Fredrik Alderman, M.Sc., is a hydrogeologist and civil engineer with more than 10 years of experience managing water-related projects for clients in across market sectors, using various technical applications. He specializes in the dewatering of complex construction sites in urban areas.
In the mining and contaminated land sector, Fredrik assists clients with permitting and groundwater impact assessments, field investigations, and site characterization, as well as with groundwater flow and transport modelling. He often works on projects throughout their lifecycles, from early planning to construction and follow-up monitoring.
In hydrology, Fredrik is an expert in water balance, streamflow measuring, flood risk mapping, stormwater management, impact assessments, and compliance with the European Unition water framework directive. Fredrik’s background as a water and wastewater system designer and geotechnical engineer uniquely equips him to handle permitting and risk assessments associated with land subsidence in soft clay deposits induced by lowered groundwater levels.
Dewatering; Water/Environmental Permitting; Site Characterization; Hydraulic Testing; Groundwater Modelling; Stormwater Management
Contaminated Site Assessment and Cleanup
Hydrogeology; Hydrology; Environmental Sciences
M.Sc. in Civil engineering (Land and water resources), KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2011
Member of the Swedish Geotechnical Society (SGF)