TRC names Pratt market director for hydropower permitting, licensing

TRC Companies Inc. announces that Jeremy Pratt has joined the company as market director, focused on hydropower licensing in TRC’s new Seattle office.

In this position, Pratt will help develop and lead hydro and environmental regulatory compliance projects, support the growth of TRC’s presence in the Pacific Northwest and help expand the company’s hydro practice nationally, according to a press release.

“We are excited to welcome Jeremy as part of a new Seattle-based team that will allow us to better serve our clients in the region,” said Michael Murphy, TRC’s national market director for hydropower.

Pratt has more than 30 years of experience in hydro licensing and license compliance in California and the Pacific Northwest. He has led large-scale projects in complex regulatory environments under NEPA, FERC and other major federal and state environmental permitting processes. Pratt has led the development of major watershed plans and water supply management plans.

Others joining Pratt in the Seattle office are Kimberly Demuth, a NEPA and cultural resources expert, and Jeff Deason and Shannon Luoma, hydro licensing and environmental permitting project managers.

TRC is an engineering, consulting and construction management firm for the power, environmental, infrastructure and oil and gas markets. The company has more than 4,100 technical professionals and support personnel at more than 120 offices throughout the U.S.

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