CT DEEP Program Manager Joins Fuss & O’Neill’s Environment and Facility Services Business Line

Civil and environmental engineering firm Fuss & O’Neill welcomes Michelle Gore to the role of Senior Business Line Manager in their Environmental and Facility Services Business Line. Michelle has 20 years of experience working for the State of Connecticut, with her most recent experience serving the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (CT DEEP). Her environmental and regulatory experience will foster growth in compliance and sustainability markets across New England.

Ms. Gore has a strong background in industrial and municipal wastewater compliance, and solid and hazardous waste management (inclusive of meeting the state’s waste reduction, reuse, and recycling goals and statutory requirements across both the industrial and municipal client sectors). Her experience working in multiple core regulatory programs while at CT DEEP will ensure that Fuss & O’Neill projects help grow responsible communities, ensure that health and safety needs are met, and maintain and improve the quality of the natural environment.

Ms. Gore expressed how joining Fuss & O’Neill supports her passion for environmental protection, stating:

I appreciate the professionalism, quality, and depth of technical expertise Fuss & O’Neill consistently provides through its representation of, and commitment to, the state’s stakeholders, as well as its focus on incorporating sustainability and resilience into its projects at all levels.

Sudip Bafna, PE, CHMM, Environment and Facility Services Business Line Leader, recognizes Michelle’s presence as a catalyst for growth:

Her depth of technical knowledge, regulatory experience, and leadership will further enhance our capabilities and will support the firm’s strategic initiatives across New England, as we remain committed to strong client relationships and sustainable growth of our environmental practice.

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