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Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Wastewater Expert Bonneau Dickson

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Berkley, CA -- Bonneau Dickson is a Sanitary Engineer. Sanitary engineering is a subset of civil engineering that deals with water and wastewater. He was a designer and team leader on exciting projects throughout his career and instead of retiring he took his concentrated knowledge in a new direction. Today he serves as a forensic analyst and expert witness in cases that relate to sewage, wastewater, septic systems and storm water.

Bonneau received his Bachelor’s degree from Georgia Tech, and also did a Master’s in Engineering there. He got a second engineering Master’s from Harvard  and later a Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.  Bonneau has focused on areas of Civil Engineering related to water and wastewater.   In most states, Sanitary Engineers can only be registered as Civil Engineers, and so that is what he is registered as.

In his lifetime, Bonneau led the design and construction of water lines, sewers, pump stations, and wells, and also served as a project manager and inspector. He spent a lot of his time with Harris & Associates, a civil engineering firm  in Concord, California.  He also worked abroad in various countries for a total of seven years.

“My brothers keep asking me when I am going to retire. I enjoy the technical challenges working as a consulting engineer and an expert witness, so, I never want to stop.”

Bonneau has been working independently since 1993, as both a project manager, consultant, analyst, and expert witness. He has a lot of dynamic information and stories to share. Learn from this expert Civil Engineer in his upcoming radio show.

For more information about Bonneau and his craft, visit https://bonneaudickson.com/