HAL welcomes four new faces in Fall 2022

Ted Wallace (top left) joined HAL in September as a geologist. He brings direct experience conducting subsurface investigations, aquifer testing, well installation, and soil/groundwater sampling. Ted earned his BS degree in Environmental Geoscience from the University of Utah. Ted enjoys remodeling his home, going on walks with his two pups, hiking, and visiting national parks.

Trey McGhin, P.E. (top right), is happy to call Utah his home once again. A licensed professional engineer in Utah and Colorado, Trey’s work experience includes seven years in water resources engineering and system modeling. Trey earned his MS and BS degrees in Civil Engineering from Brigham Young University. When he is not at work, he enjoys chasing his kids around the house, trying to make his wife laugh, and cooking meals for the family.

Drew Wangsgard (bottom left) earned his MS and BS degrees in Water Resource Engineering from the University of Utah. Drew will assist with the development of drinking water systems with an emphasis on wells. He enjoys outdoor activities such as golf, volleyball, hiking, and skiing. When not outside, he enjoys reading and playing with his dog.

Connor Butterfield, P.E. (bottom right), has focused on designing models to determine the downstream effects of pre- and post-construction flows. A Utah licensed professional engineer, Connor brings experience in optimization, data analysis, and energy efficiency. Connor earned his BS degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah. Connor will be supporting the modeling and Aquafficiency team. In his spare time, Connor enjoys surfing snow in the winter, water when it’s warm, flying airplanes, and riding motocross and mountain bikes whenever time allows.

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