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Maura Dougherty, PE, Joins SCS Engineers' Solid Waste Engineering Practice

January 6, 2021

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Pleasanton, Calif. – SCS Engineers announces that Maura Dougherty is joining the firm's Southwest Business Unit as a Senior Project Manager in the solid waste engineering practice. Dougherty will lead solid waste management engineering design, operations support, and construction quality assurance projects, integrating programs such as prevention, recycling, composting, and disposal with landfill systems and technologies to provide more comprehensive value to clients. Dougherty will report to Vice President and Southwest Region Director of Engineering, Srividhya (Vidhya) Viswanathan, P.E., from SCS's Pleasanton office.

"Maura is a senior professional with proven success in solid waste engineering, construction, and construction quality assurance solutions," said Viswanathan. "Her experience managing landfill and landfill gas collection and control system engineering and construction projects strengthen our efforts to support our clients."

Dougherty is a registered Professional Engineer in California, Oregon, Washington, and Hawaii. She brings over 20 years of experience overseeing landfill engineering and construction projects, coordinating with regulatory staff, conducting design and technical reviews, and supporting construction work. 

"Maura is active and well-known in the solid waste and recycling industry," adds Viswanathan. "We are eager to get her involved in our existing projects and continue building our successful portfolio of work."

Dougherty earned her B.S.E. in civil engineering at the University of Princeton and her M.S. in environmental engineering from U.C. Berkeley.

About SCS Engineers

SCS Engineers' environmental solutions directly result from our experience and dedication to solid waste management and other industries responsible for safeguarding the environment. For more information about SCS, please visit us at www.scsengineers.com, or contact [email protected].

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