Steve Taylor Named Managing Director

Author: James Maul, RG, LG Published: August 20, 2010

Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. (MFA) is pleased to announce that Steve Taylor’s role of managing director of MFA has expanded as a result of our strategic reorganization. Steve’s new responsibilities reflect the critical role he has played in MFA’s daily operations and successful growth over the past 14 years. Operations managers from each of MFA’s four geographic regions—Puget Sound, eastern Washington, southwest Washington, and Oregon—now report to Steve. MFA’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS)/Data Management and Accounting departments also report to Steve. In addition to his responsibilities as managing director, Steve continues in his role as MFA’s chief financial officer.

Steve has a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Oregon State University as well as a master’s in business administration through the Oregon Executive MBA program. In combination with 20 years of experience in civil and environmental consulting, he provides both a technical and business-oriented approach to complex projects. In addition to his management responsibilities, Steve continues to serve the company’s clients. He is principal engineer for the Port of Ridgefield’s cleanup of the former Pacific Wood Treating Company site in Ridgefield, Washington, one of the largest and most innovative remediation projects in the state of Washington, and has recently led siting and permitting of several composting facilities in eastern and western Oregon.

‘Steve has been with MFA from day one. He has helped make us a successful business and provides our clients with exemplary service and great results,’ said Jim Maul, MFA president.

MFA is a leading planning, landscape architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firm offering creative, award-winning professional services to clients representing diverse industry sectors throughout the northwest, the western U.S., and the nation. Services offered include: land use and development planning, master planning, environmental and civil engineering, brownfield redevelopment, environmental site characterization and remediation, GIS, sustainability and greenhouse gas services, natural resources engineering, and public involvement.

Over the past several years, MFA has taken numerous steps to expand its services, brand, and value to its clients. In the last year it has expanded its business to include an office in Bellingham, Washington, and has developed a significant presence in eastern Washington as well as at the northern Oregon coast.

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