Cardno is pleased to announce Gail Rawls Jeter, Brian Kvam, and Joe Morici have been appointed Senior Principals in the Columbia, SC, Winston Salem, NC, and Richmond, VA, USA offices as part of our 2018 Technical Excellence Program. Cardno’s Principal designation recognizes their professionals’ standing as technical leaders. They serve as mentors for junior staff, regularly present at industry events, participate in panel discussions, and publish papers and summaries of their findings.
Cardno provides a full set of services related to the assessment of properties for the presence of contaminants and can provide a thorough understanding of the risk and any needed remediation of contaminated sites. Our team works closely with stakeholders across the full project lifecycle, developing custom strategies to resolve each community’s unique challenges from assessment and permitting through design and redevelopment.
Gail Rawls Jeter, Senior Principal, Brownfields and Redevelopment
Brian Kvam, Senior Principal, Brownfields and Redevelopment
Joe Morici, Senior Principal, Brownfields and Redevelopment
Cardno’s Recognizing Technical Excellence program acknowledges, rewards and empowers technical leaders to deliver high quality project and service outcomes for our clients around the world. This program includes local principals, senior principals, regional and global senior principals. For more information on our Program for Recognizing Technical Excellence, visit our website.
Cardno is a professional infrastructure and environmental services company, with specialist expertise in the development and improvement of physical and social infrastructure for communities around the world. Cardno’s team includes leading professionals who plan, design, manage and deliver sustainable projects and community programs. Cardno is an international company, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange [ASX: CDD]. www.cardno.com.
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