It’s certainly beginning to feel like fall, isn’t it? As North Shore continues to push through what’s remaining of our summer season, the operational management team would like to take a moment to recognize some individuals for their exceptional contributions and efforts. This month, the following individuals are being recognized:

Lauren Gore-Hickman                                                                          

Lauren started with North Shore early this spring and was immediately exposed to North Shore’s fast paced field assessment season. With a positive attitude and willingness to take on new challenges, Lauren found herself covering many areas of northeastern Alberta over the summer as part of North Shore’s numerous Oil Sands Exploration (OSE) assessment and reclamation programs. With her keen ability to adapt and multi-task, Lauren has been key to ensuring safe and efficient project work is completed. Awesome job Lauren and thank you for all your hard work!

Matt Henry

After a prior career in the trades, Matt joined North Shore as a new grad in the environmental field earlier this season. Matt has been supporting North Shore’s fugitive emissions projects and through his ability to quickly learn and understand tasks and processes, he has become a significant asset to North Shore’s Air and Regulatory Division. Over the past month, Matt has been vital for project completion and has taken the initiative to shoulder responsibilities on his own to meet various deliverables. Despite some long days and a steep learning curve, Matt always maintains a positive attitude and has been dedicated to ensuring projects are completed to client expectations. Terrific work Matt and it’s great to have you as part of the North Shore team!

Ashley Rudachyk

Ashley is based out of North Shore’s Regina office (Go Riders!) and over the course of the field season has been exposed to many different projects throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta. Whether she is assessing pipeline integrity dig disturbances, completing Phase 2 ESA’s, initiating chemical vegetation control programs, or overseeing construction activities, Ashley always seems to take things in stride and is more than happy to take on responsibility and ensure the work gets done. A big thank you to Ashley for all her hard work and dedication! 

Teresa Rosales

Teresa has been responsible for North Shore’s corporate equipment management as well as administrative duties in the Sherwood Park office. Since coming on board, Teresa has transformed the Sherwood Park offices and bays into a very organized and user friendly space. So much so, that numerous staff have commented on the night and day difference of our work space. Aside from organizational talents, Teresa has also managed to ensure that field staff have what they need and when they need it during this very busy field season. Thank you Teresa for your maintenance and continuous improvement to all of North Shore’s day to day needs that are often overlooked. It has certainly not gone unnoticed!

Congratulations to these four individuals! North Shore would like to thank all its staff for their hard work and contributions over the last few months. As we come into the fall season, we understand that the race is on to finish up many of our planned summer projects. North Shore is very fortunate to have such a wonderful group of professionals all working as a team and contributing to its continued success.

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