WHPacific Welcomes Nathan Bosch as Environmental Scientist
(October 2, 2013) – WHPacific, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Nathan Bosch as Environmental Scientist I to the company’s Anchorage office. Bosch has a Bachelor of Arts degree in geography from Calvin College and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in environmental science at Alaska Pacific University.
“Nathan’s graduate degree, which focuses on surface water hydrology, prepares him in many ways to benefit WHPacific,” said Simon Mawson, environmental operations manager. “He is experienced with fieldwork in remote and difficult conditions and has great mathematical and statistical analysis skills which are critical to our line of work.”
Previous to WHPacific, Bosch was a research assistant at Alaska Pacific University, a psychiatric treatment counselor at Alaska Children’s Services, a gas meter reader at Energy West, and special education classroom assistant for Great Falls Public Schools. He has also conducted research and performed hydrologic fieldwork for the Alaska Pacific University Eklutna Glacier Project. His volunteer work consists of being a member of Challenge Alaska and Alpine Alternatives, which both involve helping individuals with physical and mental disabilities learn to downhill ski. Bosch will be performing duties such as collecting soil samples for petroleum contamination, erecting a tower in remote Alaska to stage a windmill, and working as part of a survey group on a Seward Highway project in Anchorage.
For more than 40 years, WHPacific, Inc. has provided public and private clients throughout the U.S. with exceptional services from our eight business lines: architecture, building engineering, energy, environmental, land development, surveying, transportation, and water resources. WHPacific is consistently ranked among the nation’s top 500 design companies by Engineering News Record, with our ranking for 2013 at number 188. WHPacific employs nearly 400 in its offices located throughout Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, and Washington. WHPacific, Inc. is 100 percent Native American owned by NANA Development Corporation.