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Member News – GZA GeoEnvironmental
September 29th, 2016

GZA, a leading environmental and geotechnical consulting firm, has announced the promotion of Patrick Mahon to the new role of Associate Principal in the New York City office.

Mahon’s work centers around geotechnical engineering and instrumentation services for infrastructure and development projects; he joined GZA in 2002. Mahon is a graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology with a BE in Civil Engineering; he also earned an MS in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from Montclair State University.

A resident of Verona, N.J., Mahon is a registered Professional Engineer in New Jersey and New York. Mahon is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Structural Engineers Association of New York and the Irish Business Organization of New York.

About GZA

Founded in 1964, GZA is a multi-disciplinary firm providing Environmental, Geotechnical, Ecological, Water, and Construction Management services.  GZA maintains corporate offices at 249 Vanderbilt Avenue, Norwood, MA 02062. The firm has over 560 employees and operates 28 offices in the New England, Mid-Atlantic, Great Lakes and Appalachian Regions of the United States. For additional information, please call William Hadge, CEO at 781-278-3808 or visit the company’s website at www.gza.com.

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