New York, NY P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc,. (PWGC) welcomed Timothy D’Agostino, PE, Hayley Schatz, and Peter Connolly.
D’Agostino joins PWGC’s growing Engineering Unit as a senior engineer where he will focus on the design of water supply, treatment, storage and distribution systems. D’Agostino will also be responsible for construction permitting, and developing specifications, reports, inspections, and project management. As a senior engineer, he will work with senior and mid-level PWGC engineering staff. He will provide project oversight in the field and develop technical documents, reports, plans, and designs.
Schatz joins PWGC’s Engineering Unit as an engineering geologist, which represents a new title at PWGC. Her previous experience includes two years as an engineering geologist at Region 1 Office of NYS’s Dept. of Environmental Conservation. While there she provided oversight of field operations and maintenance activities; reviewed monitoring data in coordination with the New York State Department of Health and reviewed remedial closure reports. Schatz has real-world experience working as an AutoCAD Survey Drafter/Project Manager, where she worked on projects for New York City’s Department of Design & Construction.
Connolly joins PWGC’s Engineering Unit as a staff engineer. He recently graduated from the University at Buffalo where he earned a BS in Environmental Engineering. He will focus on improving Suffolk County’s groundwater and surface waters by designing Innovative/Alternative On-Site Wastewater Treatment Systems.
Also, PWGC’s NYC office, senior project manager Erik Dee-Olsen, PE, has been named director.
“I am very excited to join PWGC,” said D’Agostino. “I am eager to contribute to its tradition of service and success.”
“I am thrilled with the opportunity to be working with the professionals at PWGC,” said Schatz. “I look forward to expanding my skill set and helping to grow PWGC’s influence in the market.”
“I am grateful for the promotion to Director of PWGC’s NYC office. The opportunities presented by the City are limitless,” said Dee-Olsen. “The new title brings additional responsibilities that I am eager to take on.”
“We are very excited about the addition of Tim, Hayley and Peter and the promotion of Erik,” said PWGC president/CEO Paul Boyce, PE, PG. “These actions bring new experience, knowledge and energy to PWGC. We look forward to their contributions to our growth going forward.”