Tryck Nyman Hayes Inc.
Tryck Nyman Hayes Inc. has hired several new employees at its Anchorage office. Pierre Stragier is a senior engineer in the civil department. Stragier, who earned a degree in civil engineering, is a registered engineer and land surveyor in Alaska. Gerry Kintz is a senior transportation engineer. Also a civil engineer, he retired last year after 33 years with the state Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Jill Kovalsky, is the company's new landscape architecture department manager. Kovalsky, a registered landscape architect, has 20 years of experience in land planning, commercial development, parks and recreation master planning, and residential design. Matthew Sill sill
In geology, a tabular igneous intrusion emplaced parallel to the bedding of the enclosing rock. Although they may have inclined orientations, nearly horizontal sills are most common. joins Tryck Nyman Hayes' Waterfront Engineering Department full-time after graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks UAF is home to seven major research units: the Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station; the Geophysical Institute, which operates the Poker Flat Research Range; the International Arctic Research Center; the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center; the Institute of Arctic Biology; the . He is providing construction oversight on the Seward South Harbor project and Tesoro's Nikiski dock rehabilitation rehabilitation: see physical therapy. project. Eric Morey joins the landscape architecture department. He has worked as a summer intern intern /in·tern/ (in´tern) a medical graduate serving in a hospital preparatory to being licensed to practice medicine.
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n. before earning a degree in landscape architecture from Clemson University Clemson University, at Clemson, S.C.; coeducational; land-grant; state supported; opened in 1893 as a college, gained university status in 1964. The university includes programs in textile and computer research, wildlife biology, and aquaculture and maintains .