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 Good News: Rock graduate leads environmental work for California company 



SRU Good News for Feb. 12, 2008


Rock graduate leads environmental work for California company 


Brad Mullner, a 1996 Slippery Rock University graduate, has been named a project manager for industrial hygiene at California-headquartered Partner Engineering and Science Inc. Partner, which operates five offices in the U.S, provides environmental site assessments services nationwide and in Canada.

            Mullner is responsible for project oversight, staff supervision, report review and client management at the company's El Segundo office.

            Before joining Partner, Mullner spent 13 years in the environmental and consulting and remediation oversight fields. He has worked as a field technician, staff scientist, geologist, industrial hygienist and project manger. He has provided turn-key consulting services to private property owners, commercial real estate companies and government agencies.

            Mullner received a bachelor of science in environmental studies and a minor in English from SRU. He is a member of the Indoor Air Quality Association and a certified environmental consultant.


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