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Coneco is pleased to announce the recent hiring of the following employees:

James Masse. Environmental Scientist, Bridgewater Office, started October 2021. James received a BS in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics from the University of Rhode Island (URI).  James joins Coneco with experience from a Coastal Fellowship at URI where he studied the viability of a sediment displacement tracing technique using glass microbeads.  James also has experience with OSHA regulations, soil sampling, and ArcGIS.  James enjoys hiking and has recently finished an internship as a Trails Assistant at Mammoth Cave National Park.

Emily Caruso. Environmental Scientist, Bridgewater Office, started September 2021. Emily joins the Coneco team after receiving a BS in Environmental Science with a geoscience focus from Union College (Schenectady, NY), where her research focused on drinking water contamination and superfund pollution.  Accompanying her background in environmental policy and scientific research, Emily also has experience with OSHA regulations, report writing, and ArcGIS.

Shelby DeLeiter. Environmental Scientist, Bridgewater Office, started September 2021. Shelby received a BS in Biology with two minors in Geology and Spanish from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, RI. Shelby has experience with research report writing and OSHA regulations and will be working with the Due Diligence team.

Travis Miller.  Junior Wetland Scientist, Westford Office, started August 2021.  Chris received a BS in Natural Resources (Global Environmental and Climate Change) with a minor in Geospatial Technologies (GIS) from the University of Vermont in 2020.  Travis is proficient with various field and sampling techniques, experienced using ESRI ArcGIS Pro and other geospatial analysis technologies, and had a background in the identification of chemical hazards with knowledge of proper segregation and shipment.  Because of his skills Travis will be working with both Coneco’s Ecological and Environmental groups.

Chris Iannuzzi. Principal Civil Engineer, Bridgewater Office, started May 2021.  Chris received a BS in Civil Engineering from Southeastern Massachusetts University in 1990.  Chris joins the Coneco team with 30+ years of experience in civil engineering consulting having managed all aspects of Land Development and Transportation projects throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  Chris has extensive experience with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MADEP) Stormwater Regulations, AASHTO Highway Design Manual, and Wetlands Protection Act, 310 CMR 10.00.  Chris is also a certified Soil Evaluator in Massachusetts.

Brian McCarthy. Senior Environmental Manager, Glastonbury, Connecticut Office, started May 2021.  Brian received a BS in Geology from Marietta College, (Marietta, Ohio) and a MS in Geology from the State University of New York (Fredonia, New York).  Brian joins the Coneco team with 30 years of experience focusing on site assessment and remediation consulting and engineering.  Brian has designed Engineered Control Landfills and has provided operations and maintenance of dual phase groundwater remediation systems.   Brian is a Licensed Environmental Professional in Connecticut.  Brian has extensive experience with property acquisition due diligence assessments in several US states and abroad.  Brian has managed several groundwater monitoring programs for regulation compliance in several New England states for various metals related industries.  Brian enjoys sailing and skiing in his spare time.

Matthew Nash. Environmental Scientist, Bridgewater Office, started April 2021. Matthew received a BA in Environmental Studies from Eckerd College (St. Petersburg, FL). Matthew joins Coneco with experience from two internships with Clean Harbors, where he worked in the Emergency Operations Center, and Tighe and Bond working on a sea wall project in Quincy, MA. Matthew has experience with construction oversite, OSHA regulations, and report writing. Matthew enjoys golfing and fishing in his spare time.