fate/transport and biodegradation analysis; large-scale dewatering projects of contaminated soil/groundwater and, drilling/constructing both horizontal and vertical remediation wells.
In April, 2007, Mr. Bierman founded Bierman Hydro-Geo-Logic and over the last 12-years has been dedicated primarily to hydrogeologic consulting and water resource management. Specifically; groundwater supply feasibility assessments; water well basis-of-design specifications; geologic and geophysical logging for well design and construction compliance; aquifer quantity/quality analysis and water system permitting.