HAL welcomes new faces to the team

We are pleased to announce the addition of six employees to Hansen, Allen & Luce (HAL). Photographed from left:

Steve Sowby, P.E., has enjoyed a career in water resources spanning over 40 years. As a project engineer in Utah he assists growing communities by addressing infrastructure needs. During his career Steve has been responsible for hundreds of engineering projects exceeding $100 million in construction costs.

Zak Steele, P.E., joins HAL with seven years’ experience in the analysis and design of pumping stations and potable water transmission mains in a variety of environments, including heavy urban and environmental preserves. A native Utahn, Zak is happy to be back home where he can camp, hike, and rock climb.

Kai Krieger, a former HAL intern, returns after completing a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering at the University of Utah. A native of Bend, Oregon, he enjoys multiple activities including snowboarding, rock climbing, and fly fishing.

Mickey Navidomskis, a recent graduate from the University of Utah, studied civil and environmental engineering, earning a master’s degree in 2019 and a bachelor of science in 2018. He is an avid skier and fly fisherman.

Brent Beales, a civil engineering junior at the University of Utah, has been working for HAL as a student intern since May. He enjoys basketball and previously played rugby for the university.

Kellie Goddard (not pictured) joins HAL as Director of Business Development and Communications. She has led business development, communications, and public relations for professional consulting firms for 23 years. Proud to call Utah home, she enjoys nature and exploring the great outdoors.