Corinne Cogger joins WHPacific as Environmental Technician
PHOTO: Courtesy of WHPacific
(March 5, 2014) – WHPacific, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Corinne Cogger as environmental technician to the company’s Anchorage office. Cogger graduated from Humboldt State University in 2009 with a bachelor of arts degree in geography.
“Corinne is multi-talented and we will put her ArcGIS training and experience to use on various projects,” said Keith Guyer, senior environmental scientist. “She is enthusiastic and has quickly become a vital member of our environmental team.”
Previous to WHPacific, Cogger worked for Kenai Fjords Tours as a senior deckhand, departures facilitator, and marine science instructor. Her project experience includes research studying the relationship between human migration and environmental degradation in China and Tibet, building a gray-water marsh to treat household drain water while volunteering at the Campus Center for Appropriate Technology, and using ArcGIS to produce maps for various projects. She presented her field research on environmental degradation and human migration in China and Tibet at the California Geographic Society Conference and was formerly a member of the Humboldt Geographic Society and Supporting Women in Geography (SWIG). Cogger will be conducting site characterizations for WHPacific at a site located in Kotzebue, AK.
WHPacific, Inc. has helped 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 2013 at 188. WHPacific, Inc. is 100 percent Native American-owned by NANA Development Corporation and certified by minority development councils throughout the western U.S.