LAS VEGAS— Broadbent & Associates, Inc. (Broadbent), a full-service environmental, water resource, and civil engineering firm, is expanding their Las Vegas team with the addition of Taylor Musarra as a new project engineer. Musarra joins Broadbent from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) where she is completing her master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering.
“At Broadbent we are dedicated to working with the best and brightest in the industry and we couldn’t be more excited to have Taylor join our Las Vegas team,” said Kirk Stowers, principal geologist at Broadbent. “We are always looking for bright, young, talented engineers and strive to support students as they start their careers as well as providing opportunities for local students.”
Musarra earned her bachelor’s degree from UNLV where she studied civil and environmental engineering. Her focus during her undergraduate studies and current master’s studies has been on environmental and water resources engineering. Her experience includes working at the research laboratories at UNLV and the Southern Nevada Water District where her research emphasized bioremediation and cyanobacteria. Musarra’s new role as project engineer at Broadbent will be to design water and wastewater treatment systems with the goal of bringing waters of varying quality to standards as outlined by local and federal regulations.
Broadbent is one of the leading environmental consultants in Las Vegas and supports both public and private projects throughout Nevada and the surrounding area. Broadbent’s Las Vegas division offers services in air quality permitting, stack testing, civil engineering and water and wastewater facility operations. The Las Vegas team is comprised of approximately 30 professionals who work on a variety of projects across multiple markets including hospitality, mining, municipal facilities, and gas stations.