Brown and Caldwell Promote R&D Deputy Director
Brown and Caldwell has promoted Allegra da Silva to its research and development deputy director. For most of her career, da Silva has led environment R&D projects in water and wastewater.
Brown and Caldwell (Walnut Creek, Calif.) has promoted Allegra da Silva to research and development deputy director.
For over two decades, da Silva has worked in environmental engineering consulting to focus on pioneering research and development projects in the water and wastewater sector. She co-led the launch of Brown and Caldwell's PFAS initiative, helping utilities navigate the rapidly evolving regulatory landscape with a common goal of protecting public health and the environment.
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