Andrew Vining (left) and Dincer Kayhan (right)
Farallon is pleased to welcome Mr. Dincer Kayhan as a Staff Geologist, and Mr. Andrew Vining, E.I.T., as a Staff Engineer.
Dincer is a 2011 graduate of Western Washington University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology. His academic coursework included stratigraphy and sedimentation, geophysics, mapping, mineralogy, and advanced structural geology. Dincer has been involved in field studies across the western United States and throughout New Zealand. He also completed an internship in Idaho as a Mining Geologist. As a Staff Geologist with Farallon, Dincer supports environmental site assessments and soil and groundwater sampling projects, is involved in environmental monitoring projects, and provides remediation system operations support.
Andrew recently graduated from the University of Washington with a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering. He also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington, and is a registered Engineer in Training in the state of Washington. Andrew’s environmental engineering experience includes work with a civil engineering firm assisting in design and construction support for a water conveyance system, and groundwater monitoring and reporting. Andrew also has experience in water quality planning with the King County Wastewater Treatment Division, and in wetland assessments in South America. Working in Farallon’s Engineering Group, Andrew provides system support for remedial actions, and participates in the engineering aspects of stormwater management and other environmental projects.