We are pleased to announce the hiring of four professionals in our Concord, New Hampshire office. The additions strengthen our geotechnical engineering and environmental capabilities while broadening the mix of clients we serve.
“We’re very pleased to have these four new team members on board at Nobis. Together, Mike, Mark, Jason, and Scott bring a tremendous amount of engineering and environmental talent and added depth to best respond to the growing needs of our clients”, said Pete Delano, P.E., Senior Vice President of Nobis.
Mike Ciance, PE, joins Nobis’ geotechnical engineering practice as a Senior Project Manager with over 24 years of geotechnical investigation and design experience on commercial and institutional projects, institutional/educational facilities, wind farms, commercial real estate developments, dam and levee projects, and environmental restoration projects. Ciance holds a MS in Geotechnical Engineering and a BS in Civil Engineering, both from Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York.
Mark Henderson, PG, joins Nobis’ environmental practice as a Senior Project Manager with over 25 years of consulting experience completing various environmental studies, remedial actions for petroleum clients, commercial development projects, National Environmental Policy Act assessments, and hazardous materials surveys. Henderson holds a BS in Geology from Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire.
Jason Pelchat joins Nobis as a Senior Project Manager within Nobis’ environmental practice. He has over 18 years of experience completing a variety of commercial projects including environmental investigations, implementing cleanup strategies for soil and groundwater contaminated sites, environmental planning, and providing regulatory compliance expertise. Pelchat holds a BS in Environmental Science from Unity College, Unity, Maine.
Scott Carter, PE, joins Nobis’ growing geotechnical practice as a Senior Project Engineer with over 17 years of experience providing geotechnical engineering services for numerous transportation and commercial projects including bridge and roadway improvements, commercial development, and a variety renewable energy projects including solar and wind energy farms. Carter holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire.