Boston’s Haley & Aldrich hires two vice presidents.
Engineering and environmental consulting firm Haley & Aldrich, Boston, has added two vice presidents, each of whom will focus on energy-related work.
Anntonette Alberti Anntonette Alberti has been hired as senior vice president of energy strategy, and Diane Sullivan has been added as vice president of energy development. In a news release announcing the hires, the company says Alberti and Sullivan “will augment the firm’s already robust utility and energy practice by bringing greater depth and breadth in energy infrastructure development and operations to Haley & Aldrich.”
Alberti, who has more than 20 years of experience in the environmental field, joins Haley & Aldrich from an environmental engineering and construction firm where she led a $300 million electric power initiative focused on global provision of environmental, engineering and construction services for power generation, transmission and distribution and storage facilities.
She also has served as the interim executive director for the Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY), sits on the board of the New York Solar Energy Industries Association and is a co-author of the American Wind Energy Association and Canadian Wind Energy Association siting handbooks.
Sullivan joins Haley & Aldrich after 15 years with a land planning, design and environmental consulting firm, where she was a principal and vice president. In her new position she will serve as a program leader drawing from her background as an environmental scientist and regulatory specialist. She has experience in energy project routing/siting, state and federal licensing and permitting, resource surveys, agency consultation, environmental impact analysis and environmental compliance monitoring.
“Anntonette and Diane are seasoned energy professionals, and their blend of in-depth energy market knowledge and technical expertise will not only enhance our ability to serve our clients, but also will bring an even greater level of depth and experience to our practice,” says Marcel Guay, senior vice president and general manager of Haley & Aldrich’s Energy and Infrastructure business unit.
Haley & Aldrich, established in 1957, advises developers, major institutions and Fortune 100 clients on their geotechnical and environmental challenges, serving clients in the energy, property development, manufacturing, mining, utility, heavy infrastructure, aerospace, automotive, education and health care markets in the United States and globally.Diane Sulliva