DANIEL F. LAMESA, P.E.
Dan LaMesa is a Principal of Down To Earth Consulting, LLC and has over 12-years of experience in the consulting and research sectors with a special focus on geotechnical, geostructural, and hydrogeologic engineering. He has collaborated with numerous multidisciplinary design teams to implement successful problem solving strategies by applying sound engineering principles using both traditional and innovative methods. During construction, he has provided construction submittal review and oversight to confirm adherence to design specifications and drawings.
Dan received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Connecticut, Storrs, in 2006 and Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Geotechnical Concentration) from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 2008. Dan is a registered professional engineer in the States of Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
TIMOTHY F. CARR, LEP
Tim is a Licensed Environmental Professional and Principal of Down To Earth, LLC. Project experience has included 30-years evaluating environmental risks associated with historic land uses, implementing subsurface exploration and analytical programs, designing and overseeing environmental remediation, environmental regulatory compliance, and environmental permitting. These skills have been successfully combined with the reuse and redevelopment of contaminated industrial properties and related construction projects including interim closures of land disposal units and Brownfields Redevelopment in Connecticut and New York.
Tim began his environmental career at the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. The combination of environmental agency and consulting experience, combined with input from geotechnical and civil engineers has been useful in designing and implementing effective solutions to geoenvironmental problems.
RAYMOND P. JANEIRO, P.E.
Ray Janeiro is a Principal of Down To Earth Consulting, LLC. He has over 11-years of project management and design experience in many aspects of geotechnical, rock mechanics, construction, and environmental engineering throughout New England. Ray received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of New Haven and Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Geotechnical Concentration) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research at MIT focused on fracture mechanics in rock materials.
Ray is a registered professional engineer in the States of Connecticut, New York, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. He recently served as an adjunct professor, teaching the Undergraduate Soil Mechanics course at the University of New Haven, and as technical reviewer for the Journal of Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering.