New Faces at BergerABAM We are pleased to announce the recent addition of the following new staff members.
Joseph Gallagher has joined the Vancouver office. He is an environmental scientist who has performed and managed environmental site assessments throughout the Pacific Northwest since 2010. In addition, Joseph has experience coordinating and managing air, soil, and groundwater exploration and cleanup projects at a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial properties.
Christopher Walcott has rejoined the firm as a project manager for the Public Works and Transportation Department in the Seattle office. He has 30 years experience working on all aspects of transportation projects from planning studies through construction.
Susann Babaei joins the Public Works and Transportation Department with six years of experience as a transportation engineer. She has worked on a wide variety of roadway projects ranging in scope and size from pedestrian and intersection improvements for municipalities to large interstate design projects.
Ryan Bell, a civil and structural engineer, joins the Waterfront Department with over 14 years of experience in the analysis, design, inspection, and detailing of bridges, retaining walls, box culverts, transportation structures, and waterfront facilities. He is a commercial diving supervisor certified by the Association of Diving Contractors International.
Huy Le Huy Le joins the Seattle office as an engineer for the Public Works and Transportation Department. He brings experience in roadway corridor design and modeling, storm sewer utility relocation design, and building structure survey and assessments.
Nicholas Gailushas has joined the Waterfront Department. He provided structural engineering consultation services on a variety of public and private projects throughout the Pacific Northwest during his 10 years in the industry.
Allison Kinney, brings four years of experience in environmental and geological science to her position as environmental scientist at the firmâ€™s Vancouver office. She has had training in U.S. Army Corps of Engineersâ€™ Wetland Delineation plus professional experience in ecological monitoring and restoration. Allison has an understanding of the balance between social and economic development gains, as well as the function, utility, and necessity of maintaining diverse ecosystems.
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