RS&H has 80 associates in Texas (architects, engineers, planners, and environmental specialists) in five offices, including Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and Tyler. In this issue, we have chosen to highlight a few that specialize in environmental services, including Tyler’s new office leader.
Neil Boitnott has been with the Tyler office since June 2012 and has more than six years of environmental consulting experience. Mr. Boitnott manages multiple oil and gas-related and mitigation banking projects. Prior to joining RS&H, Mr. Boitnott was involved in pre-construction field studies and permitting for nearly 500 miles of natural gas pipelines and over 200 oil/natural gas well locations in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
Emily Henderson is the new Tyler Office Leader and brings more than 30 years of experience in planning and environmental consulting to the office. Ms. Henderson’s experience and technical background will be instrumental in helping the Tyler office to grow in the coming years.
Elizabeth High is the Tyler office’s most recent hire and has been with us for more than six months. Ms. High has more than four years of experience in environmental compliance, consulting and permitting. Her responsibilities at RS&H include spatial analysis and mapping for transportation feasibility studies, Environmental Impact Statements, mitigation banking, and Clean Water Act permitting. Previously, Ms. High participated in a variety of compliance maintenance and permitting projects, including waste profiling and reporting, storm water pollution prevention plans (SWP3), spill prevention, control and countermeasure (SPCC) plans, and soil/groundwater remediation.
Kate Lindekugel joined our team in the Tyler office in January 2013. Ms. Lindekugel brings 11 years of experience in environmental science with a focus on water quality, ecology, and wildlife management. Her areas of expertise include project management, ecological surveys and field studies, preparing environmental reports, data management, water chemistry analysis, and coordinating with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies, as well as public and private stakeholders.
Mark Everett is an environmental planner/scientist in RS&H’s Houston office and has more than 12 years of environmental-related experience. Mr. Everett has worked on a wide variety of both private and public sector projects, including NEPA corridor/route location studies involving Environmental Impact Statements, Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, wetland studies, and environmental management systems/audits.
About the author
- Liz is as an environmental specialist and Geographic Information System (GIS) analyst in the San Antonio office. She has over six years of experience in environmental compliance consulting and permitting with an emphasis on GIS and spatial analysis.
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