MFA Expands in Puget Sound Region

Author: Justin L. Clary, PE Published: March 12, 2013

Jacqueline Gruber, staff planner at MFA, is relocating to the Seattle office. Ms. Gruber has experience in the field of environmental and land use planning, including environmental permitting, municipal code, and regulatory compliance. Ms. Gruber has prepared applications for the successful acquisition of relevant permits and approvals for a variety of environmental land use projects. Her understanding of land use regulations, site planning, and environmental challenges allows her to integrate remedial cleanup with property redevelopment. In addition, Ms. Gruber supports marketing efforts throughout MFA’s geographic extent, but primarily in the Puget Sound region.

‘MFA has been successful in building interdisciplinary teams to address complex environmental restoration and redevelopment challenges. We’re excited to further expand our services in the Puget Sound region,’ said Justin Clary, manager of Puget Sound operations, including the Bellingham and Seattle offices.

MFA is a northwest environmental engineering and planning firm that enjoys a strong reputation in stormwater services and brownfield redevelopment. MFA has offices in Bellingham, Seattle, and Vancouver, Washington; Portland, Oregon; and Kellogg, Idaho. MFA’s Bellingham office is located in the historic Puget Sound Energy building in downtown Bellingham. MFA’s Seattle office is located in the 1910 vintage Maritime Building.

For more information, please contact Justin Clary or 360-594-6262.

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