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2021 Year in Review

2021 has been a year filled with hope, growth, and success. We have welcomed new staff, engaged with new and existing clients, and continued to build collaborative relationships with our teaming partners. View our Year in Review to learn about recent milestones.

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Tom Colligan, LHG, Retires

After 21 years at Floyd|Snider, Associate Principal Tom Colligan, LHG, is retiring. During his time at Floyd|Snider, Tom has successfully managed countless projects across the Pacific Northwest, including over 30 complex, multi-party RI/FS processes.

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Floyd|Snider Celebrates 25 Years

We are very proud to be celebrating our 25th year! We are extremely grateful to all of you—our clients, employees, colleagues, and teaming partners—who have supported our success.

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Tessa Gardner-Brown Promoted to Associate Principal

Congratulations to Tessa Gardner-Brown, AICP, who was recently promoted to Associate Principal. Tessa is a Senior Environmental Planner with a strong background in environmental impact assessment, permitting, and complex project management.

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Floyd|Snider Summer Hours

As a B Corporation, caring for our employees, our community, and the environment is always our top priority. As part of this commitment, we are implementing summer hours for July and August! For these 2…

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Floyd|Snider Welcomes New Staff

We are excited to welcome Dan Hennessy, Ray Outlaw, and Siddhartha Vaidyanathan to Floyd|Snider. Each brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to enhance the services we provide.

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Appreciation for Megan King

It is with appreciation and mixed emotions that we announce that Associate Principal Megan King has taken a position at the Port of Seattle.