We strive to be a company where the best people are empowered to contribute their best work in a collaborative, one-team environment. No matter where our people sit in the organization, they can start making a difference from Day One on challenging and interesting projects.
See and hear for yourself, by visiting with some of our associates, how every day is an exciting opportunity to make a difference at Haley & Aldrich.
Sunila Gupta, Program Manager, Parsippany, NJ. Sunila Gupta began her career at Haley & Aldrich 20 years ago as an entry level staff engineer, and now works as a Program Manager for our Industrial clients. For Sunila, what makes Haley & Aldrich special are our people and their willingness to collaborate in order to best serve our clients. At Haley & Aldrich, Sunila is able to use her skills in a meaningful way, helping to make the world a better place.
Lee Vanzler, Project Manager, Boston, MA. Lee talks about working with clients to help them with their geotechnical challenges, his experience working on complex projects, and the satisfaction of working on an infrastructure project that was of vital importance during Hurricane Sandy.
Susan Gallardo, Principal Consultant, Oakland, CA. Susan Gallardo is an integral team member in growing our development practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. Susan shares her thoughts about working with multidisciplinary teams, learning something new every day, and having the right technical resources available to her at Haley & Aldrich in order to meet our clients' goals.
Clayton Orwig, Client Leader and Air Specialist, Atlanta, GA. Clayton, a virtual employee, talks about the differences he sees working at Haley & Aldrich, how it feels to issue a permit for a client, and what it's like to work virtually.
Ben Chandler, Sustainability Leader, San Diego, CA. Ben talks about the firm's approach to sustainability, using our work at the San Diego International Airport as an example. He also explains our commitment to reducing our environmental footprint, the water challenges of operating in Southern California, and how to reuse rainwater as a valuable resource.