EDUARDO M. SALANATIN, P.E.
Chief Of Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering: 1997, Guam, USA 1998; Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
1981, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Western Institute of Technology
EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS
Eduardo M. Salanatin rejoined Dueñas Camacho & Associates, Inc. as Chief Engineer in March 1997. Mr. Salanatin has had extensive experience in construction, construction management and maintenance of facilities such as roads and bridges, water and sewer systems and buildings.
Prior to his rejoining DCA, he served as the Program Engineer for the Guam International Airport Authority (GIAA) responsible for environmental programs from October 1993 to March 1997.
These programs included Storm Water Pollution Prevention (SWPP), Hazardous Materials/Chemicals Management Emergency Spill Response, and Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) and Lead-Based Paint (LBP) Operation and Maintenance (O&M). With the recent acquisition of portions of the former Naval Air Station by GIAA, Mr. Salanatin had to work with close coordination with PACDIV, Care Taker Site Office (CSO) and Guam EPA. Part of the projects undertaken while employed with GIAA included the management of GIAA’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Requirements; Management of Environmental Consulting Construction Manager for the Repair and Upgrade of the Air Cargo Building.
When previously employed as a project civil engineer at Dueñas Camacho & Associates, Inc., Mr. Salanatin’s responsibilities included the preparation and design of subdivisions, road, water and sewer systems, development plans (hotel resorts and golf courses), and other infrastructure related projects. Along with design, Mr. Salanatin prepared proposals, construction drawings, specifications, cost estimates, design analysis, and bid documents.
Mr. Salanatin started working with Black Micro Corporation (BMC), (Subsidiary of Black Construction Corporation), with office in Yap State, Federate States of Micronesia (FSM), in 1983 as Project Engineer. One year later, he became BMC’s Project Manager for all outer island projects in the FSM. Mr. Salanatin was responsible for the quality control and construction of various Capital Improvements Projects (CIP) in Yap, Kosrae, and Pohnpei States. These projects involve road construction, water and sewer systems, and runway improvements.
From 1985 to 1988 he was the Project Manager/Contracting Officer in Yap State for several projects. Mr. Salanatin was also responsible for the design and construction of various water and wastewater system which includes Phase I of the Southern Yap Water System.