The culture at Nobis is my biggest draw. As cliché as it sounds, we truly are a family, and our work atmosphere is top-notch. Also, as a small company, we still have opportunities to work on big, complex projects that are technical and challenging.
As the Director of Project Development (MA), Jeff’s role is to build business across Nobis’ markets and accounts in Massachusetts. As a Senior Project Manager, he manages Federal, State, and commercial environmental assessment and cleanup projects.
Jeff started his career with Nobis by cutting his teeth as a field geologist and working his way up to Field Operations Lead, then Project Manager, and now Senior Project Manager. Jeff leads the firm’s Hazardous Materials Inspection group and Brownfields Action Team and is the Account Manager for our State/Municipal work in Massachusetts. The biggest project Jeff has worked on so far is the Olin Superfund Site in Wilmington, MA. The value that Jeff brings to our clients is being an efficient and cost-effective manager who can adjust on the fly to keep projects on task and on budget. Jeff has worked across all of Nobis’ markets and sectors and is familiar with clients’ needs for all aspects of the services the firm provides.
Life Outside of Nobis
Jeff is a speed junkie with a passion for motorsports. He has his pilot’s license and has raced motorcycles and sailboats. Jeff has also been in rock bands that have played throughout Boston, NYC, and Philadelphia. Currently, his passion is wake surfing with his family.
Jeff’s favorite type of community work is speaking at schools and organizations to promote environmental engineering. He has been a recurring speaker at his high school, Bishop Guertin’s Career Day and at the Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Lowell.