Hart Crowser hired a new staff member in its Edmonds, Washington office and promoted two Anchorage, Alaska staff members
Seattle, WA (September 2013). Hart Crowser hired a new staff member in its Edmonds, Washington office and promoted two Anchorage, Alaska staff members.
Jim Shannon, MS, Associate Biologist, has joined the Edmonds, Washington office. He has twenty-one years of experience in the Pacific Northwest. At Hart Crowser he will support fisheries and aquatic science-related studies; permitting including Endangered Species Act and NEPA related projects; fish, stream, avian and marine mammal monitoring; and various natural resources services for the mining, port, and transportation sectors.
Jason Stutes, PhD, has been promoted to Associate Marine Ecologist, and is now Hart Crowser’s Anchorage Office Manager. Dr. Stutes has supported Hart Crowser projects involving nearshore permitting, baseline studies, and environmental restoration for seven years.
Adrienne Stutes, MS, also based in Anchorage, has been promoted to Project Marine Scientist and is technical lead for many projects evaluating the effects of environmental chemistry and contamination on freshwater and marine natural resources. She has supported these types of projects at Hart Crowser for five years.
Hart Crowser is an employee-owned environmental and engineering consulting firm headquartered in Seattle, with offices in Edmonds and Vancouver, Washington, Portland, Oregon, and Anchorage, Alaska. The firm specializes in environmental and geotechnical engineering, natural resources, and environmental remediation technologies. Corporate offices are at 1700 Westlake Avenue North, Suite 200, Seattle, Washington 98109; telephone (206) 324-9530 and fax (206) 328-5581. Visit www.hartcrowser.com for more information.
Posted: September 10, 2013