By Joshua Burd
GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc. has named a new principal in New Jersey, in one of three newly announced promotions for the professional services firm.
Marc Hudock, who has been with the practice since 2006, is now a principal based in its Fairfield and South Bound Brook offices. He is a Licensed Site Remediation Professional in New Jersey and is responsible for a host of environmental and construction management programs for GZA’s industrial sector clients, while also serving in the corporate-wide role of industrial sector leader for the firm.
Hudock is also responsible for a portfolio of projects for several New Jersey-based nonprofit clients. GZA noted that he is a 2013 recipient of the Chemistry Council of New Jersey’s Merit Award for Environmental and Regulatory Affairs, based on his activities in and on behalf of New Jersey’s chemistry industry.
The firm, which provides geotechnical, environmental, ecological, water and construction management services, has also promoted Sandra Huber to senior project manager. The Ringwood resident has more than 15 years of experience in the environmental consulting field, with a focus on large-scale environmental site investigation and remediation for commercial and industrial property owners, educational institutions and public entities.
Huber, who joined GZA in 2003, earned a bachelor’s in biological sciences from Rutgers University. She is a Licensed Site Remediation Professional in New Jersey and is a member of the Licensed Site Remediation Professionals Association.
Meantime, GZA has promoted Lauren Koch Schoenemann to senior project manager. Based in the firm’s Fairfield office, she has completed site and remedial investigations and remediation projects for a wide range of clients, including industrial and commercial property owners, nonprofit organizations, health care institutions and educational facilities.
The Hoboken resident has 13 years of experience as an environmental consultant after joining GZA in 2006. She earned a bachelor’s in environmental studies from Bucknell University and an MBA from Marlboro College Graduate School.
Both Huber and Schoenemann are also members of the Society of Women Environmental Professionals’ New Jersey chapter.