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Ask the Expert – Brandon Dean

Brandon Dean is a project engineer and team member of the Remediation service line, as well as a project manager/technical lead for our Renewables Solar Energy group. He brings a strong background in chemical engineering and process controls with a specialization in environmental and sustainable engineering. What do you like best about the work you

Ask the Expert – Cameron Dixon

Senior Engineer and Project Manager Cameron Dixon has over a decade of experience in remediation project design, management, and technical leadership, with expertise in the design and construction of remedial solutions. His design work focuses on remediation projects with large civil components, such as excavation, stabilization/solidification, consolidation, capping, and barrier walls for both upland and

Employee Spotlight – Sarah Kitchen

Sarah Kitchen serves as Recruiting & Integration Manager at EHS Support. How did you become interested in this line of work? Human resources was something I was drawn to because of my interest in help organizations meet their goals and objectives by hiring the right talent and helping individuals grow their careers. I’ve have worked

Employee Spotlight – Molly Mulloy

Molly Mulloy serves as Project Compliance Specialist at EHS Support. How did you become interested in this line of work? For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a passion for nature and the long-term health of our environment. I earned a B.S in Natural Resource and Environmental Studies with a Minor in Geology,

Employee Spotlight – Beth Hesse

Beth Hesse serves as Senior Compliance Specialist for EHS Support. How did you become interested in this line of work? I took a gap year after high school and spent time in the Pacific Northwest building backcountry hiking trails, which solidified my passion for the environment. During college, I explored a few different options and

Employee Spotlight – Jalissa Nguyen

Jalissa Nguyen, Ph.D., serves as a project toxicologist for EHS Support. How did you become interested in this line of work? My early childhood experiences growing up in a fenceline community inspired me to pursue a career as a toxicologist. A fenceline community is a neighborhood that is immediately adjacent to a company, military base,