On March 28, 2019, four of QK’s environmental scientists attended the 2019 Natural Communities Conference (2019 NCC) sponsored by California State University, Bakersfield and the San Joaquin Valley chapter of The Wildlife Society.
QK is pleased to welcome Ms. Carie Wingert to its Clovis office as Senior Environmental Scientist to support the overwhelming growth of the biology and environmental permitting service division of the company.
QK is proud to welcome two former team members back to the QK family. Laura Schneider and Michael Hernandez are rejoining QKs Biology and Construction Management Teams.
QK recently welcomed Dylan Ayers from Tampa, Florida, to join QK’s Biology team as an Associate Environmental Scientist. Dylan has conducted biological studies in upland and wetland habitats in Florida and brings with him more than two years of consulting experience.
QK is proud to welcome Ms. Jessica Bispels from Pennsylvania as an Assistant Planner with the QK team, reporting out of the Visalia office.
Ms. Kim Tanksley has joined the QK team as an Associate Planner located in the Fresno office. She brings extensive knowledge with federal, state and local statues, regulations, and policies relating to environmental and cultural resource compliance.
Dave Dayton, Senior Biologist, recently joined the QK Bakersfield Biology Team and jumped right into work during the busiest time of year. Mr. Dayton is a very experienced consulting field biologist who has held previous senior-level positions at other private consulting firms.
Jerome Keene, Senior Planner, is the latest QK planning team member to pass the rigorous test for the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).