Princeton Hydro is thrilled to announce the expansion of our growing business with the addition of 10 team members who possess a wealth of experience and qualifications in a variety of fields related to water resource management.
“The addition of these professionals is attributable to the successful teaming relationships we have developed and grown with our clients, and is our commitment to investing in meeting their respective missions,” said Princeton Hydro President Geoff Goll. “We’re proud have such talented experts in their fields join our team, who also share our ideals of creativity, ingenuity, quality, and teamwork.”
Meet Our New Team Members:
Emily Bjorhus, Environmental Scientist
Emily is an Environmental Scientist with expertise in environmental permitting and compliance, wetland and stream ecology, and stormwater management. She coordinates, leads and assists with state environmental permitting programs and NEPA compliance and documentation, including preparation of Federal and state permit applications, Endangered Species Act 7 consultations, and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission environmental review processes. She also conducts a variety of environmental field investigations such as wetland and waterbody delineations. Read more.
Stephen Duda, EIT, Project Engineer
Stephen is a civil engineer with expertise in grading and stormwater design, drafting, permitting, soil testing and construction inspection. He has experience working on multiple aspects of land development projects, construction management and municipal engineering. He holds an an Associate degree in General Engineering and a second in Engineering Technologies/CAD, as well as a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Rowan University. Read more.
Shaun Flite, EIT, Civil Engineer
Shaun is a Civil Engineer who has provided over 5 years of consulting services to assist with planning, design, and permitting of projects involving land development, stormwater management, water & wastewater utility systems, and pollution control. He is a graduate of Penn State where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, with an emphasis in hydrology, hydraulics, and water quality/treatment. Read more.
George Fowler, PE, Water Resource Engineer
George is a Water Resource Engineer with an expertise in natural system’s features and functions, river engineering designs and geomorphic investigations. Well versed in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and NRCS engineering manuals, he seeks to work with people who desire river engineering solutions that follow sound engineering practices, improve the aquatic environment and have low to no maintenance costs. His designs have ranged from traditional flood protection features (earthen berms and dams) to fish habitat enhancement (engineered log jams and roughened log stream bank toes). Read more.
Casey Hurt, PE, Geotechnical Project Manager
Casey is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 6 years of experience working in Geotechnical Engineering. He maintains a wide range of professional responsibilities for the firm including subsurface explorations, development of geotechnical laboratory testing programs, shallow and deep foundation analysis and design, settlement evaluation, earth retaining system design, slope stability analyses, and management of geotechnical field operations. He has extensive experience with stormwater infiltration and dam safety compliance. Read more.
Elizabeth Kowalsky, Assistant Coordinator
Liz earned her B.A. in Communications with a concentration in Public Relations from Stockton University. She has a background in working with public relations firms in the areas of technology, pharmaceuticals, outdoor products/safety and family wellness. Read more.
Dana Patterson, Communications Strategist
Dana is a passionate environmental communicator who brings a strong mix of diverse stakeholder engagement experience, coupled with values-based communication strategy. She specializes branding, marketing, and digital media strategy, and strives to enhance the mission and values of Princeton Hydro. She earned her Master of Environmental Management from Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies where she focused on strategies for climate change and wildlife conservation communication. Read more.
Natalie Rodrigues, EIT, CPESC-IT, Staff Engineer
Natalie is a staff engineer with a focus in water resources engineering. She assists with various projects that span several topics, including stormwater management, ecosystem restoration, and dam safety. Natalie is a recent graduate from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Resources Engineering with a focus in water resources. Read more.
Jack Szczepanski, PhD, Senior Aquatics Scientist
Jack has a range of experience from establishing baseline assessment for fish populations to managing coastal wetland resilience projects to developing ecosystem-wide monitoring plans. Jack earned his PhD from URI by studying fish feeding ecology and trophic dynamics across marine ecosystems. He also has academic background in biomechanics, wetland and estuarine ecology, and natural resource applications of conservation biology. Read more.
Thomas Wilkes, PE, Senior Project Manager
Tom is a Professional Civil Engineer specializing in municipal, civil, and environmental engineering consulting services primarily in Pennsylvania and Delaware. He is an accomplished and multi-talented Municipal Engineer with more than 10 years of significant experience in planning, scheduling, managing and administration of public works projects, and providing maintenance support for municipal utility systems (stormwater, sanitary, sewer, and water). Read more.
Stay tuned for more!