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At Jacobs, we’re challenging today to reinvent tomorrow by solving the world’s most critical problems for thriving cities, resilient environments, mission-critical outcomes, operational advancement, scientific discovery and cutting-edge manufacturing, turning abstract ideas into realities that transform the world for good. With $13 billion in revenue and a talent force of more than 55,000, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of professional services including consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for the government and private sector.

Our New England region offers the local resources of over 650 water, environmental transportation, built environment and advanced facilities consulting professionals with the depth and breadth of experience and technical expertise to complete the most challenging projects, from concept through construction.

Challenging today is our response to the increasing complexity our world is experiencing.

It calls on us to join forces, putting our knowledge and imagination together to reinvent the way we solve problems and shape the next generation of innovative solutions.

Reinventing tomorrow is our promise and an invitation to raise the bar in everything we do.

From the brilliant solutions we create with our clients, to the open and inclusive culture we create for our people. From the positive difference we make in our communities, to the added value we deliver to our shareholders.

Our values drive our behaviors, relationships and outcomes: We do things right. We challenge the accepted. We aim higher. We live inclusion.

With our Climate Action Plan, Jacobs is pushing the limits of what is possible and staying ahead to create the new standards of our future — committing to 100% renewable energy and Net Zero Carbon in 2020 and a long-term goal to be carbon negative by 2030 — planning beyond today for a more sustainable tomorrow.



Andrea Braga PE, CPESC
Principal Water Resources Engineer

Mike Anderson
Civil Engineer

McKenzie Banahan
Water Resources Engineer

Kyle Block

Jessica Bowler

Renee Caird

George Carson

Abigail Cartwright
Environmental Engineer

Robert Cipolletti
Aviation Environmental lead

Rachel Clennon

Dieckmann Cogill
Principal Transport Planner

Bill Cotter
Senior Project Manager

Joshua Cummings
Area Superintendent

Nick Deres
Project Manager/Technologist

Marc DeSchamp
Program Manager

Mike Desrochers
Vice President - Director of Projects - US North

Tristan Donovan
Structural Engineer

Ken Gaynor
Project Manager

Kristine Gorman
Vice President Infrastructure, New England Regional

Ryan Graham
Water Resources Engineer

Michael Kit
Water Design Engineer

Tzvetomir Kotzev
Engineering Manager

Amy Lahav
Sr. Energy Technologist

Tim Lambert
Associate Director · Soils Limited

Erin Laude-Durham
Global Environmental Sustainability Director

Brendan Madsen
Ports and Maritime Engineering Professional

Lauren Manzo
Environmental Scientist

Rob McCoy

Anne McKinnon

Craig Morin
National Practice Leader

Larry Murphy
Senior Director

Maki Onodera
Regional Group Leader US North Ports & Maritime

Erin O'Shea
Water Resource EIT

Bruna Paranhos
Civil Engineer

Nicole Petrozza

Emily Reese
sustainability director

Anita Rigassio Smith
Project Manager

Erika Rosenstein
Group Leader Ports and Maritime

Charles Schelpe
Global Technology Leader

Jon Schultis

Aaron Seaman
Project Engineer

Spence Smith
Principal Technologist/Project Manager

Stacey Snow
PE, ENV SP, Offshore Wind Project Manager

Shane Taylor MS
EIT, Civil/Coastal Engineer

Nicole Veronesi
Civil Water and Wastewater EIT

Peter von Zweck
Vice President

Kristen Whitman
New England Structures Group Lead

Michael Wilks
Senior Project Manager - Offshore Wind

Rebecca Williamson
New England Highway Bridge Market Sector Lead

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