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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.

New Employees
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Aaron Rubin earned his bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering from University of Massachusetts Amherst. While there, he worked with a professor researching how altering reservoir operations based on general circulation models could affect crop production and power generation in the Sahel region of western Africa. For fun, Aaron enjoys running, biking, swimming, hiking, backpacking, traveling and cooking.


John Hart joined the Henniker office on March 10, 2014. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physics and has completed numerous graduate level courses in meteorology, hydrology, and environmental engineering. John has about 25 years of experience in water resources and hydropower, and for the past 12 years, he worked at the Louis Berger Group as a subcontractor to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for preparation of their NEPA hydropower licensing and relicensing documents. His previous job also included the preparation of relicensing applications and studies for private hydropower clients. John and his wife Debbie live in Hopkinton, NH, and their two adult children and one grandson live across the border in Massachusetts. For fun, John enjoys road and mountain biking, cross country skiing, hiking, kayaking, and reading.

Staff Accomplishments

Kiraly Has Papers Published
One of environmental scientists, Ian Kiraly, has had two papers published recently in the journal Transactions in the American Fisheries Society and the journal River Research and Applications.

Albany GSE Employees Volunteer for NYS DEC
This spring, GSE's three Albany, NY, employees counted glass and elver phase American eels in an effort to help the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation monitor the population in a Hudson River tributary.

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 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 Happenings

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.