Bruce L. Cutright Professional Summary February 9, 2010 Business address: The University of Texas at Austin Bureau of Economic Geology University Station, Box X Austin, Texas 78713-8924 (512) 232-0775 E-mail address: email@example.com Academic Background Ph.D. program (incomplete) Hydrogeology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, B.S. Geology, University of Florida, Gainesville, 1972 M.S. Geology, University of Florida, Gainesville, 1974 Areas of Expertise A. Compressed air energy storage, management and technical leadership of complex groundwater flow and contamination-related projects, and alternative energy resources. B. Aquifer storage and recovery in water resources development, supply enhancement, and stabilization. C. Sustainable water resources development and management. D. Water needs for power generation facilities, environmental compliance and siting investigations. E. Agricultural water supplies in developing countries, low maintenance/low technology water supply systems. F. Low-impact communities and sustainable design of communities in urban settings. Professional Work Experience A. Present Position: Research Scientist Associate, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (2008 - Present). Actively involved in compressed air energy storage, CO2 Sequestration studies, well integrity assessment for CO2 injection, pathogens in shallow groundwater and saltwater intrusion studies and development of procedures to limit or control saltwater intrusion into potable aquifers. B. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, Midtown Miami Community Development District (2005 - November 2008). Planning, management, and operational oversight of a $103,000,000 bond fund for the construction and operation of public works, including roads, parking structures, landscaping, lighting, storm water management, sidewalks, green space, and environmental remediation for a 56-acre urban redevelopment project; reporting and investor relations. C. Chief Operating Officer, RexMidtown Development LLC and Director of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment, Midtown Equities LLC, New York and Miami (December 2004 - December 2008). Supervision of all operating units of a development company and subsidiaries engaged in development, management, and expansion in an environmentally conscientious manner of mixed use and high-end residential, commercial and office properties, including planning, design, and management of urban redevelopment projects, marinas, Ritz Carlton Residences, mixed-use development, and urban infill projects. Position included supervision of over $1 billion of active construction projects and another $2.5 billion in the planning, design or pre-construction phases. D. Senior Scientist, Division Manager and Shareholder, Kimley-Horn and Associates, inc., Jacksonville, Florida (1998 - December 2004). Technical leadership in hydrogeology and management of a business unit within a nationwide engineering design firm with a substantial water supply, groundwater development, and large-scale commercial and residential land development practice in projects ranging from Hawaii, across the lower 48 states and to the Caribbean. Projects included municipal water-supply assessment, disinfection byproducts mitigation and treatment, well field development, and well design and testing, waste-water recycling through managed wetlands, aquifer storage and recovery and enhanced recharge, hazardous waste investigations and soil groundwater quality remediation. E. Consulting Hydrologist, Several small to medium-sized environmental consulting firms based largely in the Florida or Midwest region (1995 - 1998). Technical focus on groundwater quality investigations, water-supply development, litigation support services to industrial firms, and environmental compliance assistance. Directed the Fox River, Town Branch, Mud River and Onion River PCB sediment remediation projects. Senior Hydrogeologist and Principal in Charge for the assessment and remediation of arsenic contamination in Marinette, Wisconsin related to the manufacture of precursors to Agent Orange. F. Senior Hydrogeologist and Managing Principal in Charge, Dames and Moore, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Jacksonville, Florida (1990 - 1995). Notable project related accomplishments included site development and assessment of the impacts of large power generation cooling water withdrawals from the Floridan Aquifer in competition with existing municipal, agricultural and mining use, transport of metals and chlorinated organic compounds through multiple aquifer systems and fate and transport of radioactive elements from phosphate mining gypsum waste stacks. Principal Scientist for the design and permitting of phosphate mines, water reuse projects, wastewater recycling through wetlands, and international projects in east Africa and the Pacific Rim. G. President and Founder, Cold Spring Resources, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1989 - 1990). Investigated cyanide contamination in a karst aquifer and protection of water quality in the White River, Indiana from adverse impacts from contaminated groundwater inflow, design of remediation systems for chlorinated and nonchlorinated organic soil and ground water contamination sites, assessment of DOD facilities for environmental compliance with US and foreign regulations and development of environmental master plans for environmental compliance at DOD facilities. H. Managing Principal in Charge and Senior Scientist, Geraghty and Miller Ground Water Consultants, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1985 - 1989). Senior scientist for the international ground water consulting firm and was later promoted to Managing Vice President and Regional Manager. Activities included technical leadership, and consulting on major superfund investigations, remediation, litigation support and expert witness services. Opened and managed offices in Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin, Indianapolis, Indiana, Detroit, Michigan and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Technical focus was on ground water resource definition, surface and ground water interactions, fate, transport and remediation of contaminated aquifers and water quality protection. I. Senior Hydrogeologist, CH2MHill, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1984 - 1985). Served as a technical leader for the civil and geotechnical engineering firm, working on water resources development and ground water contamination projects world wide. While with CH2M Hill, developed the first contaminant desorption model used in a practical sense for estimating the time-to-clean-up of ground water contamination. Served as a senior hydrogeologist on the Wasatch Front water management assessment project and for the Edwards Aquifer 2020 study. J. Senior Hydrogeologist, Woodward-Clyde Consultants, San Francisco, California (1981 - 1983). Served as a hydrogeologist for the international earth-science and geotechnical engineering firm, working on diverse projects that included dam foundation stabilization in Peru, foundations in permafrost terrains in Alaska, water supplies for large agriculture plantations in lesser developed countries and siting and water supplies for large power generation facilities. K. Research Assistant, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, Madison, Wisconsin (1978 - 1981). Focused on deep ground water flow systems in Wisconsin, provided technical support to the State of Wisconsin Public in assessing the proposed development of the Crandon copper mine and served on the NURE project as a project researcher. L. Project Engineer, Morrison Knudson International, Zaire, West Africa (1976 - 1978). Served as Project Engineer for the construction of a 1,700-km-long DC transmission line crossing the central portion of the former Belgian Congo. Responsibilities included construction engineering, route location and re-routing as needed, local government liaison, logistics and materials control, progress scheduling and subcontractor and personnel management. M. Water Resources Engineer, Central and Southern Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, Florida (1975 - 1976). N. Research Associate, Desert Research Institute, Reno, Nevada (1974 - 1975). Professional Societies American Geophysical Union American Institute of Hydrology Geological Society of America Phi Beta Kappa Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society Professional Registrations Certified Professional Hydrogeologist (#279) Professional Geologist in Florida (#1572), Kentucky (#1519), Tennessee (#TN0883) Awards and Honorary Societies Phoenix Award, Midtown Miami Project, for revitalization of blighted, contaminated lands for productive, new use, 2009 University of Florida 4-year NCAA Athletic Scholarship, 1968 - 1972 Geological Society of America Elected Fellow Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society Phi Kappa Phi Committee Responsibilities and Professional Activities Chairman, Midtown Miami Community Development District, 2005 - 2008 Member, Board of Governors, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, 2005 - 2006 Chairman, Mequon City Council Recycling Commission, 1990 - 1992 Member, Ground Water Policy Education Project, 1990 - 1992 Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Monitoring Well Construction, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1989 - 1990 Senior Hydrogeologist, 2020 Project, Edwards Aquifer Authority, 1984 - 1985 Senior Hydrogeologist, Wasatch Front Water Reuse Project, 1983 - 1984 President, University of Florida Section, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, 1972 Publications Articles Stephenson, R. A., Cutright, B. L., and Woessner, W. W., 1991, Hydrogeology: it is: GSA Today, v 1, no. 5. Cutright, B. L., 1982, Groundwater resources of Wisconsin, in Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Cutright, B. L., 1980, Water use possibilities for flooded iron mines, Iron County, Wisconsin, in Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey. Abstracts Cutright, B. L., and Saxena, J., 1999, Optimizing aquifer storage and recovery wells recovery cycles (abs.), in National Ground Water Association, Southeast Focus Conference, June 9. Cutright, B. L., 1999, Securing and protecting existing and future water supplies for power generation and cooling (abs.), in 4th Annual Latin American Power Generation Conference, June 29. Huntoon, L., and Cutright, B. L., 1987, The use of vertical sampling in determining source locations (abs.), in Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers National Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cutright, B. L., and Rothschild, E., 1987, Geological considerations in developing ground water protection strategies (abs.), in International Congress on Hazardous Materials Management, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Cutright, B. L., and Kreitman, A., 1976, Management alternatives for the Floridan aquifer within the central and southern Florida Flood Control District (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs, v. 8, no. 2. Cutright, B. L., 1974, Hydrogeology of a cypress swamp, north central Alachua County, Florida (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 6–7, no. 7. Lecturing Lectures and Addresses Redefining mega-engineering as a hydrogeologic discipline: presented at Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, Austin, Texas, November 2008. Maintaining accuracy, consistency and completeness in soil and ground water samples: presented to Wisconsin State Bar Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1992. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act compliance issues in material and waste handling: presented at A. O. Smith Managers Environmental Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 1991. Clean Water Act amendments, revisions, and compliance: presented at A. O. Smith Managers Environmental Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 1991. Environmental compliance from the 1950s to the 1990s: presented to Johnson Controls World Services Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1991. Plant engineers and environmental managers environmental management in the 1990s: presented to Tyco Laboratories Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1991. A geologic perspective on Lake Michigan water levels: presented at Wisconsin Forum for Progress, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1991. Common industrial practices and environmental problems: presented to Lake County Manufacturers Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1989. Risk avoidance in the chemical industry: presented to Chemical Manufacturers Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1989. Congressional, Legislative, and Special Committee Testimony 1995 Fllorida Department of Environmental Protection, Gainesville, Environmental impact of a cement plant on the ground water resources of the Floridan aquifer in western Alachua County, Florida. 1992 Fllorida Department of Natural Resources, Water resources impacts of a power plant in Central Florida. 1990 House Armed Services Committee staff, Expert testimony on environmental compliance at Department of Defense facilities and by base operations contractors at military bases in the Pacific, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Washington State. Florida Department of Natural Resources Public Hearing, Findings and conclusions of an investigation of the widespread contamination of Floridan wells by the soil fumigant, ethylene dibromide. 1989 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Act 410 Implementation Hearings, Ground water quality standards for the State of Wisconsin. Tedco Equities v. Empire Level Company, Compliance of a private party investigation and remediation action with the provisions of the National Contingency Plan. International Paper v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyds, Nature and occurrence of ground water and its separate treatment from surface water; transport and fate of contaminants in soil and ground water systems and the timing of events leading to the contamination of soil and ground water. Rockwell International v. Aetna et al., Timing of contamination events at 16 facilities throughout the U.S., including automotive manufacturing facilities, rocket engine test sites, and electronics manufacturing plants. Beliles et al. v. Rockwell International, Transport and fate of PCB compounds in the subsurface, their investigation and remediation. State of Kentucky v. Rockwell International, Investigation and remediation of PCB impacted soil and ground water. Al Frank v. Henco, Applicability of the National Contingency Plan to the remediation of a site alleged to be impacted by waste oil. City Council of the City of Mequon, Wisconsin, Implementation of the solid waste recycling regulations for the City. Higgins Tube and Conduit Company v. Firemens Fund Insurance Co. et al., Contamination of soil and ground water occurring as a sudden and accidental event verses a long term release. Shopko Stores v. Palisades Realty & Development Company, Compliance with environmental provisions of a contract of sale by the former owner of a development project. Wergin Construction Company v. City of Wausau, Potential diminution of property values related to underlying ground water contamination; evaluation of the source of contamination and the potential impact on future uses of property with underlying ground water contamination. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency v. Central Quality Services Corp. et al., Timeliness and extent of a private party proposed site investigation and the potential arbitrary and unjustified costs of an EPA investigation. State of Michigan v. United States Air Force, Movement and fate of chlorinated solvents in ground water, the analysis of potential remedial actions for impacted aquifers and the methods of analysis for deriving the time to achieve defined regulatory criteria for ground water quality.