Meet the newest members of Stone's Environmental Assessment and Remediation Services team!
We are pleased to share that we are continuing to expand our team of environmental professionals serving Vermont! Please help us in welcoming Staff Scientist Summers Long, Staff Scientist Laura Rajnak, and Staff GIS Scientist Heather Cox, to our Environmental Assessment and Remediation Services team in Montpelier, Vermont.
For more information on an individual and what they contribute to Stone, click on the link to their bios, which will redirect you to our website.
meet our new team members!
Summers recently located to Vermont from North Carolina where he performed environmental site assessment, hazardous waste management, remediation, and asbestos assessment projects for a variety of clients. He holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies with a minor in geology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Link to bio>>
At Stone, Laura draws on her background in drafting, geospatial survey, and data collection and processing experience to assist the Environmental Assessment and Remediation team. Prior to joining Stone, Laura worked aboard survey vessels as a hydrographer to collect and process bathymetric data in the Gulf of Mexico and on the Mississippi River. She holds a B.S. in Environmental Biology from the University of Guelph and an Advanced Diploma in Marine Geomatics from the Centre of Geographic Sciences in Nova Scotia, Canada. Link to bio>>
Heather is a biogeographer with a wealth of interdisciplinary experience in field ecology, geology, and GIS. She grew up in Zimbabwe and has worked on participatory mapping and ecological monitoring projects in Rwanda, Ecuador and Singapore. She joined Stone in 2019 after graduating from Middlebury College, and now enjoys conducting fieldwork, analyzing data, and creating maps to support a variety of environmental projects here in Vermont. Link to bio>>
Interested in our staff members' expertise? Visit our Environmental Assessment & Remediation services page for more information.