Heidi manages a range of environmental projects involving site characterization, remediation, and monitoring.
- Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
- Construction Observation & Management
- Groundwater Quality Monitoring
- Stormwater Management
She is also skilled at stormwater and groundwater management and construction management. Heidi works with clients in both the public and private sector to help them navigate the assessment, cleanup, and revitalization of underutilized and potentially contaminated sites through programs such as the USEPA Brownfields Program. Heidi has a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering from Clarkson University.
Heidi is the Co-founder and President of the New Hampshire Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-NH) and has traveled to Uganda multiple times as part of their ongoing water supply project. In addition, she is also a member of New Ascending Professionals Program of the Environmental Business Council and a member of the Corporate Leadership Council (CLC) of Engineers without Borders USA (EWB-USA).
Heidi’s favorite part of the job is being able to collaborate with talented and passionate colleagues who strive to provide a high quality of work and service for clients. Heidi values that she is able to use her environmental engineering background to help communities reduce health risks associated with contamination, while promoting economic growth opportunities through redevelopment.
In her free time, Heidi loves to hike, camp, snowboard, travel, and visit her friends and family in Vermont.
Heidi is a Professional Engineer in New Hampshire.