Bohemia, NY To meet the continued demand for the services offered by P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc.’s (PWGC) Engineering and Environmental Units, Pamela Raphael, Jay Usmonov, William Hamilton and Ashley Monti have joined the firm. Raphael joins the Engineering Unit as a staff engineer. Usmonov, Hamilton, and Monti join the Environmental Unit as field hydrogeologists.
“We are very excited to have Pamela, Jay, Will and Ashley join our roster of professionals,” said PWGC president/CEO Paul Boyce, PE, PG. “Their education and prior experience will help them excel. I look forward to their contributions to our growth going forward.”
Raphael, a recent Stony Brook University graduate, will assist with coordination between consultants, contractors, facility managers, facility users, and site utility services for assigned projects, review construction submittals for conformance to design documents, inspection oversight, analyze and recommend changes to contracts, and documentation preparation and management.
Usmonov’s responsibilities will include overseeing environmental investigations and remedial actions, including implementing work plans, documenting field activities, collecting soil, groundwater, and soil vapor samples, analyzing data in the field and from the laboratory, and preparing reports to document the work conducted. Usmonov recently graduated from Stony Brook University and looks forward to applying his knowledge and studies in a practical setting.
Hamilton’s responsibilities will include conducting oversight of environmental cleanup projects including brownfield and e-designation sites, leading field efforts for Phase II ESAs and Remedial Investigations.
Monti will utilize her prior experience to conduct water, soil, and air sampling, provide field oversight, site investigation and analysis, soil/groundwater investigations, analysis and sampling, and hazardous waste site investigations and cleanups.
“I am very excited to begin my career as a staff engineer with P.W. Grosser. I am proud to have the opportunity to work with a company focused on environmental solutions for a sustainable future,” said Raphael. “The PWGC team is filled with intelligent individuals whom I am eager to meet and learn from.”
Usmonov said, “I am very excited to be part of the PWGC family. I am eager to contribute my skills to the team and apply my academic background to my new position. I look forward to tackling whatever challenges lie ahead and can’t wait to meet all of my fellow PWGC team members.”
Hamilton looks forward to learning more about the environmental engineering industry, “I cannot wait to contribute to PWGC. I am not only excited to apply my knowledge, but also to learn about the industry and expand upon my academic background.”
“I am excited to continue my geological and environmental career with PWGC and look forward to getting to know the team,” said Monti.