Arthur Bradfield served as a Hydrologist with the United States Geological Survey, Water
Resources Division, for over 12 years. Arthur Bradfield is a Certified Ground Water
Professional by the National Ground Water Association. Mr. Bradfield is trained as a Level
I Thermographer based on nationally recognized standards of the American Society for
Nondestructive Testing (ASNT). He is also an IGSHPA Certified Installer of Geothermal
Loop Systems with 25 years of air rotary drilling supervisory experience. He obtained a
Bachelor of Science in Forest Resources with a concentration in Hydrology from the
University of Georgia.
Arthur Bradfield has conducted ground water investigations that have located and
developed wells capable of producing one to three million gallons of water per day for the
cities of Erwin, Elizabethton, Decatur, Athens, and Loudon, Tennessee. He has completed
numerous Phase I and Phase II Assessments for commercial real estate transactions. Mr.
Bradfield has collected Appendix I data for solid waste facilities since 1994 and has field
experience installing monitoring wells and operating dedicated bladder pumps to collect
water quality data for solid waste facilities.
Additional expertise includes proficiency in infrared (thermal) surveys using state of the art
infrared cameras to locate thermal anomalies in electrical systems, building envelopes,
moisture in low slope roofs, and grout placement in CMU block walls. He has conducted
numerous investigations for mold contamination and sampling efforts to determine indoor
air quality including sampling for volatile organic compounds (VOC’s).