People: Matt Herrick, Scott McNulty take positions on Broadbent & Associates board

Matt Herrick

Matt Herrick

Broadbent & Associates announced the appointment of Matt Herrick to its board of directors as board member at-large and the promotion of existing board member and current secretary, Scott McNulty, to vice president.

Herrick, currently serving as the Reno manager and principal hydrogeologist at Broadbent, brings over two decades of experience in environmental and hydrogeologic investigations across the western United States.

Holding certifications as a professional geologist, certified hydrogeologist, and certified environmental manager, Herrick has been an invaluable asset to Broadbent since joining the team in 2001.

With a Bachelor of Science in geophysics and a Master of Science in hydrogeology from the University of Nevada, Reno, his expertise and leadership have played a pivotal role in the success of numerous complex projects.

Notably, he serves on the board of trustees for the Nevada Water Resources Association, showcasing his commitment to advancing environmental stewardship beyond his professional endeavors across the state.

Scott McNulty

In addition to his promotion to vice president, McNulty will continue his duties as air/stack testing manager and principal geologist.

McNulty, a seasoned PG, CHG and CEM, has been an integral part of Broadbent's success story since 1995. McNulty developed the Air Quality Permitting and Stack Testing divisions of Broadbent in the late 1990s.

He currently oversees a staff of 14 air quality professionals that perform emissions testing, ambient air monitoring, reporting, modeling, permitting, and compliance negotiation work with most air quality regulatory jurisdictions in the western United States.

With over 29 years of experience in soil, water, and air investigations, McNulty has consistently demonstrated his dedication to quality leadership within the company.

His contributions have been instrumental in advancing Broadbent's culture and their capabilities in environmental consulting services.


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