Mr. Bozick joined the firm in December of 1974. He is the Director of Engineering for the East Region. His responsibilities have included the preparation of plans, specifications and the contract administration for various wastewater collection and treatment facilities which use conventional as well as advanced treatment technologies. His educational background and expertise include the areas of ocean engineering, biosolids treatment/disposal, as well as spray irrigation land treatment. Mr. Bozick has written numerous reports and studies including EPA Wastewater Facilities Plans, Environmental Assessments, Cost-Effectiveness Studies, Effluent and Sludge Disposal Analysis, Infiltration/Inflow Analysis, Operation and Maintenance Manuals, User Charge Systems, Feasibility Studies and Sewer Use Regulations. Mr. Bozick has worked with a variety of federal and state funding agencies on projects including the EPA Construction Grants Program, the EPA Revolving Loan Program, Farmers Home Administration, Rural Economic and Community Development and HUD Community Development Block Grants.
Mr. Bozick has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Duke University and a Master of Science degree in Sanitary Engineering from the University of Maine. He holds professional registrations in Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.