Patricio M. Pinto Joins EBC Board Nominating Committee

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Patricio M. Pinto, Member of the EBC Board of Directors, as well as Senior Vice President and Principal at EBC Member Company, Sanborn Head & Associates, has been selected to join EBC’s Board Nominating Committee. Tricia has been a long time supporter of the EBC and looks to add her industry knowledge and support to the committee.

Patricio M. Pinto, Senior Vice President and Principal
Sanborn Head & Associates, Inc.
1 Technology Park Drive, Westford, MA 01886
978.577.1012 | email

Tricia’s Bio:

Tricia is a Senior Vice President and Board Member at Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc., a firm specializing in environmental and geotechnical engineering, with offices throughout New England and beyond. Tricia leads Sanborn Head’s Developer Client Service Area, a group which provides services to the greater Boston real estate development market. With 18 years in the industry, Tricia has focused on evaluation of business environmental risk in support of real estate negotiations in the development industry, as well as investigating and remediating contamination for industrial clients. Her key areas of practice include hydrogeologic and environmental investigations, remedial system design and implementation, and environmental due diligence.

Tricia is a Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional (LSP), a Massachusetts Professional Engineer (P.E.) and a Connecticut Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP). Tricia’s strong technical background and understanding of environmental issues complements her working knowledge of regulations governing hazardous waste site cleanup activities, including the Massachusetts Contingency Plan and Connecticut Remediation Standard Regulations.

Tricia has a B.S. in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from Cornell University (1996) and a M.Eng. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2000).

Tricia participates as an active member of several professional associations, such as Geoprofessional Business Association (GBA formerly ASFE), Boston Bar Association (BBA), WTS-Boston, Environmental Professionals of Connecticut, LSP Association, and Urban Land Institute (ULI). Tricia has also served on NAIOP’s Membership and Marketing Committee and she currently serves on CREW Boston’s Membership Committee and is co-chair of WTS-Boston’s Programs Committee.