Broadbent & Associates, Inc. (Broadbent), a full-service environmental, water resource, and civil engineering firm, is pleased to announce the hire of new stack technician, David Ferrari.
Ferrari, a Las Vegas resident for 10 years, has an associates degree in science with a minor in geology and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in chemistry with a minor in applied physics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).
“We are thrilled to have David Ferrari joining our team as a stack technician,” said Scott McNulty, principal geologist and air quality division manager at Broadbent. “David’s background in chemistry will be a valuable addition to the Broadbent air quality division. At Broadbent we are committed to working with the best and brightest in the industry and we are looking forward to David’s future with the company.”
Ferrari is a member of several professional organizations including the American Chemical Society. He completed a NASA student internship at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center and was part of the 2016 winning team at the NCAS robotics competition. Ferrari boasts being a three-time recipient of NASA’s Space Consortium Research Grant.
Prior to joining Broadbent, Ferari worked in the steel industry as a sales representative. When Ferrari is not studying or working in the field, he enjoys time with his wife Mindi and their five children. Ferrari also enjoys the arts and uses his free time to paint, draw, sculpt and create miniature dioramas.