About Ai-TS

Ai-Technical Services, PLLC (Ai-TS) is a geological corporation authorized to practice in North Carolina under license no. G-523. The owner Joseph Alexander is a registered professional geologist (P.G.) currently licensed in North Carolina and Georgia.

The owner’s degrees are in geology with specialization in the fields of hydrogeology and engineering geology. He has held geologic licenses in several other states when needed for specific projects.

Owner’s Experience

The owner gained practical experience during his first decade of employment with engineering and environmental consulting firms where he practiced in the specialized fields of contaminant hydrogeology, soil and ground-water remediation, engineering geology, and site environmental assessments.

During the course of the next three decades at RTI International in the Research Triangle Park, NC he directed large, complex, multidisciplinary environmental projects for private-sector clients and federal agencies including the:

  • U.S. Department of Defense,

  • U.S. Department of Energy,

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the

  • U.S. Agency for International Development.

Joseph Alexander successfully directed more than 20 large-scale environmental projects while at RTI (ranging from $545K to $6.7M) plus managed numerous smaller projects.

Owner’s Skillset

The owner’s skills are well known to his long-term clients:

  • Managing complex technical projects,

  • Solving challenging problems,

  • Responding to client needs,

  • Meeting deadlines and staying within budgets,

  • Preparing clearly written and well-documented technical deliverables, and

  • Leading technically diverse teams (employees, consultants, subcontractors, and universities).

Inner basin valleys of the San Francisco Volcanic Field where the owner first worked with his graduate school advisor to conduct an aquifer test for a water-supply evaluation for the City of Flagstaff. Satellite image draped over topographic data (image courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey, 2003).