Mead & Hunt grows our friendly environment once again
With Mead & Hunt’s expansion of our environmental services group, we are now more prepared than ever to guide your project through rigorous state and federal processes. Jennifer Satterthwaite and Veronica Miller are two key additions to our Southeastern operations. Working out of our Lexington, South Carolina office, their 20 years of combined experience will benefit our clients and the public while helping you meet schedule and environmental goals.
Jennifer Satterthwaite joins Mead & Hunt after 13 years in the public sector. With a Master of Fine Arts degree in Historic Preservation from Savannah College of Arts and Design, she is adept at cultural resources, air quality and water distribution services. She gained state-level expertise while employed at both the South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office and State Energy Office. Jennifer then gained local experience while working with the City of Columbia’s water utility department. She educated the public about stormwater quality and the importance of stormwater best management practices. Her background in the public sector will amplify Mead & Hunt’s ability to better serve our state, local and municipal partners.
Veronica Miller is a recent graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University with a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science. An adept field scientist, she researched mercury toxicity in bull sharks and bonnethead sharks among several Florida estuaries. With her background in site surveys, data collection and field research, she will add capacity to our team of field researchers. Veronica enjoys site investigations, gathering samples and performing wildlife surveys to promote compliance with the Clean Water Act, the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act.
Our bench strength just got bigger. We’re so excited to add Jennifer and Veronica to our environmental team in South Carolina. This expansion allows Mead & Hunt to build on Matt DeWitt’s success as an industry leader and better assist our clients to navigate complex environmental issues here in the Southeast. They’re definitely game-changers! – Berry Still, PE
Mead & Hunt’s team of environmental scientists and planners cover a wide array of services. With experience in coastal and marine life, environmental planning, cultural resources, construction best management practices, air quality, and public involvement plans and meetings, there is no project that our team can’t handle for you. We’re growing our services and expanding our expertise with Jennifer and Veronica. I’m excited to have them on board, and I am positive that they will make a dynamic impact in the community and environment.
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