Alistaire Clary Named SW Washington Operations Manager

Author: James Maul, RG, LG Published: September 1, 2010

Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. (MFA) is pleased to announce that Alistaire Clary was named the southwest Washington operations manager as part of the company’s recent strategic reorganization. Clary also serves on MFA’s seven-person board of directors and was recently accepted into the prestigious Leadership Clark County (LCC) Program. As a participant in LCC, Clary will have the opportunity to make a positive contribution to the community and strengthen her role in building its successful future.

Clary has been with MFA for almost 14 years, working as a licensed civil and environmental engineer. She has a bachelor of science in engineering from Washington State University and is licensed in both Washington and Oregon. She provides senior-level consulting advice to municipal and private-sector clients. She is a project manager for the Zidell Waterfront remediation project on Portland’s south waterfront, one of the largest brownfield remediation and redevelopment projects in Oregon. She also is an expert in industrial stormwater management and has worked extensively for aggregate mining clients in southwest Washington.

‘We are thrilled for Alistaire and have no doubt that her participation in the LCC program will produce a tangible and positive impact for the program and community,’ said Jim Maul, MFA president. ‘We see this as an important experience for her that will lead to greater opportunities and responsibilities at MFA and are glad the LCC program is available for the rising stars in the area.’

 

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