SOURCE: Haley & Aldrich

Haley & Aldrich

May 02, 2013 12:07 ET

Haley & Aldrich Announces the Addition of Anntonette Alberti as Senior Vice President of Energy Strategy, and Diane Sullivan as Vice President of Energy Development

Senior Additions Augment Breadth and Depth of Firm's Electric & Gas Utilities and Energy Development Practice

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - May 2, 2013) - Environmental and engineering firm Haley & Aldrich today announced that Anntonette Alberti, Senior Vice President of Energy Strategy, and Diane Sullivan, Vice President of Energy Development, have joined the firm. Alberti and Sullivan will augment the firm's already robust utility and energy practice by bringing greater depth and breadth in energy infrastructure development and operations to Haley & Aldrich. 

With more than 20 years of experience in the environmental field, Alberti joins Haley & Aldrich from a large-scale environmental engineering and construction firm where she led the $300M Electric Power Initiative -- an initiative focused on global provision of environmental, engineering and construction services for power generation, transmission and distribution, and storage facilities. She brings to Haley & Aldrich's client base deep experience in strategic planning, regulatory and permitting strategy, organic growth and acquisition strategy, and construction support. Alberti is an attorney, has served as the Interim Executive Director for the Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY), sits on the Board of Directors of the New York Solar Energy Industries Association, and is a co-author of the American Wind Energy Association and Canadian Wind Energy Association Siting Handbooks.

Sullivan joins Haley & Aldrich after 15 years with a multidisciplinary land planning, design and environmental consulting firm, where she was a Principal/Vice President. With Haley & Aldrich, she will serve as a program leader leveraging her background as an environmental scientist and regulatory specialist. She brings strong experience in energy project routing/siting, state and federal licensing and permitting, resource surveys, agency consultation, environmental impact analysis, and environmental compliance monitoring. She has specialized expertise in state and federal permitting and licensing of telecommunication, electric transmission, gas transmission, and renewable energy/utility projects, and has served as an expert witness on related regulatory matters. With a bachelor of science in Environmental Science & Forestry from the State University of New York, Sullivan is an active member of AWEA, the New York State Wetlands Forum, and the Society of Wetlands Scientists.

"Anntonette and Diane are seasoned energy professionals, and their blend of in-depth energy market knowledge and technical expertise will not only enhance our ability to serve our clients, but also will bring an even greater level of depth and experience to our practice," said Marcel Guay, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Haley & Aldrich's Energy and Infrastructure Business Unit. "We are thrilled they have joined the firm and look forward to sharing their experience in energy infrastructure development and operations with our clients."

Alberti and Sullivan will focus on meeting the needs of Haley & Aldrich's energy clients through a comprehensive program of strategic, environmental, and engineering services. Haley & Aldrich works with energy developers and utilities from early stage due diligence and engagement with developers and investors, through project development and operations.

About Haley & Aldrich
For more than 55 years, Haley & Aldrich has been advising developers, major institutions and Fortune 100 clients on their geotechnical and environmental challenges. Established in 1957 with a focus on underground engineering and problem solving, today Haley & Aldrich has a resume of more than 25,000 engineering and environmental consulting projects and 27 offices nationwide. Haley & Aldrich serves clients in the aerospace, automotive, education, energy, healthcare, property development, manufacturing, mining, utility, and heavy infrastructure markets in the United States and abroad.

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