Amanda Tuttle joins WHPacific as Environmental Scientist
(August 5, 2014) – WHPacific, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Amanda Tuttle as environmental scientist to the company’s Anchorage office. Tuttle will be working permitting and hazardous waste management contracts for WHPacific. She has more than eight years’ experience as an environmental scientist within the oil and gas industry, where she served as environmental coordinator for Alyeska Pipeline, field sampling team lead for BP’s heavy oil pilot project, crisis management unit operator for the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon incident, and environmental scientist for oversight of remote restoration projects throughout Alaska.
“Amanda brings solid, Alaska based environmental experience to WHPacific with emphasis in the oil & gas industry,” said Keith Guyer, environmental professional. “She is energetic, detailed, and provides excellent client interaction.”
Previous to WHPacific, Tuttle worked as an environmental scientist at SLR International and OASIS Environmental. She earned a bachelor of arts degree in international studies with an emphasis in global resources and the environment from the University of Iowa.
WHPacific, Inc. helps public and private clients throughout the U.S. achieve success with even their most challenging projects. Our integrated professional services deliver excellent transportation, water resources, environment, development, facilities, and energy projects that are supported by our comprehensive construction/project management and surveying and scanning services. WHPacific is consistently ranked among the nation’s top 500 design companies by Engineering News Record, with our ranking for 2014 at 202. WHPacific, Inc. is 100 percent Native American-owned by NANA Development Corporation and certified by minority development councils throughout the western U.S.