Two New Hires at PWGC
September 06, 2017 / PWGC News

PWGC is excited to announce the hiring of Scott Protosow and William Yeung, who have joined our engineering and environmental divisions, respectively.

Mr. Protosow joins PWGC’s Engineering Division as a Project Engineer, where he will focus in water and wastewater projects. Yeung joins PWGC’s Environmental Compliance Division as a Field Hydrogeologist/Environmental Scientist. Both Messrs. Protosow and Yeung will work from PWGC’s base of operations in Bohemia.

“It’s been a pleasure to join the knowledgeable and reputable firm of PW Grosser Consulting,” said Mr. Protsow. “I look forward to contributing to that reputation through the provision of wastewater engineering services for Long Island.”

Mr. Protosow has more than 15 years of engineering experience, including the production of technical drawings, specifications, and operation and maintenance manuals. He has performed daily construction services, overseeing and developing plans for the construction of wastewater treatment plants and pump stations. He is an excellent project coordinator and possesses team oversight capabilities. Mr. Protosow earned his Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering from Hofstra University.

Mr. Yeung earned his Bachelor of Arts in Geological Sciences, with a minor in Environmental Studies, from SUNY Geneseo. Prior to joining PWGC he was a Project Geologist, where he garnered experience preparing documents for Phase I/II ESAs, New York City Voluntary Cleanup Program, Remedial Action Work Plans, Remedial Investigation Work Plans, Remedial Investigation Reports and Remedial Action Reports. Mr. Yeung also has fieldwork experience that includes drilling, monitoring wells, and collecting groundwater samples.

“I am very excited with my opportunity at PWGC,” said Yeung. “It is growing company that offers a diverse range of projects, which will offer opportunities to grow and advance my career.”

“We are very excited about the addition of Protosow and Yeung to our roster of professionals,” said PWGC President Paul Grosser, PhD, PE, PG. “Given their education and experience, both will enhance our company and contribute to PWGC’s growth. We welcome them into the PWGC family.”

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