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TRC Appoints Thomas W. Bennet, Jr. as Chief Financial Officer.

Industry Veteran Brings Operations and Financial Experience to Management Team

LOWELL, Mass. -- TRC (NYSE: TRR) today announced that it has appointed Thomas W. Bennet, Jr., 48, as senior vice president and chief financial officer, effective June 2, 2008. Bennet replaces Carl Paschetag who held the CFO position since April 2006.

TRC Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Chris Vincze said, "Tom possesses the finance and operations expertise necessary to support TRC as we move into the next stage of our turnaround and begin to optimize much of our organization. He brings a wealth of knowledge in a variety of crucial areas. In addition, Tom has extensive experience with the Vision reporting system. We are pleased to welcome a seasoned professional like Tom to our management team."

"We also would like to extend our sincere thanks to Carl for all of his hard work during the past two years at TRC," said Vincze. "He was instrumental in the development and execution of our three-year turnaround strategy, which is more than halfway complete. We wish him well with his future endeavors."

Bennet said, "It is exciting to join TRC at such an important juncture in the Company's turnaround. I believe the market opportunities available to TRC are significant, and I look forward to the opportunity to contribute to the Company's growth."

Prior to joining TRC, Bennet founded the Bennet Consulting Group, LLC, where he was working with a Utah-based energy services firm specializing in nuclear and environmental services. Before that, he held the position of Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance at Yankee Atomic Electric Company and Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power. Bennet began his career in the field as manager of financial planning and assistant treasurer at Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power. In a series of financial management positions of increasing responsibility culminating in his appointment as Chief Financial Officer of Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power, Bennet oversaw the development and management of $50 million to $100 million annual operating budgets for two nuclear power corporations. Bennet holds Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees from the University of Georgia.

About TRC

TRC is a customer-focused company that creates and implements sophisticated and innovative solutions to the challenges facing America's environmental, infrastructure, power, and transportation markets. The Company is also a leading provider of technical, financial, risk management, and construction services to commercial and government customers across the country. For more information, visit TRC's website at

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