Walden Environmental Engineering PLLC would like to welcome its newest addition, Amie Longjohn!
Amie is joining Walden as an engineering Co-op from Hofstra University. She looks forward to applying the critical thinking and analytical skills she has picked up in her 3.5 years as a Civil Engineering Major and Math Minor to help serve the needs of Walden’s clients.
Walden is challenging her to set personal goals and gain confidence in a variety of environmental engineering projects. She has eagerly jumped in, getting involved with Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and New York City Department of Environmental Protection Community Right-To-Know Tier II Filing for potentially hazardous chemicals.
She is already fitting in very well! Check out Amie and Walden Principal, Joseph Heaney participating in an unexpected Twin Day!
Amie is working as a Resident Advisor in the dormitories at Hofstra during her 8 months at Walden. Much of her coursework has centered on structural design; her senior design project involved the design of a roof for a workshop in Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City. She looks forward to building upon her civil/structural engineering foundation with a variety of environmental projects.
Walden’s Core Values
Walden holds social responsibility and community involvement as core values. Walden Environmental Engineering participates in the Hofstra University Co-op program to allow students the opportunity to take on practical responsibility and gain real-world experience before graduation. Amie is our second co-op student since the program began in 2015.