Lincoln, RI – All of Pare’s divisions have added staff over the past several months.
Gregory A. Blake, P.E. has joined Pare’s transportation division in the position of managing engineer. He will be focusing on transportation and traffic engineering services in Massachusetts and Northern New England.
Christopher J. Hohe, P.E. recently joined Pare’s civil division as a project engineer. With seven years of experience in designing a variety of building types, he will be supporting a range of projects, including Pare’s expanding work in the life science/pharmaceutical industry and on school structures.
Deborah A. Finnigan, P.E. is Pare’s most recent addition as a project engineer. She has experience in transportation and construction engineering management in the municipal and private sectors. She is skilled at translating the technical aspects into relatable concepts for public outreach as part of the project development process.
Collin Putnam, who completed internships with the civil division’s structural group, recently returned to Pare to take a full-time position as an engineer I. He will be working on structural designs for a variety of academic, biotechnology, and industrial projects.
Annelise C. Boylan joined Pare’s civil division as an engineer I where she will be supporting a wide range of civil and site design projects. She recently passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam.
Matthew Sprague will join Pare in the environmental division as an engineer I. He will be working on a variety of water and wastewater projects. He recently passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam. Sprague achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and now serves as a troop leader for the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts.
Kyle A. Dubuc, who recently passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, has joined Pare’s geotechnical division as an engineer I.
Seaver Anderson is Pare’s newest environmental scientist. He has considerable experience with GIS and data analysis and will be using these skills to support projects for all of Pare’s divisions.