- • Celebrating 25 years in business
- • Employee-owned company
- • 110+ professionals
- • # 9 on the 2012 Zweig Letter Hot List
- • SB, DBE, MBE
- • Voted "Best Company to Work For"
What do you like to do outside of work?
When I am not working, I like to spend most of my time outdoors and staying active. In warmer months, you can generally find me road cycling with my wife, hiking up in the White Mountains, or working in the yard. During the winter, I try and snowboard as much as possible. I also make it a priority to travel as much as possible.
What are a few things most people would not know about you?
Most people don’t know that I met my wife Lisa studying abroad in New Zealand, which was probably one of the best experiences of my life. Prior to meeting, we had lived across the street from one another in Boston and never met or crossed paths. Most people also don’t know that I played French horn through middle school, high school, and mellophone in the BU Hockey Pep Band.
Why did you choose to work at Nobis?
I chose to join Nobis initially because of the variety of projects in which I would be involved. I actually remember working at a my old company and hearing rumors of electrical resistance heating (ERH) as a remedial technique, and literally the first project I supported at Nobis involved direct monitoring of ERH installation here in Lowell. Once I got to Nobis, I was astonished at how friendly, supportive, and knowledgeable everyone was. I have always felt privileged to be a part of this staff.
What are you working on right now?
Currently I am providing full time geotechnical support for the pre-design of the Green Line Extension Project down in Cambridge and Somerville, MA. Chances are you can find me this summer and early fall behind a drill rig, classifying soil samples and bedrock cores in one of several MBCR corridors.