Dr. Tumeo has expansive experience and background in the Civil / Environmental engineering field. He received his Ph.D. in Civil/Environmental Engineering from the University of California Davis in 1988 and has been a practicing engineer for over 30 years. In addition to civil and environmental engineering, Mark has received a J.D. Law degree and has served as a professor at multiple universities including the University of North Florida, Cleveland State University, and University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Mark recently joined Neptune Fire Protection Engineering as a contract employee working specifically with risk engineering including consequence modeling and analysis. His experience includes dispersion modeling, fire and explosion modeling, hazardous and toxic waste remediation, environmental risk assessments, and environmental policy and regulation. He has completed multiple projects involving fire and explosion modeling specifically for oil and gas facilities and chemical processing facilities. In addition to consequence modeling, he has completed multiple projects assessing the radiant heat impingement on equipment and the applicable fireproofing requirements of such equipment in accordance with API RP 2218.
Education & Certification
Ph.D., Ph.D., Civil/Environmental Engineering, University of California Davis
J.D., JD Law, Cleveland-Marshall School of Law
M.S., M.S., Civil/Environmental Engineering, University of California Davis
B.S., B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Notre Dame
B.S., B.S., Biology, University of Notre Dame
Professional Engineer (PE), State of AK, FL, OK
Areas of Service
Fire Protection Engineering and Consulting
Expert Witness Services
Environmental, Environmental Compliance
Standard of Care, Civil Engineering
Standard of Care, Fire Protection