Matrix New World Engineering continues unprecedented growth; expands Environmental Health and Safety practice

Florham Park-based Matrix New World Engineering recently announced the return of Tyler Gilmore to the Matrix family, alongside the recruitment and appointment of Lynn Mazurowski as the head of its rapidly expanding Environmental Health and Safety practice.

Matrix said the duo’s significant expertise and leadership will not only strengthen and expand its team, but reinforce its commitment to providing exceptional services to its clients worldwide.

Mazurowski joins Matrix after leading and growing her own consulting firm since 2001, where she and her team supported diverse private industry clients needing hands-on EHS compliance expertise. Through her experience with hundreds of client organizations, Mazurowski brings a wealth of experience in EHS management, safety management and sustainability. Mazurowski will take the reins of the practice, guiding it toward a continued focus on understanding client needs and exceeding expectations.

Meanwhile, Matrix is happy to welcome back Gilmore, as he once again brings his expertise in industrial hygiene to the forefront. His return signifies the firm’s unwavering dedication to nurturing talent and fostering long-term relationships. With Gilmore’s wealth of knowledge in identifying and mitigating workplace hazards related to chemical, biological and physical agents, Matrix said it is poised to further expand comprehensive industrial hygiene solutions that prioritize safety and well-being.

The firm also recently announced the opening of a new flagship office in Chicago. The location was strategically selected to further advance its support and service to clients nationally. With the addition of this office, the Matrix family of partners now has resources to support clients in over 20 states.

“At Matrix, we believe in pushing boundaries, driving innovation and exceeding expectations. With Lynn leading our EHS practice, supported by Tyler’s return and our existing talented national team, we are poised for substantial growth and success,” Jayne Warne, president, and Sharon Stecker, vice president, said.