Adam Leggett, Stantec’s Alaska Native Program Manager in Anchorage, was recently selected one of the top young Native American leaders by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). Leggett was named a 2017 Native American 40 Under 40 award recipient by the non-profit organization.
A recent World Trade Center Anchorage Alaska Infrastructure Development Luncheon, hosted by World Trade Center Anchorage Executive Director Greg Wolf, featured five guest speakers: Steven Hatter, Deputy Commissioner for the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF); Keith Meyer, President of the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation; Bruce Sexauer, Chief of the Civil Works Branch for the US Army Corps of Engineers—Alaska District (USACE); John Springsteen, Executive Director of the Alaska Industrial Development & Export Authority; and Kristina Woolston, Vice President of External Relations for Quintillion.
Coffman Engineers is pleased to announce the addition of two new employees: Brian Gastrock, P.E. has joined the civil engineering department as a Senior Civil Engineer and Joshua Shafer has joined as an Electrical Engineering Intern.
Adam Leggett has joined Stantec in its Anchorage office as the Alaska Native Program Manager, focusing on developing business relationships with Alaska Native corporations and organizations. Leggett has 10 years of experience working for a variety of Alaska businesses, including oil and gas companies and Alaska Native businesses.
AECOM, a premier, fully integrated global infrastructure firm, announced that it has hired Matt Narus to support its Alaska operations as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Matt will manage projects as well as work with our team supporting business activities for our Alaska operations.
RIM is pleased to announce the hiring of Ubon Boutsomsi as Chief Technology Officer. He will play a key role in shaping the technology agenda for RIM across all locations.
Ryan Cooper recently joined Stantec in its Anchorage office as an associate and environmental scientist, focusing on transportation, oil and gas, and hydroelectric projects in the Northwest. With more than a decade of experience working mostly in Alaska, Cooper will help expand the firm’s environmental efforts throughout the state and Pacific Northwest region.