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May 8, 2019
In Seattle, Hart Crowser hired Vaishnavi Komaravolu as an environmental engineer, Chris Orr as a geologist, Rebecca Leporati as a learning and development specialist and Becca Dozier as a hydrogeologist. In Portland, it hired Tony Bardana as a corporate business development lead and Tess Lydick as a staff geologist.
Komaravolu will support environmental cleanup projects. The licensed engineer in training is experienced with habitat restoration projects involving cleanup of hydrocarbon-contaminated sites. She has a bachelor's in chemical engineering from B.M.S. College of Engineering in Bangalore, India, and a master's in environmental engineering from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Orr has a bachelor's in geology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and was awarded the Bronze Star in the U.S. Army for excellence in leadership during combat operations in Afghanistan. He will support geotechnical projects such as deep excavations for high-rise buildings. Leporati is in a new human resources department position designed to better meet the needs of employees as they pursue career goals. She will develop and coordinate training, lead new employee onboarding, manage employee development programs, and support development of internal information resources. She has a master's in library and information science from the University of Washington and was a project assistant at Hart Crowser. Dozier has experience with the transport of contaminants in groundwater and soil, and will assist with environmental and hydrogeologic investigations. She has a bachelor's in geology and environmental studies from Guildford College in North Carolina and a master's in hydrogeology from Clemson University in South Carolina.
Bardana has experience in management, marketing and business development strategy. He will develop and implement marketing-related programs geared toward the firm's stability, growth and long-term success, and will coach and do staff training. He has 26 years of professional experience. Lydick has a bachelor's in environmental geology from the University of Kansas. She will work on environmental site assessment and cleanup, including contaminated waterfront sites and wetlands projects. Hart Crowser is an engineering, science and consulting firm headquartered in Seattle.