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Chazen’s Environmental Department Expands



Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (July 17, 2019) – The Chazen Companies is excited to welcome the addition of two new employees to its expanding Environmental Services team in Troy and Glens Falls.

Beth Clements joins Chazen as a Senior Environmental Scientist. Clements graduated from SUNY Cobleskill with an Associate of Science and Bachelor of Technology degree in Plant Science-Environmental Studies/Technology. Previously, she worked for Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. in Northern Virginia as an Associate Environmental Scientist where she specialized in wetlands and water resource management. Clements is a certified professional Wetland Scientist and Certified Arborist. She resides in Fort Plain.

Haley Keff joins Chazen as an Assistant Environmental Scientist. Keff is a recent graduate of SUNY Cobleskill and majored in Fisheries & Wildlife Technology. Previously, she worked for Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District as a Vegetation Monitoring Technician and a Stream Monitoring Technician. Keff’s responsibilities includes both field and office work, wetland delineations, ETA habitat assessments, and permitting. She resides in Purling.

“This is an exciting time for Chazen, as we are growing all aspects of our company including ecological and wetland services. We are so pleased to have Beth and Haley join us” said Barbara Beall, PWS, LEED AP, Principal, Director, Natural Resource Services, The Chazen Companies.

About Chazen

Founded over 70 years ago, The Chazen Companies is an employee-owned, multi-disciplinary firm providing civil engineering, land surveying, planning, environmental and safety consulting, code services, landscape architecture, construction services, transportation planning and traffic engineering to clients in the private and public sectors. Chazen’s 140 employees proudly collaborate with municipalities, state agencies, developers, landowners, utility companies, and industrial, healthcare, education, and nonprofit clients from project concept to completion, taking a customized approach to every project. With offices in Glens Falls, Troy, Poughkeepsie and White Plains, NY; Nashville and Chattanooga, TN; and Portland, OR, Chazen delivers world-class performance focused on creating effective, long-term partnerships with its clients. Learn more at www.chazencompanies.com.

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