The Chazen Companies is pleased to announce the addition of three new employees to its Troy office.
Maureen White has joined Chazen’s Geotechnical department as Assistant Project Engineer. White is a resident of Troy and earned her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She previously worked as a Geotechnical Engineer, and some of her prior experience also includes undergraduate research related to soil analysis.
Branson Fields has joined the Chazen team as an Environmental Scientist. He earned his B.S in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Management from the University of Cincinnati, and has prior experience providing remediation engineering, consulting, and regulatory services as an environmental scientist, field operations supervisor, and project manager. Fields resides in Cohoes.
Juan Chen P.E., has joined Chazen’s Geotechnical department as a Project Engineer. Chen earned her B.S in Civil Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, and her M.S.E in Structural Engineering from John Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. Chen recently moved to the Capital Region and previously worked as a Project Manager for Cuono Engineering. She has several years of hands-on design experience with steel, concrete, wood and masonry structures.