CES Announces New Hires
BREWER – CES, Inc., a Maine-headquartered firm of engineers, environmental scientists, and land surveyors, is pleased to announce that two respected and experienced technical professionals have joined the company. Charles “Chip” Reeves and Michael “Mike” D. Sauda, MPH, CSP, are in the Engineering and Environmental divisions respectively and increase the depth and expertise to the services that CES offers.
Chip Reeves comes to CES as a Senior Project Manager after a long-spanning career at the town of Bar Harbor most recently as the Public Works Director. Bringing his municipal perceptive to projects for CES clients will help with the overall communication and implementation of design and construction of municipal projects. Reeves will be primarily focused on water and wastewater projects at CES but also has significant solid waste experience. He was the Municipal Review Committee President for 10 years, and worked on a number of projects for the Town of Bar Harbor related to solid waste. He will work from the Brewer office until CES moves to Bangor in 2020.
Mike Sauda, MPH, CSP joins CES as a Senior Project Scientist from an illustrious career at the University of Maine in safety, industrial hygiene and facilities management, most recently as the Director of Safety Management at the University of Maine Systems’ office and the Radiation Safety Officer and Institutional Biosafety Officer at UMaine. Sauda will work with facilities managers across industrial and institutional sectors on all aspects of environmental consulting and compliance, health & safety compliance and industrial hygiene to reduce the risks and liabilities and to facilitate proactive program planning. He will also work from CES’ headquarters in Brewer until the move.
CES, Inc. provides engineering and environmental consulting and land surveying services to clients across the country. In business since 1978, and a Best Place to Work in Maine five years in a row, CES employs over 100 professionals across seven offices located in Maine and one in Fort Myers, Florida. Learn more at www.cesincusa.com.