Northern California Personnel to Attend Environmental Association Event on Angel Island

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San Francisco's Angel Island

Northern California Division Manager, Kristene Tidwell, will join professionals from the Northern California Professional Environmental Marketing Association (NCal PEMA) at an upcoming meeting on Angel Island, CA. Excited to attend this unique outing, Kristene will join other environmental professionals to explore the landmass’s settings and share ideas about marketing and providing environmental services, in and around the Bay Area. Association networking events include discussion about the wide variety of service offerings that members specialize in: Environmental Health & Safety and Compliance Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments Soil and Water Testing Complications of UST Remediation Use of Subcontractors for Federal and California Environmental Services Contracts For more information about the event contact NCal PEMA.    

Broadbent Hosts the Nevada Mining Association’s Suppliers Committee Meeting

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Broadbent’s Reno office is proud to have hosted the April 2015 Nevada Mining Association’s Suppliers Committee Meeting. The meeting was well-attended with 35 participants from 20 companies. Broadbent and ArrowData each gave presentations on the specialized services they provide to the mining industry. At the end of the meeting attendees enjoyed ArrowData’s demonstration of one of their drones in action. After the demonstration everyone convened in Broadbent’s offices for an informal meet and greet, complete with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. The event was fun, informative, and a great opportunity to meet some of the movers and shakers working with Nevada’s mining industry. For more information on the Nevada Mining Association visit their webpage.

Hidden Cave and Grimes Point Archaeological Area Field Trip

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Broadbent’s Reno staff and their families are looking forward to a company field trip to Hidden Cave and Grimes Point Archaeological Area. The tour of Hidden Cave will be conducted by a docent from the Churchill County Museum in Fallon, Nevada. As a part of this outing, Broadbent will make a $500.00 donation to the Churchill County Museum. Hidden Cave is an archaeological site exhibiting a depth of cultural and natural history that Broadbent families are eager to experience. The cave was first created by the waves of ancient Lake Lahontan 21,000 years ago and then later occupied by humans roughly 3,800 years ago. Just a mile and a half below Hidden Cave is the Grimes Point Archaeological Area. Grimes Read More »

Nevada Archaeological Association Annual Meeting

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At the end of March, Broadbent sent members of its archaeological team to the Annual Nevada Archaeological Association (NAA) Meeting in Wendover, Nevada. Project Archaeologist Principal Investigator Margo Memmott and Senior Staff Scientist Ashlee Younie both participated in the event. Ms. Memmott conducted a tin can identification workshop that was open to all NAA members. This workshop was entitled “What Can This Be? A Practical Workshop on Tin Can Identification and Analysis.” It included practical approaches to recording tin cans in the field and focused on teaching attendees basic tin can morphology. A casual and open-forum atmosphere allowed attendees to interact with Ms. Memmott and the hands-on tin can examples. The workshop provided information and insight on how to use Read More »

Lonnie Roy – Vice President and Principal Engineer at Broadbent

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Many of Broadbent’s personnel have been with the company for the majority of their careers. These professionals have performed civil engineering and environmental work throughout the Western United States. Their clients and and backgrounds are diverse. All of our people draw upon this valuable knowledge bank, when servicing our current and future customers. Lonnie Roy was recently interviewed the by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He discusses what it has been like to work in Southern Nevada, through various economic cycles.  By KAY FOLEY LAS VEGAS BUSINESS PRESS As the principal engineer of a company specializing in environmental services, Lonnie Roy knows the importance of taking his job seriously. “The recent chemical spill in West Virginia showed that we’re dealing with Read More »