TRANSACT IONS SWCA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS ACQUIRES SYCAMORE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC. SWCA Environmental Consultants announced that it has acquired Sycamore Environmental Consultants , an environmental consulting services, compliance, and permitting firm based in Sacramento, California. Sycamore provides environmental permitting support to public and private sectors and specializes in public infrastructure, transportation such as bridge and highway projects, linear features projects such as transmission lines and pipelines, renewable energy, telecommunications, and general and specific plan projects. The firm consists of a team of biologists and planners with diverse expertise including botany, wildlife biology, wetland delineation, restoration, arboriculture, planning, permitting, GPS data capture, CAD mapping, and GIS analysis. This acquisition adds to SWCA’s presence in California, allowing the company to better serve clients throughout the West. It also deepens SWCA’s roster of technical and scientific experts, particularly CEQA/NEPA experts, planners, and biologists. “Sycamore has been a leader in northern California since 1991, and we’re thrilled to welcome them to SWCA,” said SWCA CEO Joseph J. Fluder, III. “Their experience with infrastructure and transportation projects, as well as renewable energy and linear projects
is well respected. We’re pleased to team up and bring our wide-ranging environmental expertise to more clients in this geographic market.” “We are excited to become part of the SWCA team,” said Sycamore Environmental Vice President Jeffery Little. “SWCA’s resources in California and nationally allows our clients to access a wider scope of services and provides our staff with new professional development opportunities.” SWCA is a nationwide environmental consulting firm providing a full spectrum of environmental services focusing on planning, natural and cultural resource management, permitting, regulatory compliance, water resources, and ecological restoration. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, the company’s growing team of professionals combines scientific expertise with in-depth knowledge of permitting and compliance protocols to achieve technically sound, cost- effective solutions for environmental projects throughout the United States and its territories. Sycamore Environmental Consultants, founded in 1991, provides specialized environmental consulting services statewide. Based in Sacramento, the firmprovide biological, wetland, and other environmental consulting services to the public and private sectors through all stages of project development.
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LILLIAN MINIX, from page 1 to persevere through the afternoon sleepies. Prep yourself with a cup of coffee or glass of water and a light snack in case you didn’t eat before your call. ❚ ❚ Be prepared. It’s not only the Girl Scouts’ and Boy Scouts’ motto, it’s also a great reminder to check up on your technology before joining a call. Ensure your internet is active, your camera/mic are working, and that you’re in a well-lit, quiet area. Don’t be afraid to use a company provided Zoom background or to use one of the many filters that Zoom provides in case there are disturbances behind you. ❚ ❚ Be present. Pay attention, take notes, and research on a side window, if needed. No one said having two windows open at the same time was rude, but be sure you’re still networking in the moment. If you’re presenting, silence your alerts so others don’t get distracted by your co-worker’s last-minute email request. Zoom also has a “hidden self- view” feature which allows you to focus on others in the session rather than yourself. ❚ ❚ Be invested. Think about how to connect with people online when the networking event is over. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are all great ways to keep in touch with the connections you’ve made during a virtual session. You did, in fact, meet these people via the internet, why not make long-lasting connections there too? The world is ever-changing, and we can’t make the argument that networking wasn’t headed in this direction before the pandemic anyway – but the silver lining of our virtual world is definitely that our access to a technologically-driven AEC industry was catalyzed by need. What’s in the future of virtual networking? While we’re not totally sure, we can probably expect a heightened sense of purpose for our Zoom calls and eating lunch behind a computer screen. LILLIAN MINIX is marketing coordinator at Timmons Group. Contact her at lillian.minix@timmons. com. Concept by Heather McLaughlin.
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