We are pleased to announce the addition of five new employees to Hansen, Allen & Luce (HAL), pictured from left:
Aaron Spencer, P.E., joins HAL as project engineer with 15 years of experience in water resources, dam design, hydrology, hydraulics, hydraulic structures, modeling, drainage, project management, construction management, municipal planning, and municipal utility project oversight, design, and administration. Aaron enjoys vacationing and getting outdoors with his family, off-roading, supporting his son in mountain bike racing, or a good sci-fi or fantasy flick.
Scott Greenhalgh has more than 10 years of experience as a geologist. Scott earned a Master of Science in Geology from Brigham Young University and a Bachelor of Science in Geoscience from the University of Utah. When he isn’t sampling and testing Utah’s finest dirt, Scott enjoys fly fishing and hunting.
Stephen Marginson, E.I.T., earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah. He recently returned from a year traveling around Southeast Asia and exploring New Zealand, where he solidified his enthusiasm for environmental restoration, energy efficiency, and water use sustainability. In his spare time, he enjoys skiing, rock climbing, and canyoneering in and around Utah.
Noelle Johnson is a proven team player with over two decades of experience in office management. She will continue the HAL legacy of exceptional client service, assisting with contracts and handling accounts receivable. In her spare time, Noelle enjoys traveling, scrapbooking, trying out new recipes, and hanging out with friends and family.
Laura Moyer is currently working on her Master of Accountancy degree from the University of Scranton. In 2011, she earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah. Laura brings six years of experience in finance and will handle accounts payable. Between scrutinizing numbers and chasing a toddler, Laura enjoys camping, playing board games, and attending the Sundance Film Festival each year.