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June 17, 2020
Hart Crowser hired Blake Lytle as a hydrogeologist and Thomas Tremaine as a geoscientist in Seattle, and it hired Ryan Hendrix as a geologist, Sheri Salvador as a business development specialist and Andrea Clark as a project assistant in Honolulu. Lytle holds a master's degree in hydrogeology from Clemson University, where his research focused on studying water flow with ground penetrating radar. At Clemson he also developed and directed a program that involved using drones for grants, strategic initiatives, research projects and instruction. Tremaine has a bachelor's degree in geosciences from Trinity University. He has experience as a 3D geospatial analyst, using geographic information system software to turn complex data into user-friendly formats such as maps and 3D virtual plans/models, and to calculate the volume of soil stockpiles. Hendrix holds a bachelor's degree in geology and geophysics from the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology. He will work on projects involving rockfall hazard, landslides, building development and environmental investigation and study.
Salvador returned to Hart Crowser after 18 years. Her 20 years of marketing at health care, finance and engineering firms includes brand awareness, communications, events, databases and advertising. She also has digital marketing experience, including website development and management. She has coordinated proposals involving geotechnical engineering, landscape architecture and environmental planning and permitting issues, and has coordinated community and charity events. Clark has previously worked in the engineering industry and for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Hart Crowser added this new position to support its growing Hawaii and Pacific Island presence. The Seattle-based firm specializes in geotechnical engineering, environmental science and engineering, stormwater services and resilience engineering.