Our team continues to grow, and we are excited to share that we recently welcomed three professionals to our New England Municipal Engineering Division! We welcome a senior environmental engineer, a new civil engineer and an environmental engineer to our Vermont and Portsmouth, NH offices. We are proud to have you onboard. Please join us in welcoming the following individuals!
Lori joined us this October as a senior environmental engineer in our Burlington, Vermont office. Lori brings nearly 30 years of potable water and wastewater engineering experience, catering to municipal and industrial clients across the United States. In her role as a project manager, technical lead, and mentor, Lori has excelled in navigating the intricacies of multiple complex water and wastewater treatment and conveyance projects. Her passion lies in delivering top-notch technical engineering services that are not only comprehensive but also highly valued by operators, managers, regulators, and the communities served. Lori’s professional journey is a testament to her commitment to excellence, making her a trusted figure in wastewater engineering.
At the end of September, we welcomed back Bridget, who spent four years with Hoyle Tanner from 2006-2009. She is a civil engineer with over 10 years of experience in drainage, roadway, stormwater management, grading, site design, and permitting. She has additional experience in geotechnical field and lab testing and inspection. For the past decade, she’s been engineering in Washington state, developing new skills and gaining new perspectives on civil/site design. Some of her favorite projects out west include a new 2 story elementary school site design with views of Mt. St. Helens, and a large outdoor recreation complex with six artificial turf fields that her daughters played soccer on. Bridget works from our Portsmouth, New Hampshire office.
Thomas is an Environmental Engineer and has worked on a variety of water and stormwater-related projects. His key focus has been on long-term water quality monitoring, hydraulic and hydrologic analysis, modeling streams and culverts, as well as designing stormwater systems. Thomas also has experience with construction Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control (EPSC) Specialist inspections, construction oversight, as well as environmental permitting on the state and federal level. This month Thomas joined our team in our Burlington, Vermont office.
There’s no better time to work at Hoyle Tanner than right now, and we would love for you to share the news or apply to be a part of our amazing team. If you are looking for new opportunities to join an exciting and diverse team on the move, visit our careers page and make sure to follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn for more career announcements!