Trey Warren, Matt Rabasco, Zach Gold and Andrew Butler have joined Gorrill Palmer.
Trey graduated from the University of Maine in December of 2017 with a BS in Civil Engineering. While at the University, Trey was a member of University of Maine Rugby Football Club and Black Bear Men’s Chorus. Trey most recently served as a Caretaker/First Mate on Vinalhaven, having worked on the island for three summers. Through his classes and work on his Capstone Project, Trey has an interest in and experience on the design of roadway and pedestrian projects. Trey joins our Transportation Engineering Group as a Design Engineer.
Matt graduated in May from the University of Maine with a BS in Civil Engineering. His most recent experience includes an internship at a Southern Maine Consulting Firm as well as with the City of Lewiston Public Works Department. A graduate of Poland High School, one of Matt’s interests in college was intramural sports. He is skilled with CAD and watershed analysis and joins our Land Development Group as a Design Engineer.
Zach also graduated from the University of Maine with a BS in Civil Engineering this spring and worked as a Student Research Assistant in the Advanced Structures and Composites Center. Zach previously worked for several contractors in the Southwest Harbor area. Zach’s skillsets include AutoCAD and HEC-RAS as well as watershed modeling and analysis He joined our Municipal Group as a Design Engineer.
Andrew completes our May 2018 UMO Graduates having served as a Resident Assistant for two years, while also participating in community service. In addition to his experiences at the University, Andrew completed two internships in the Southern Maine area; the first at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and the second at a consulting engineering firm. Andrew brings his experience in AutoCAD, HydroCAD and HEC-RAS to our Land Development Group.
Gorrill Palmer is excited to be growing our Team. This expansion will allow us to provide enhanced customer service to our clients.