Sanborn Head is pleased to announce seven new shareholders in the firm. “By purchasing Sanborn Head stock, these leaders are investing in their own careers,” said Barret Cole, President and Chief Operating Officer. “They are also investing in the future success of the company.”

Russell Abell, P.G., LSP, leads Sanborn Head’s Industrial practice area. His work specializes in contaminant hydrogeology, contaminant fate and transport including chlorinated volatile organics (CVOCs), petroleum VOCs, and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), litigation support, and transactional due diligence.

Sarah Dolcino, MBA, is the Director of Administrative Services. She oversees corporate communications and training programs and is the manager of the firm’s Concord, NH office.

Mary Beth Dopfer, CPA, MBA, is Sanborn Head’s Vice President of Finance. She also leads the firm’s human resources and information technology.

Scott Nerney, P.E., practices environmental site characterization and remediation as a member of our Industrial group. He has extensive experience with Superfund and Brownfields properties. Scott also heads up the firm’s Health & Safety programs.

Tim Reed, P.E., CPESC, works on engineering and permitting in our Solid Waste practice area. He specializes in landfill and site/civil construction, and as the CAD Services Manager for the firm, Tim has particular expertise in the use of computer aided design software.

Jennifer Sanborn, P.E., practices environmental engineering and hydrogeological consulting in our Industrial practice area. She specializes in vapor intrusion investigation and mitigation, contaminant hydrogeology, emerging contaminants, and the Brownfields program.

Stephen Zemba, Ph.D., P.E., is a member of our Industrial practice area. He provides consulting and expert witness services on health risk assessment from environmental contaminants, including per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), and teaches classes in air quality assessment.

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