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By Joshua Burd
Dresdner Robin has made three more additions aimed at bolstering its team of engineering, environmental services and landscape architecture professionals.
The Jersey City-based land use consultancy announced Wednesday that it has hired Jacqueline Cohn as assistant project manager and Sam Pullin and Jordan Faust as field survey technicians. They will serve the firm’s growing roster of public- and private-sector clients, amid continued demand from multifamily, industrial and other booming segments of the market.
“Our newest hires fall in line with the company’s robust outlook for 2022,” said Tony Ianuale, Dresdner Robin’s chief operating officer and chief financial officer. “We’re thrilled to add a talented group of individuals to our growing team of industry experts who are dedicated to providing transformative results for our clients and the communities we serve.”
With six years of experience in environmental science and project management, Cohn assists in managing environmental consulting and remediation services for clients, according to a news release. Prior to joining Dresdner Robin, she served as a task manager for Arcadis Inc., where she performed cost to closure assessments and oversaw field and reporting activities for gasoline remediation sites in New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia.
Cohn holds a bachelor’s in environmental science (science of Earth systems) from Cornell University.
“From a catalog of various renowned structures to the dedicated team of industry experts, there’s a long list of qualities that drew me to Dresdner Robin,” she said. “And, from very early on, it was evident that every team member here is truly passionate about making an impact on the environment and lives around them.”
Pullin, a graduate of the American Institute for Accredited Planners, brings design and planning experience to his role as a field survey technician, the firm said. His background includes a bachelor of fine arts degree from the School of Visual Arts, along with training covering transportation planning, urban sustainability and climate action planning.
Faust, who earned his degree from Howard University in Washington D.C., has a background in logistics, product distribution, customer service and reporting from his time at The Coca-Cola Co. and Amazon, the news release said. He and Pullin will support Dresdner Robin’s robust surveying department in areas including 3D laser scanning, utility mapping, topographic and boundary surveying, as well as tools such as noncontact measurement technologies.