EBC Announces New Additions to Committee and Chapter Leadership Teams

EBC is excited to announce new additions to several committee and chapter leadership teams.

The EBC Energy Resources Committee is pleased to share that Gary McAllister of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. has joined the leadership team.

The EBC New Hampshire Chapter is pleased to share that Raimundo Matos of AECOM has joined the leadership team.

The EBC Connecticut Chapter is excited to announce that Dustin Bytautas of AECOM and Paul Woodworth of Princeton Hydro have joined the leadership team. Paul Woodworth has also joined the EBC Dam Management Committee Leadership Team.

Welcome, all! Additional contact information is below.

Gary McAllister, PE, Sr. Vice President
GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
249 Vanderbilt Avenue Norwood, MA 02062
781.278.3880  //  [email protected]

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Gary has 30 years of engineering experience leading over 600 multi-disciplinary projects including large-scale investigation, design and construction programs across multiple industries in 30 U.S. States and Canadian Provinces. With 15 years focused almost exclusively on Power and Oil & Gas facilities, Gary is also GZA’s Energy Sector Lead; a leadership and advisory role supporting GZA’s practitioners and managers in the successful completion of projects and sustainable business operations and growth in the Energy market.

His areas of specialization are geotechnical engineering with emphasis on civil development, foundations, and hardening for critical infrastructure. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine and is a professional engineer licensed in ME, NH, MA, CT, RI, FL, NC, and GA.

His professional activities include membership with the IEEE Power & Energy Society, and American Society of Civil Engineers.  He has served on the Board of Directors for the Society of American Military Engineers, Piscataqua Post for 8 years, including President, Membership Chair, and Fundraiser Chair, leading the Post to continual years of Distinguished Status, and raising over $40,000 for STEM grants and scholarships. He continues his long track record of active involvement in professional societies, coordinating and hosting technical meetings, and authoring and presenting over 20 technical papers, industry newsletters and infrastructure reports.

Raimundo J. Matos, PhD, LSP, Senior Project Manager
AECOM
1155 Elm Street, Suite 401, Manchester, NH 03101
603.606.4808   //  [email protected]

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Mr. Raimundo (Rai) Matos, PhD, LSP is an AECOM Senior Project Manager located in AECOM’s Manchester office with twenty years of experience as an environmental consultant and project manager conducting assessment and remediation of properties primarily in New England, New York and Internationally. His experience has focused on initial environmental due diligence investigations (for both sellers and buyers), subsurface site investigations, vapor intrusion evaluations, hazardous waste management, and coordination, review and implementation of remedial strategies. Mr. Matos has been a Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional of Record (LSP-of-Record) or has provided LSP support for a number of Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) projects under the Massachusetts privatized hazardous waste site cleanup program, including industrial facilities, airport facilities, and retail stations. Mr. Matos has also extensive experience as an environmental regulatory and policy advisor for both US-based and international corporations throughout Latin America; including advising on jurisdiction-specific environmental regulations, policy issues and risks. As part of this role, he has represented clients in negotiations and hearings before the local environmental authorities of the Dominican Republic, Panama, Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua, among others.

Dustin Bytautas, PE, Project Manager, Environment
AECOM
500 Enterprise Drive, Suite 1A, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
860.263.5771  //  [email protected]

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Mr. Dustin Bytautas is a Project Manager and Section Manager located in AECOM’s Connecticut office. Mr. Bytautas is a Professional Engineer with over 14 years of experience in engineering, design, and project management of large-scale remediation projects in the US and internationally. Dustin manages a staff of environmental engineers, scientists, and project managers supporting AECOM’s Connecticut and Rhode Island offices. He manages staff in areas of environmental services including:  site assessment, remediation, brownfields redevelopment, wetlands protection, stormwater, and environmental regulatory compliance at the federal, state, and local level. He has been responsible for the direction of teams comprised of multi-discipline technical experts and support staff to meet the objectives of clients with a focus on delivery, quality, schedule and financial management at projects located throughout the US. He is a technical expert in chemical oxidation and bioremediation remediation. Dustin received a BS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Connecticut.

Paul Woodworth, CERP, Fluvial Geomorphologist, Senior Project Manager
Princeton Hydro
931 Main Street, Suite 2, South Glastonbury, CT 06073
860.652.8911  //  [email protected]

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Restoring natural fluvial processes and reconnecting rivers has been the primary inspiration throughout Paul’s career.  Paul has been supporting ecological restoration projects for over 10 years at Princeton Hydro, including road-stream crossings, wetland restorations, and over 50 completed dam removals in the northeastern US.  Paul came to Princeton Hydro with a BA in Biology and Environmental Studies from Middlebury College, and an MA focused Fluvial Geomorphology from the University of Connecticut.  In 2020, he became a Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner by the Society of Ecological Restoration.  He applies ecology and fluvial geomorphology to assess river impacts, and determine channel responses to removing barriers and restoring river functions. When not working for rivers, Paul enjoys paddling rivers and hiking trails with his wife and two kids.