Scott Noel Joins HMMH as a Principal Consultant   
   
HMMH is pleased to announce that Scott Noel, AICP, GISP, INCE, has joined our Surface Transportation Group as Principal Consultant. primary focus will be project management and business development for the firm's rail/transit practice. His experience leading environmental noise, vibration and air quality modeling and analysis in support of freight rail, transit and roadway projects will further strengthen the firm's existing expertise.
 
Scott is an environmental planner with extensive experience leading noise and air quality technical assessments to support various federal, state and local environmental permitting efforts, demonstrating compliance with NEPA and CEQA. Scott has conducted community outreach meetings and has worked with numerous state and local governments evaluating land use plans and zoning ordinances.

"Scott is a highly accomplished individual with experience on a wide variety of environmental noise and vibration projects. This diversity of experience will be an invaluable asset to HMMH as he leads our work on the diverse issues that arise on rail/transit projects," said John C. Weston, Director of the Surface Transportation Group. "Scott's knowledge of the industry and superb project management skills will continue to provide our clients with the high level of service that they have come to expect from HMMH."

Scott will be located in West Linn, Oregon and can be reached at snoel@hmmh.com or 781.229.0707 ext 3167.

Please join us in welcoming Scott to HMMH! 




About HMMH
HMMH is an international leader in environmental and transportation planning including noise and vibration control, air quality analysis, airport and airspace planning, and climate and energy solutions. With three offices throughout the country, we serve government and private industry clients with a broad range of innovative and effective solutions. HMMH is certified as a Woman-Owned (WBE) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and is recognized as an Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) by the U.S. Small Business Administration. For more information, visit www.hmmh.com.
 


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