During Pride Month we are sharing the stories of LGBTQ+ employee-owners at Parametrix. Meet Chloe Nichol, an engineer with the Bremerton, WA environmental planning and compliance team. She recently moved to the Puget Sound region from Portland, OR. She joined Parametrix in January 2021.
Tell us about your career. What do you do? Tell us about a project you’re working on currently or a project you have worked on that you’re proud of.
Parametrix is the first engineering company I have worked with out of college. I started in the Oregon water group during COVID and have since moved to the Bremerton EP&C group. Both groups have consistently provided me work for most of my time at Parametrix and I am always excited to get to think through new types of projects.
One of the most interesting projects I had the opportunity to assist with required the development of a... (more)
By Asa Reyes-Chavez, EIT
A group of students and staff with the University of Washington Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) visited Parametrix’s Seattle office on Friday, May 6. The group included international students from China and India majoring in Communications, Civil Engineering, and Computer Science.
FIUTS is a nonprofit organization that was founded at the University of Washington in 1948. The organization focuses on promoting international understanding and community with a vision of a global community tied to the Pacific Northwest in which people are connected through friendship, mutual respect, and a commitment to international understanding. Learn more about FIUTS here.