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July 5, 2018

Aspect Consulting












In its Seattle office, Aspect Consulting hired Jon Turk as an associate hydrogeologist, James Bush as a project hydrogeologist, Meilani Lanier-Kamaha'o as a project geologist, Amelia Oates as a staff geologist and Jackson Lundgren as a field technician. The firm hired Aaron Fitts as a staff geologist in Bellingham, and Jasmin Jamal as staff engineer and Mike Mills as a project software developer in Portland. In Bend, it hired John Warinner as an associate water resources engineer, Chris Bellusci as an associate business systems architect and Blair Deaver as a senior geospatial data scientist. Turk has over 16 years of experience focused on quantitative hydrogeology for water, wastewater and industrial markets for public agencies and private industry. He will support the Seattle office and work with clients in the south Puget Sound area. Bush has seven years of hydrogeologic and numerical modeling experience for groundwater projects. Lanier-Kamaha'o has over four years of experience conducting environmental field work and analysis for environmental due diligence and investigation projects. Oates has a master's in applied geoscience from the University of Washington and nearly two years of experience conducting Phase I ESAs, installing groundwater monitoring wells, soil vapor sampling and performing remedial excavation oversight. Lundgren holds a bachelor's in geology from Western Washington University, and supports Aspect's solid waste and environmental remediation field programs. Fitts has over five years of experience working on and managing engineering geology, geotechnical and construction oversight. Jamal has a master's in environmental engineering from California State University, Fullerton and over a year of experience supporting groundwater and surface water projects. Mills has a computer science and math background, and experience in web and database development, including statistical analysis and mobile application development for earth science and engineering projects. Warinner is a water resources engineer and water rights examiner with over 30 years of experience in water supply, water rights and GIS projects for irrigators, public agencies and private industry. Bellusci has 20 years of experience in IT/software development, support and product management, including helping clients plan for and build technology-driven solutions related to earth science problems. Deaver's geospatial experience includes open source GIS, scripting, mobile development, dev ops, data management and enterprise platforms. He is a Esri GIS professional and is Amazon Web Services certified. Aspect provides environmental, geotechnical, water resources, stormwater and GIS services in the Northwest and Western U.S.

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