Mrs. Zibanejadrad is the Chief Executive Officer and Secretary/Treasurer for Oasis Construction Services, Inc. In this capacity, she is directly responsible for overall administration, employee affairs, proposal preparation, environmental compliance, and accounting on a daily basis. She is responsible for the general and active management of the corporation, including general supervision of the policies of the corporation, and management of financial affairs of the corporation. Mrs. Zibanejadrad has over twenty years experience in administration and employee management.
Mr. Zibanejadrad is President of Oasis Construction Services, Inc. In this capacity, he is directly responsible for overall administrative and technical functions of the company including planning, scheduling, bids and proposals, coordinating, consultation, client relations, and all other aspects of business on a daily basis. He has over twenty years of experience in management and client relations, dedicating the last ten years to construction quality assurance and material testing for solid waste containment, including the construction of new cells and closure of landfills in excess of 100 million square feet of composite liner systems.
Mr. Dini has more than 24 years of experience in the design and construction of private and public sector projects. He has experience in geotechnical engineering, environmental assessments, and construction quality control testing and inspection. He has managed the design and construction of earthen dams, wastewater and water treatment facilities, high-rise buildings, airports, industrial facilities, infrastructure projects, solid waste, and other private and public sector projects.
Mr. Monteleone comes to Oasis with over 25 years of specialized experience in remediation, geotechnical and construction engineering design for Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC), CERCLA, RCRA, and solid and hazardous waste landfill projects. His extensive experience also includes the management and direction of large, multidisciplinary design and the construction of solid and hazardous waste projects in public and private sectors. Not only has he managed projects ranging in value from $20,000 to $8 million, he has also worked with multiple state and federal entities.
Mr. Wallace has over 23 years of experience in the arenas of solid waste construction management, construction quality assurance for solid waste projects, environmental compliance, remediation, asbestos abatement, and geotechnical monitoring and investigations. His experience includes private sector clients as well as public sector projects, especially at the federal level.
J. Robin (Robbie) Blanton is a graduate in civil engineering with more than 23 years of experience primarily in solid waste management, with prior experience in civil/site design, water and wastewater storage, and hydrology/hydraulics, for both public and private clients. His management and design responsibilities have included landfill design, landfill closure, grading design, hydrologic analyses and reports, storm drainage layout and sizing, sanitary sewer layout, force main and pumping design, reservoir and water storage tank design, and effluent pond design. In addition to design and quality control oversight, Mr. Blanton’s responsibilities for projects include technical specifications, contractor prequalification documents, bidding, contract administration, Georgia Environmental Protection Division permitting, land disturbance and building permitting, public hearing technical support, bond issuance support, construction management, landfill construction certification, landfill operations support, and consulting. Mr. Blanton has managed landfill construction projects in excess of $90 million. He has also provided training for landfill operations personnel as a part of State Continuing Education. In addition, Mr. Blanton has provided expert witness testimony and presented case studies at the Georgia Chapter of Solid Waste Association of North America technical sessions.
Dr. Paul Augood has over ten years of experience in the fields of landfill gas management, landfill gas to energy (LFGTE), waste to energy, and thermal systems. He has worked on several projects involving design, construction, construction quality assurance, monitoring, and operation and maintenance of landfill gas collection and control system (GCCS) and LFGTE projects. He is a recognized expert in conducting methane migration investigations and in evaluating the efficiency and performance of GCCS and LFGTE facilities. Dr. Augood conducted research at the Department of Applied Energy at Cranfield University in Bedford UK for five years in the general fields of waste-to-energy and thermal systems. He has two patents for methodologies he developed for combustion, gasification, and pyrolysis of waste material using specialized fluidized beds that do not require air for fluidization. Recently, he moderated a session on landfill gas management in the Annual Georgia SWANA Conference and is also serving as an invited expert reviewer for SWANA’s GCCS Construction Technical Specifications. Dr. Augood was the recipient of the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE), UK, John Hopkinson Premium Award in 2000.