By Joshua Burd
Environmental consulting firm EWMA has made three promotions within its Parsippany headquarters.
The company on Friday announced new titles for Nicholas DiVincent, Andrew Truman and Brianna Tramutolo. DiVincent, who has been in the environmental field for more than five years, three of them with EWMA, is now assistant project manager.
He is most experienced in site remediation projects on commercial and industrial properties, according to a news release, with project experience including characterization and remediation of contamination in soil, groundwater and vapor. DiVincent has a bachelor’s of science from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
“His main responsibilities will deal with assisting project managers as well as managing his own projects,” EWMA said in the news release. “His leadership role will be a great asset for EWMA’s growing team of knowledgeable and experienced professionals dedicated to providing cost-effective, creative environmental consulting and remediation solutions for their clients.”
Meantime, the firm has promoted Truman to senior environmental scientist. With eight years in the environmental industry, he has worked on a variety of projects including superfund sites and beach fill restoration projects with the Army Corps of Engineers, along with many industrial remediation sites with T. Slack Environmental.
For the past two and a half years he has served as EWMA’s on-site field manager for the RG-Edison redevelopment project.
“He is most in his element while dealing with large scale remediation projects as well as the implementation of bio-remediation technologies,” the news release said. “His new responsibilities will incorporate implementing field activities, evaluation of field data, remedial design and report preparation to help maintain EWMA as one of the premier environmental remediation and consulting firms in New Jersey.”
For her part, Tramutolo is now an environmental scientist. She began as an intern at EWMA and has quickly risen through the ranks, the firm said, noting that it’s committed to cultivating internal growth.
Tramutolo has a bachelor’s degree in marine science from Coastal Carolina University and broad experience in environmental due diligence assessments and environmental field sampling.
“Brianna’s new role will be to offer support for task-oriented projects, large-scale remediation cases and compiling reports to help EWMA continue to be a strong client advocate with comprehensive service offerings,” the firm said.