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Our People in the News
Our team at Gomez and Sullivan is a very active group! In addition to new members and current employee achievements, this section also includes news on our employees’ community involvement outside of work.
Carla Stauber joined our Utica, N.Y., office as a civil/water resources engineer in September. Carla holds a B.S. in civil and environmental engineering and an M.S. in environmental engineering with a focus in fish passage engineering from University of Massachusetts Amherst. In the spring before graduating, Carla, along with three classmates, participated in research regarding fish passage structures, and presented their findings at the 2012 National Conference on Engineering and Ecohydrology for Fish Passage.
Matt Burak joined our Henniker, N.H., office in September as an Environmental Scientist. He holds a B.S. in environmental science from SUNY Albany and an M.S. in wildlife and fisheries conservation from University of Massachusetts Amherst. While working on his masters, Matt worked with the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries and various town environmental agencies to implement a monitoring program to study spawning migrations and population characteristics of anadromous herring throughout coastal Massachusetts. Following graduate school, Matt held a research fellowship at University of Massachusetts Amherst where he studied the effects road-stream crossings have on stream morphology and fish communities.
Ian Kiraly joined our Henniker, N.H., office in October as an Environmental Scientist. Ian holds a B.S. in natural resources with a concentration in applied ecology from Cornell University, and an M.S. in wildlife ecology from the University of Maine. Between his undergraduate and graduate careers, he conducted a variety of fisheries surveys in lakes and streams for Cornell University, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and the U.S. Geological Survey. While obtaining his master's degree, Ian characterized fish assemblages in the Penobscot River relative to the location of dams.
GSE Engineers to Present at HydroVision International 2012
Five engineers - Jerry Gomez, Tom Sullivan, Michele Stottler, Damian Gomez, and Mark Wamser - will present their work at one of the largest international water resources conferences which takes place from Tuesday, July 17, to Friday, July 20.
GSE Employees Learn CPR, Wilderness First Aid
This past February and March, GSE employees took a course in CPR.
GSE Engineer Has Paper Published
Senior engineer Mark Wamser had an article, Merrimack Village Dam: Results of Removing a Dam in New Hampshire, published in the July 2012 issue of Hydro Review.
GSE Engineers Head to University of Massachusetts Amherst Conference
Tom Sullivan, Michele Stottler, Mark Wamser, and Gary Lemay gave presentations at the National Conference on Engineering and Ecohydrology for Fish Passage this June.
GSE Heads to the Mountains for 2011 Company Meeting
Last October, all three GSE offices met in Old Forge for some company business and a scavenger hunt.
Gomez and Sullivan Employees Hit the Streets for the 35th Running Boilermaker
Several Gomez and Sullivan employees enjoyed a sunny Sunday at the Utica, NY, 35th running Boilermaker Road Race this July.