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consultant , Civil engineer

Juan Luis Santiago, Spanish civil engineer, consultant. Achievements include research in area of environmental geotechnics, environmental engineering and waste management; developed new approaches for design and management of hazardous and radioactive waste disposal facilities and for the remediation of contaminated sites. Recipient Guerra y Rubio award Polytech. University Madrid, 1976; National Institute Industry grantee, 1979.

Background

Santiago, Juan Luis was born on October 3, 1954 in Madrid. Son of Luis and Mercedes (Albarran) Santiago.

Education

B. Civil Engineering, Polytechnic University Madrid, 1976. Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University Michigan, 1980. Master of Business Administration, Instituto de Empresa, Madrid, 1989.

Career

Staff engineer INITEC (National Company of Engineering and Technology), Madrid, 1977-1981. Project engineer D'Appolonia Consultant Engineers S.A., Brussels, Belgium, 1981-1983. Technical director D'Appolonia España, S.A., Madrid, 1983-1987.

Senior project manager Spanish Radioactive Waste Management Agency (ENRESA), since 1987. Consultant geoenviron. engineer. Consultant/expert International Atomic Energy Agency (United Nations), Vienna, Austria.

Lecturer waste management courses, Spain.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in area of environmental geotechnics, environmental engineering and waste management. Developed new approaches for design and management of hazardous and radioactive waste disposal facilities and for the remediation of contaminated sites.

Membership

Sergeant Spanish Army Engineers, 1976-1977. Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Institution of Civil Engineers Spain, Alumni Association Instituto de Empresa, Club de Campo Golf Club.

Connections

Married Maria J. Cristobal, June 2, 1979. Children: Jorge, Beatriz.

father:
Luis Santiago

mother:
Mercedes (Albarran) Santiago

spouse:
Maria J. Cristobal

child:
Jorge Santiago

child:
Beatriz Santiago