Cantillo joins PWGC as a field hydrogeologist

May 16, 2017 - Design / Build
Steven Cantillo, 
P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc.

Bohemia, NY To meet increasing demand for its services, P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc. (PWGC) has hired Steven Cantillo.

As a new PWGC associate, Cantillo joins the environmental unit as a field hydrogeologist. Cantillo joins a growing PWGC team that is taking advantage of growing client demand.

Cantillo graduated with a dual major in Geology and Earth and Space Science from Stony Brook University. As an undergraduate research assistant working with the head of the geology department at Stony Brook, one of the projects Steven worked on involved analyzing and processing geospatial imagery through Environment for Visualizing Images (ENVI) and helped to develop and utilize techniques to find carbonate rocks near Lake Turkana in Kenya and Ethiopia, Africa.

“We are very excited about the additions to our roster of professionals,” said PWGC president Paul Grosser, PhD, PE. 

“Given their education and experience, they will enhance our company and contribute to PWGC’s growth. We welcome them into the PWGC family.”

P. W. Grosser Consulting, Inc. (PWGC) is a multidisciplinary engineering firm based in Bohemia, NY with offices in NYC, Syracuse, Seattle, and Shelton, CT. Founded by Paul Grosser in 1990, PWGC’s growth and success results from creating value through the application of innovative environmental and engineering solutions for its clients. For more than 20 years, PWGC has been providing quality engineering services to the New York Tri-State region establishing a reputation for exceeding client expectation in the public and private sectors. Dedicated to being responsive in the design and application of cost-effective solutions for the myriad of environmental and engineering requirements, PWGC’s areas of expertise include structure vulnerability and resilience, civil/general engineering, sustainable energy solutions, wastewater & water supply, natural resource studies, geographical information system capabilities and expert counseling and client representation. 


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