Jennifer Sanborn, PE

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Senior Project Manager
jsanborn@sanbornhead.com
603.415.6137
Market Area: 
Industrial
Areas of Expertise: 

- Hazardous waste site characterization and remediation, environmental due diligence, vapor intrusion assessments

With Sanborn Head Since: 2003

Education: 
University of New Hampshire, BS, Civil Engineering
University of California Berkeley, MS, Engineering
Professional Engineer - NH & MA

Why Did You Join Sanborn Head?
I felt that there was a great sense of collegiality as well as a diverse project mix when I interviewed for a position at Sanborn Head coming out of graduate school.  Since then I’ve had the opportunity to grow within the company, and have been fortunate to work on many interesting projects with great clients.

What Do You Like Best About Working At Sanborn Head?
I like working with the talented and friendly group of individuals at Sanborn Head.  The staff work together to come up with the best solutions for our clients; oftentimes working across market areas to achieve this goal.  Another aspect that I find rewarding is the ability to employ exciting new technologies on many projects, which adds great value to the project and also allows us to lead the way in using advanced equipment and instruments.

What Inspires You Most About Working At Sanborn Head?
I’m inspired most by the people that I work with and their drive, motivation, and leadership.

Professional Activities
– American Society of Civil Engineers
– Granite State Environment and Water Resources Institute
– New England Women in Energy and the Environment

Community Involvement
I’m active in the New Hampshire Professionals Chapter of Engineers Without Borders, which was formed in 2015.  I’m serving as the Responsible Engineer for our first program, which is a water-supply project in Uganda.

Fun Facts About Me
I love to travel and learn about new places.  One of my most memorable experiences was spending a semester abroad at the Technical University of Budapest in Hungary.  It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know people from other cultures and to visit several Eastern European countries.  Downhill skiing is another passion of mine, and I’m trying to convince my daughter that it really is fun once you get the hang of it.  I grew up in the White Mountains and love to go back often with friends and family to enjoy the beautiful natural resources that the area has to offer.