Golden, CO
Year Joined: 2014

What initially attracted you to Trihydro?
My initial attraction to Trihydro was that it is a small business that works on government contracts with a good reputation with the WDEQ.

What do you do at Trihydro?
I’m a geologist with the government services group, I primarily work on a project in Texas assisting with injections, oversight of well abandonment and installation, and reporting. I also do oversight for direct push ISCO injections at LUST sites in Wyoming.

Describe your most interesting or exciting day and/or experience on the job.
The most exciting day on the job was installing a monitoring well with ARCH drilling methods and reaching total depth in the Fine Grained Zone.

What do you like best about working at Trihydro? 
The comradery! I feel that management and staff all work extremely hard as a team to reach and exceed client expectations.

What is your favorite type of project to work on and why?
My favorite type of project work is drilling. I like to see what is below the surface and consider the depositional setting is always very interesting.

What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a draftsman growing up. 

When did you know you wanted to be a Geologist – how did your passion for your career start?

My career passion started when I took an elective geology 101 course and the introduction to geologic settings, minerals, rock types and structural features inspired me to attain my degree in the subject.

What is a fun fact about you?
I have the best dog in the world, a chihuahua named Helen (I might be bias).

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