News About ESA & Partners

  • 03.23.2017

    Linda Amato Joins ESA as Northwest Transportation Director

    Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce Linda Amato, AICP, has joined the firm as the Northwest Transportation Director. She will be based in the firm’s Seattle office, providing leadership on projects as well as strategic initiatives to continue ESA’s decades-long expertise with transportation clients.

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  • 02.21.2017

    Christopher Warn Joins ESA’s Southeast Region as Principal Managing Associate

    Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Christopher Warn has joined ESA as a principal managing associate, with a focus on client service, project management, and business development. Chris will be based in the firm’s Tampa office.

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  • 12.29.2016

    ESA Names Three New Vice Presidents: Terri Avila, Dana McGowan, RPA and Elizabeth Andrews, PE

    Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to name three new vice presidents: Terri Avila, Community Development Practice Leader; Dana McGowan, RPA, Cultural Resources Practice Leader; and Elizabeth (Betty) Andrews, PE, Senior Program Manager.

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  • 11.30.2016

    Joseph Richards, MBA, PE, CWRE Joins ESA

    Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Joe Richards has joined the firm’s Portland team as a Senior Civil and Water Resources Engineer and Project Manager.

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  • 11.10.2016

    Swen Swenson Joins ESA as Corporate Controller

    Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Swen Swenson has joined the firm as Corporate Controller. He will be based in the firm’s San Francisco headquarters.

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  • 11.10.2016

    John Bartolomi Joins ESA as Director of Information Technology

    Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that John Bartolomi has joined the firm as Director of Information Technology (IT). John will be based out of the firm’s San Francisco headquarters.

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  • 09.16.2016

    Jill Sunahara Joins ESA’s Northern California Team as a Senior Permitting Specialist

    ESA is pleased to announce that jsunahara [at] esassoc [dot] com (Jill Sunahara) has joined ESA as a Senior Permitting Specialist. Jill will be based in the firm’s San Francisco office.

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  • 08.22.2016

    ESA PCR Moves Santa Monica Office

    ESA PCR, a premier environmental consulting firm, has moved its Santa Monica office from 201 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 500 to 233 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 150, a few blocks away. Nearly 20 environmental planners, CEQA/NEPA specialists, air quality analysts, climate change adaptation planners, historical archaeologists, and cultural resources specialists will occupy the new space.

    “This move enables us to continue our 42-year legacy of serving local clients with a team of on-the-ground experts,” said Bobbette Biddulph, Southern California Regional Director.

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  • 07.18.2016

    2016 Environmental Permitting Summer School

    At ESA, we recognize the value of maintaining a robust and balanced ecosystem. We work daily to improve the world today and for future generations.  

    Thank you for expressing both an interest in ESA and also for signing up to help preserve our natural environment by restoring the Monarch population in Florida. 

    Click here to learn more about the Monarch butterfly, its growth cycle, and what to watch for as your milkweed grows!

     

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  • 06.08.2016

    New “Blue Carbon” Study Supports Tampa Bay Habitat Restoration and Resiliency Planning

    Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, recently completed a landmark study reinforcing the importance of restoring coastal habitats in Tampa Bay and around the nation to buffer the effects of rising seas and a changing climate.

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