Danvers, MA Deborah Colbert, P.E., and Brian Donegan, P.L.S., have joined Hancock Associates as senior project managers.
Colbert is a registered Professional Environmental Engineer in Massachusetts and holds a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Maine. Prior to joining Hancock, she was an environmental sales engineer and a project manager at several Boston area engineering firms. She also has several years of experience in construction dating back to her very early years as an inspectional services project engineer at Nut Island and Deer Island Wastewater Treatment Plants with the Metropolitan District Commission (MDC), currently named the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA).
Donegan is a registered Professional Land Surveyor in Massachusetts and holds a B.S. from Northeastern University. Prior to joining Hancock Associates, he was a senior project manager and survey project manager at leading civil engineering and land surveying firms in Massachusetts.
“Throughout my career, I’ve enjoyed coordinating and managing survey projects, but I was always looking for an opportunity to expand my responsibilities and grow my skillset,” said Donegan. “At Hancock, I’m able to do what I love, be more involved in managerial decisions and work on exciting projects with an extraordinary group of people. I’m thrilled to be part of the team.”
“I worked with Hancock Associates while I was an Environmental Sales Engineer and was impressed with the outstanding design work that they do,” said Colbert. “I wanted to be part of their team because of their phenomenal reputation on the North Shore and New England. I am extremely excited to work with such a talented group of surveyors, engineers, wetland scientists and administration staff.”
“It’s a true pleasure to have Deb and Brian be part of our project management team,” said Hancock Associates president Wayne Jalbert, P.LS. “They’re talented, thoughtful and thorough. I’m confident that they’ll provide the exceptional service that our clients expect from Hancock Associates.”