About Us

Bill Fabri

Underground Storage Tank (UST) Closure
Site Assessments / 21E Property Transactions
Licensed Site Professional Services
Environmental Sampling
Soil and Groundwater Remediation
Risk Characterization
Public Water Supply Development

William J. Fabbri, LSP
Principal Hydrogeologist / Owner

Bill Fabbri founded WjF GeoConsultants, Inc. (WjF) in Wilbraham, Massachusetts in 2006. Bill is a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) / Principal Hydrogeologist and sole owner of WjF. Prior to 2006, Bill was principal and co-owner of another small environmental consulting firm, prior to which he was a Manager of a regional office of a large consulting firm. His education includes a B.S. Degree in Geology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a M.S. Degree in Geology from the University of Pennsylvania.

Bill has 25 years of experience in the environmental field conducting and providing oversight of comprehensive hydrogeologic studies, contaminant assessments, and soil and groundwater remedial actions throughout New England and New Jersey.

His technical expertise includes characterization of subsurface contaminant migration, aquifer test analysis and evaluation, developing cost-effective remedial strategies and solutions that will lead to regulatory closure, and developing public water supplies.

Brian Buchanan

Brian K. Buchanan
Senior Field Geologist

Brian is an Environmental Scientist / Senior Field Geologist at WjF GeoConsultants, Inc. (WjF) in Wilbraham, Massachusetts. Brian has more than 8 years of experience in the environmental field completing comprehensive site assessments, soil and groundwater remediation oversight including in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) applications, and conducting real estate transfer site assessments throughout Massachusetts. His expertise also includes industrial wastewater discharge permit sampling and sanitary landfill permit groundwater monitoring.

Brian provides oversight for subsurface investigations including the drilling of environmental monitoring wells and borings and the excavation of petroleum-contaminated soils. In addition, Brian is responsible for overseeing industrial wastewater discharge permit sampling and sanitary landfill permit groundwater monitoring, and prepares written reports for state regulatory agencies, documenting completed field activities and response actions.