Markunas and Hays Join Woods Hole Group

Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Peter Markunas of Eastham and Beth Hays of Brewster have joined the Woods Hole Group as Coastal Engineer and Environmental Permitting Specialist, respectively. Markunas brings over 35 years of experience in engineering and environmental design, planning, and construction. For the past twenty years, Markunas has been a presence in New England, with specific focus on the lower Cape Cod region of Massachusetts. He has been heavily involved in the protection of shoreline properties, marina design and dredging of piers, boathouses, and boat ramps for municipalities and private interests. While working with Markunas for the past 6 years on environmental permitting and client communications, Hays has cultivated close working relationships with various regulatory agencies and program regulators throughout New England.

Markunas holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Hays holds an Associates Degree in Applied Science from Paul Smith’s College.

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