To meet the continued demand for the services offered by PWGC, we are excited to announce the hiring of six new associates, strengthening the capabilities of our Engineering, Environmental, and Environmental Compliance Divisions.
PWGC’s Engineering Division welcomes Julia Dinger, Kristen Mardenborough, both Staff Engineers, and Sebastian Leon, Senior Engineer. Olivia Novak and Falon Treis join PWGC’s Environmental Compliance Division as Field Hydrogeologists and will work out of our Saratoga Springs Office. Andres Ballares joins PWGC’s Environmental Division as a Field Hydrogeologist.
Ms. Dinger joins PWGC’s Engineering Division as a Staff Engineer. Her responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, assisting with the preparation of detailed design plans, technical specs, calculations, reports, and permit applications. Julia will be working on various types of engineering projects such as residential and commercial sanitary projects, pump station designs, RPZ designs, and stormwater drainage designs.
Ms. Mardenborough is a Staff Engineer in PWGC’s Engineering Division. She focuses on water and wastewater treatment projects, with responsibilities including drafting design plans, performing necessary calculations to size treatment systems, preparation of construction specifications, and assisting with engineering report writing. Ms. Mardenborough also assists with various engineering projects including engineering inspections, environmental remedial systems, and geothermal feasibility studies.
Mr. Leon is a Senior Engineer in PWGC’s Engineering Division in the New York Office. He comes to PWGC with experience in geotechnical field investigations, deep foundation systems, retaining walls and NYCDOB special inspections. His responsibilities will include preparation of design plans packages, specifications and engineering reports for geotechnical, geothermal and environmental remediation projects.
Ms. Novak is a Field Hydrogeologist in PWGC’s Environmental Compliance Division. Her responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, mine permitting, environmental compliance for industry, stormwater inspections and permitting, groundwater remediation, soil sampling, air quality sampling, groundwater and wastewater sampling, and Phase I & II site assessments.
Ms. Treis is a Field Hydrogeologist in PWGC’s Environmental Compliance Division. Her responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, mine permitting, environmental compliance for industry, stormwater inspections and permitting, groundwater remediation, soil sampling, air quality sampling, groundwater and wastewater sampling, and GIS.
Mr. Ballares, a graduate from Technological University of Pereira in Environmental Science with previous experience as a GIS Assistant for a construction company, will work with the Environmental Division focusing on remediation and due diligence projects throughout New York. He will provide management, oversight, and documentation on projects, technical field services for environmental investigations, and due diligence inspection services. He will continuously improve his skills in the areas of soil sampling, groundwater monitoring, air quality sampling and Phase I & II site assessments.
The addition of these new associates is indicative of PWGC’s steady growth over the past year even with the impacts of the COVID 19 pandemic.
“We are very excited to have Julia, Kristen, Sebastian, Olivia, Falon and Andres join our roster of professionals,” said PWGC President/CEO Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG. “We look forward to their contributions to our growth going forward.”
In addition to adding six new employees, PWGC is proud to announce two promotions. Michael Scanlon, PE, has been promoted to Project Manager from Senior Engineer. Li Tang has been promoted to Senior Engineer from Project Engineer.
Their hard work, dedication, eagerness to learn and accept greater responsibilities, were recognized and rewarded. We look forward to their success and growth in their new positions.