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Matrix Advances Accelerated Growth of Firm’s
Environmental Services To New England

Matrix continues explosive progression.

Essex, CT — Matrix New World Engineering (Matrix) is excited to announce the expansion of the company into the New England region, with our newest office in Essex, Connecticut. 

Led by Kim Threlfall, PMP, LEED AP and Paul Stanton, both of whom reside in and have extensive experience working in the State of Connecticut, the Essex office provides National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and state equivalent compliance process expertise, including Connecticut Environmental Policy Act (CEPA), Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA), and New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR) documentation, as well as Section 4(f) and Section 106 compliance/evaluations, environmental permitting, and sustainability / resiliency planning for transportation, energy, utility and other public and private infrastructure developments.

With a combined total of more than 50 years of environmental planning experience, Ms. Threlfall and Mr. Stanton will draw on the technical expertise of over 250 Matrix professional staff located in our regional and national offices to provide a full range of environmental and other related services to the New England market. In addition to the services listed above, the Essex office also offers GIS, land surveying, specialized ecological investigations, coastal engineering, and public outreach services.   

Ms. Threlfall, Director of Environmental Planning – NEPA Practice, is “looking forward to expanding on existing business relationships and pursing opportunities in Southern New England that bring together the current skills and experience of our new Connecticut office with the environmental expertise that Matrix is known for in other regions.” Jayne Warne, PE, President, states, “Matrix is utilizing this reach into New England to fortify us as a larger player in this market."

About Kim Threlfall
Director of Environmental Planning – NEPA Practice, Kim Threlfall is a recognized Project Management Professional (PMP) and LEED AP. With over 20 years in the environmental consulting field, she specializes in the development, management, review, and coordination of multidisciplinary projects that require compliance with NEPA and/or state-equivalent environmental reviews. She is an expert in managing all aspects of a project, including client management; public outreach; scoping; environmental analysis and document review; and ensuring adherence to NEPA and state equivalents requirements.

Ms. Threlfall’s experience includes numerous projects for public and private sector entities, including Connecticut Department of Transportation, Connecticut Airport Authority, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Federal Aviation Administration, and Federal Highway Administration. Recent projects include NEPA/CEPA compliance for the New Haven-Hartford Springfield Rail Program, NEPA/CEPA compliance for the Rehabilitation of Heroes Tunnel, NEPA Environmental Assessment (EA) for the JFK Airport Redevelopment Program, SEQRA compliance for the RFK Bridge New Ramp and Fender Rehabilitation Project, NEPA/SEQRA compliance documents for various Metropolitan Transportation Authority projects in New York City.
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