November 06, 2019 / PWGC News

To meet increasing demand for its services, P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc. (PWGC) is excited to announce the hiring of Sam Johnson, Justin Livore and Rosemarie Ausili.


As new associates, Johnson and Livore join PWGC’s Environmental Unit and Ausili joins our Administrative Unit. These highly qualified environmental scientists join a PWGC team that is rapidly growing to meet client demand.


Mr. Johnson is a 2019 graduate of State University of New York at Fredonia where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Geochemistry. He joins PWGC as a Field Hydrogeologist/Environmental Scientist and will be based out of our newly established Saratoga Springs office. He will be conducting stormwater inspections, preparing Department of Transportation Source Reports, and providing environmental compliance services to mining and industrial clients throughout New York State.


Mr. Livore is a 2019 graduate of SUNY New Paltz where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Geology. He joins PWGC as a Field Hydrogeologist/Environmental Scientist where he will focus on projects related to groundwater remediation, soil sampling, air quality sampling and Phase I & II site assessments.


Ms. Ausili joins PWGC Administration Unit as an Office Assistant. She will provide support on documents, reports, communications and all daily activities within the office.


“We are very excited about the additions to our roster of professionals,” said PWGC President/CEO Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG. “Given their education and experience, they will enhance our company and contribute to our growth. We welcome them into the PWGC family.”


In addition to our three new hires, PWGC has promoted Brianne Phillips to Accounting Specialist from Administrative Manager and Elyssa Usefof to Administrative Manager from Administrative Assistant.


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