At TRC, our staff is our most valuable asset. With over 4,100 technical professionals and support personnel at more than 120 offices throughout the U.S., we work together to succeed. We empower every employee to stimulate continuous improvement in all aspects of our business, and we promote collaborative teams where each member is treated with respect, is encouraged to contribute and is recognized for his/her efforts. Here is what our employees have to say about the work they do.
TRC Senior Project Manager Dave Sullivan discusses the importance of reaching out to all stakeholders on a project- including those impacted in the local community- to ensure buy in and support for the proposed and implemented solution.
Vice President and Senior Scientist Howard Higgins discusses the importance of third party scientific results to support the best environmental solution for projects.
Project Manager Mark Christensen discusses TRC’s innovative design and phased work approach to create a temporary bypass structure that allowed traffic to continue flowing while the Oakland Bay Bridge was rebuilt to address damage from the Loma Prieta earthquake.
Joel Roberts, Director of Turnkey Construction Services talks about TRC’s role in the demolition of the Holly Street Power Plant in Austin, Texas and how strong teamwork and a commitment to safety have been critical to the project’s success.
Mike Tyrrell, TRC’s Linear Project Development Manager, discusses the environmental permitting and compliance monitoring services TRC continues to provide for a project that will bring clean burning natural gas into Manhattan.
Ed Malley, Vice President, explains TRC’s work to remediate a former petroleum refining and storage site in Long Island City, New York, facilitating its redevelopment for the community.
TRC Project Director Joe Stenger explains the challenges of developing the Orange Grove Power Plant in an environmentally sensitive area of San Diego County, California. TRC delivered innovative environmental design and permitting solutions to accelerate the project schedule and help our client achieve long term compliance to operate the plant.
TRC’s scientists and engineers delivered creative, high quality strategies and technical environmental impact assessments to support the development of a marine oil terminal in California. The project will enhance the nation’s energy independence by increasing our ability to ship and receive fuel over water.