Welcome the fantastic five, Harry de Haas, Staff Engineer, Christian Granelli, Senior Environmental Planner, El Jaworski, Staff Engineer, Chayse Nasiatka, Field Hydrogeologist, and Corey Reilly, Senior Engineer, to PWGC! Their additions to PWGC will strengthen the capabilities of our Engineering, Environmental, and Environmental Compliance Divisions.
Mr. de Haas’s responsibilities will include construction oversight in the role of a resident engineer on PWGC’s sitework and water treatment projects, as well as office engineering on drainage, civil/site and municipal projects.
Mr. Granelli provides environmental and land use consulting services for projects subject to local, state and/or federal environmental and land use regulations. He provides environmental consulting services across major market sectors including, but not limited to, real estate, healthcare, institutional, energy, and transportation. Mr. Granelli has been an assistant preparer of EAFs and Supplemental Analyses, DEISs, FEISs, Determinations, Notices, and Findings Statements.
El Jaworski’s focus will be construction oversight and inspection work on public-works projects in New York City, and Suffolk and Nassau County. Their responsibilities will include construction oversight in the role of a resident engineer on PWGC’s sitework and water treatment projects, as well as office engineering on drainage, civil/site and municipal projects.
Mr. Nasiatka’s responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, conducting oversight of environmental cleanup projects including brownfield and e-designation sites, leading field efforts for Phase II ESAs and Remedial Investigations and using his background to assist the company with subsurface investigations and soil characterizations.
Mr. Reilly is an experienced Civil Engineer with nearly 10 years of extensive knowledge in the Land Development Industry in the Tri-State Region. He is proficient in the use of AutoCAD/Civil 3D as a design tool for site analysis, design & grading, proficient in planning, reporting, coordination and organization. He has provided project oversight not only in the field but also for technical documents, reports, plans, and designs.
“We are very excited to have these five professionals join our roster,” said PWGC President/CEO Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG. “We look forward to their contributions to our growth going forward.”