Landau Associates News

Washington Hydrogeology Symposium, April 14-16, Tacoma

Landau Associates staff are among the presenters at the 10th Washington Hydrogeology Symposium, April 14-16, 2015 at the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Washington.

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APWA Spring 2015 Conference, April 1–2, Tacoma

Join Landau Associates staff at the APWA Spring 2015 Conference Wednesday and Thursday April 1–2 at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center.

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ACEC Best in State Silver Award - Complexity

Landau Associates Wins Best in State Engineering Excellence Silver Award for Landfill Gas Mitigation System Design and Implementation

BELLEVUE, WA  January 23, 2015 – The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Washington has selected Landau Associates to receive a Silver Engineering Excellence Award for the design and implementation of a landfill gas control (LFG) system for the Bremerton Housing Authority Bay Vista redevelopment. The award was presented at the organization’s annual gala on January 23, 2015, at the Westin Bellevue.

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Staff Promoted in Edmonds, Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane, and Portland

EDMONDS, WA January 15, 2015 – Landau Associates promoted Darlene Ruth to Operations Associate, Brandon Duncan to Project Engineer, Mark Brunner to Senior Planner, and Jeremy Davis to Associate in Edmonds. In Tacoma, Juliann Cooley was promoted to Project Coordinator III, Rachel Morgan to Senior Staff Engineer, and Jeff Whitman to Project Engineer. In Olympia, Calvin McCaughan was promoted to Principal, Craig Jordan to Senior Project Engineer, and Beth Roberts to Project Coordinator II. In Spokane, Tom Briggs was promoted to Senior Associate and in Portland, Brett Borgeson was promoted to Project Geologist.

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Tim Syverson, L.Hg. to Speak at NBI Environmental Liabilities Seminar

Senior Associate Tim Syverson will speak on environmental site assessments and other due diligence matters at the National Business Institute Environmental Liabilities in Real Estate Transactions seminar Tuesday, December 9 at the Westin Hotel Seattle.

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Matt Moroney Named PNWIS Young Professional of the Year

matt moroneyEDMONDS, WA November 19, 2014 – Landau Associates Senior Staff Scientist Matt Moroney was named Young Professional of the Year in 2014 by the Pacific Northwest International Section (PNWIS) of the Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA). This award is presented to a young professional leader who has made an outstanding contribution to air and waste management in the PNWIS region and for their contributions to PNWIS. Matt received this award for his contributions to the association by running the Environmental Challenge Program and organizing a workshop on Pacific Northwest energy exports.

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Does Your Facility Discharge Stormwater to a Puget Sound Sediment Cleanup Site?

Puget Sound Sediment Cleanup Sites include Bellingham Bay, Budd Inlet (Inner), Commencement Bay (Inner), Commencement Bay (Outer), Dalco Passage and East Passage, Duwamish Waterway, Eagle Harbor, Elliott Bay, Everett/Port Gardener, Hood Canal (North), Liberty Bay, Port Angeles Harbor, Rosario Strait, Sinclair Inlet, and Thea Foss Waterway.

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Kris Hendrickson, P.E. to Present at 2014 Toxics Reduction Conference

Principal Kris Hendrickson will discuss the impacts of proposed water quality standards on sediment and uplands environmental cleanup projects Monday, November 17 at the Environmental Law Education Center's 2014 Toxics Reduction Conference at the Washington Convention Center in Seattle.

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Mark Brunner to Present at A&WMA PNWIS Conference

Mark Brunner will present a case study on the second-tier air toxics review process in Washington State at the 54th Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest International Section of the Air & Waste Management Association in Spokane on Monday, October 27.

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Brandon Duncan to Assist Engineers Without Borders Project

IMG 0836 adjEnvironmental engineer Brandon Duncan will travel to South Africa the end of October 2014 with Engineers Without Borders USA  to start work on a clean drinking water supply project in the village of Bergnek, a rural community of 3,500 people. EWB-USA is a nonprofit humanitarian organization established to support community-driven development programs worldwide through partnerships that design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences that enrich global perspectives and create responsible leaders.

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