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Matrix New World Engineering Expands Focus on Environmental Impact Assessments
September 19th, 2019

Matrix New World Engineering Expands Focus on Environmental Impact Assessments

Matrix New World Engineering (Matrix) announced plans to expand its Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) expertise within its Ecology group, welcoming Senior Project Manager Kimberly Threlfall. Ms. Threlfall brings her extensive experience with environmental projects to the firm, enabling Matrix to grow its already successful Ecology Services group.  

Ms. Threlfall is a recognized Project Management Professional (PMP) and LEED AP, specializing in the development, management, review, and coordination of multidisciplinary projects that focus on compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). She has managed all project stages, including adherence to NEPA, New York State Environmental Quality Review (SEQRA), New York City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR), and Connecticut Environmental Policy Act (CEPA).

Per Jayne Warne, PE,  President, “Matrix is thrilled to welcome Kimberly and we look forward to the contributions that her numerous talents will bring to the company. Matrix began as an environmental engineering company, and Kimberly’s expertise builds on that strong foundation, helping us to continue our growth in the EIA area. Kimberly is one more example of Matrix’s commitment to hiring the most successful and accomplished leaders in the industry to encourage innovative concepts and long-term solutions.”

Ms. Threlfall’s expertise includes numerous projects for the PANYNJ, CT DOT, NYCDPC, FAA, and National Park Service, including the JFK Airport Redevelopment, New Haven-Hartford Springfield Rail Program, Rehabilitation of Heroes Tunnel, Philadelphia International Airport Capacity Enhancement Program, and many more.

Ms. Threlfall holds a BA in Geology from Colgate University and participated in the Woods Hole Sea Education Semester Field Program. She is a member of the Women in Transportation and the National Association of Environmental Professionals.

To speak with Matrix, please contact Amy Delman, Amy Delman Public Relations, LLC, 201.563.4614 or [email protected]

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