Tahoe City engineering firm strengthens resources
TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; Auerbach Engineering Corporation (AEC) is pleased to announce the addition of three new staff members to complement their team of civil engineers, land surveyors and environmental planners.
Brian Clark, P.E. has five years of experience in hydrology and drainage design associated with land development and public works projects. Clark holds a bachelorand#8217;s in environmental engineering from Humboldt State University and will be involved with recreational trails and other development projects. Clark will also be involved in the companyand#8217;s storm water projects including stormwater pollution prevention plan preparation and general construction permit monitoring. He and his family recently relocated to the area from Willits, Calif.
Brad Brewer, P.E. has 12 years experience in water resources management and storm water planning and design, and most recently was teaching computer-aided design at Chico State University. He holds a masterand#8217;s degree in civil engineering specializing in applied fluid mechanics from Clemson University. Brewer will be responsible for design and management of Auerbachand#8217;s current development projects in Truckee and the Lake Tahoe Basin. Brewer recently moved to North Lake Tahoe from Grass Valley.
Lydia Altick has more than nine years of experience in planning and 15 in the local construction industry. She graduated with a bachelorand#8217;s in geography, specializing in urban planning from the University of Nevada, Reno. Altick will facilitate project development and regulatory process for many of Auerbachand#8217;s current projects. Altick, her husband and four children have lived at North Lake Tahoe for more than 17 years.
Auerbach Engineering Corporation has a continued commitment to providing high-quality consulting services to clients large and small, offering property owners, development groups and governmental agencies locally-based expertise in a broad range of service areas.
Fro more information about Auerbach Engineering Corporation, visit http://auerbachengineering.com or call 530-581-1116.
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