Moore joins Otak’s Redmond office

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Courtney Moore has joined Otak as a water resource analyst and scientist in the Water and Natural Resources Group.

Otak, Inc., an engineering, urban design, architecture and planning firm, announced recently that Courtney Moore has joined Otak its company.

She will be working out of the firm’s Redmond.

Moore joined Otak as a water resource analyst and scientist in the Water and Natural Resources Group.

With five years of experience, she has expertise in the practical application of field data collection and monitoring systems for surface water models and surface water monitoring and gaging equipment through numerous applications on the West Coast.

Moore earned her master’s from the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Washington and her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and music from Mount Holyoke College. She is currently working on the City of Redmond’s 40th Street Stormwater Trunkline Extension and Zackuse Creek Culvert Replacement and Stream Realignment for the City of Sammamish.

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