Five championship cup style trophies with gold stars all around.

A big congratulations to Aurora Justiniano-Santos, our environmental scientist in Puerto Rico, for receiving a Program Manager’s Spotlight Award─one of our company’s highest awards─for going above and beyond her role. Aurora was nominated by her division lead at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office for Coastal Management for assisting the client during a sensitive and difficult situation that has been gaining public, political, and environmental attention. She provided timely, frequent, and high-level information and talking points for this ongoing and high profile issue. Having her on-the-ground intel was extremely valuable to the office’s senior federal leadership who are navigating this issue and responding to media inquiries as the events unfold and continue.

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Webinar Support for Emergency Chemical Release Response

Our staff assisted the EPA team in developing the webinar event, acted as moderator, and provided technical support.

Overcoming COVID-19 Challenges

Great job to our team supporting our contract with the U.S. General Services Administration on assisting the client with conducting a year’s worth of environmental, health, and safety surveys in just six months! Due to limitations with COVID-19, the team was unable to conduct their surveys on their usual timeline and instead had to work…

Assisting with a Risk and Vulnerability Assessment

L​os Angeles County in California is a densely populated area vulnerable to natural hazards such as flooding and wildfires. Our staff ​modified and applied the Integrated Vulnerability Assessment Framework developed by NOAA’s ​National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science to assess the county’s climate vulnerability. Through partner and stakeholder engagement, the team used a series of…