Broadbent & Associates, Inc. Announces New Office Location in Elko
Leading environmental engineering firm amplifies northern Nevada footprint to expand services.
RENO, Nev. — Broadbent & Associates, Inc. (Broadbent), a full-service environmental, water resource and civil engineering firm, is proud to announce the opening of its new office location in Elko, Nevada on September 28. The office is located at 845 Railroad Street and will provide on-site workplaces for staff members relocating from the firm’s Reno office to better serve clients in the Elko area.
The official grand opening will be held on October 15th.
“We are proud to expand to meet the growing needs and clientele that we service in and around the Elko community,” said Randy Miller, vice president and principal engineer of Broadbent. “This location allows us to better support the local community and increase the personal attention dedicated to each project. We are excited to continue providing the services that we have offered to the area for the past 30 years in addition to expanded services that our stationed staff can now provide.”
Miller will be overseeing the new location and the staff that includes Ryle Yopps, a project engineer at the firm. Yopps who was raised in Elko will serve as the lead project manager for the new location. “Ryle is an outstanding project manager and great leader to establish and build our new office,” said Miller.
Broadbent is offering the following services in Elko and the surrounding area: air quality permitting and stack testing, civil engineering and permitting, emergency response, environmental assessment and remediation, environmental field services, industrial hygiene, petroleum contaminated soil (PCS) management, water and wastewater facility operations, and water resources. Recent projects include air and groundwater monitoring, updating and supporting PCS management programs, pit lake and solids sampling, well transducer and pump installation, exposure assessment plans, and water/wastewater operations.
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