With the summer field season in full swing, North Shore’s operational management team would like to take a moment to recognize some individuals for their outstanding contributions and efforts for the month of May. This month, the following individuals are being recognized:

Heather Hutton                                                                                      

Heather has a unique creativity, positive attitude, and is always wearing a smile. She is very approachable, which makes her a great communicator when collaborating with staff of all levels. With over a decade of Reclamation and Remediation experience, Heather has developed into a well-rounded consultant with a keen interest in site closure. In addition to providing senior technical review, Heather is always willing to lend support wherever it is needed, including assisting project teams with a variety of reporting work. Heather has been a key resource in ensuring that our client projects are completed on time and within budget. She has consistently proven that she can be relied upon to help ensure the success of client programs, and she has become integral member of the team. Thank you Heather for all your hard work, attention to detail, and dedication!

Coel Bazinet

Coel started with North Shore in July 2020, in the midst of our busy summer field season. Coel picked things up quickly and naturally engrained himself as part of the North Shore team. Since then, Coel has become an instrumental member of North Shore’s Remediation/Reclamation team. He quickly picks up new skills, can be relied upon to complete quality field work, and doesn’t shy away from some long days and complicated projects. Thank you for your contributions and dedication Coel!

Emily Harrison

Emily is an invaluable member of North Shore’s Biophysical team and has been an amazing team player when it comes to supporting other groups with their biophysical related needs and questions. Over the past few months, Emily has been actively pushing North Shore’s core value of ‘Innovation’ and has done an incredible job in helping to develop and improve North Shore’s field data collection and management processes. She has also emerged as a leader in conducting training sessions and presentations for these improvements, as well as in her other day-to-day duties. Awesome work Emily!

Congratulations to these three individuals! With many new project opportunities coming our way, an ever-growing roster of talented staff, and hopefully a little luck with the weather, the summer field season is shaping up to be one of our busiest ever! North Shore would like to thank all of its staff for their hard work and contributions over the last few months and we look forward to a safe and productive field season.

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