Normandeau Associates is founded by Donald Normandeau, Ph.D., Manchester, NH.
Normandeau expands into NY.
Normandeau is purchased by ThermoElectron (Now Thermo Fisher Scientific), a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Waltham, MA.
Thermo Electron appoints Pam Hall, Vice President, as President of Normandeau Associates.
Normandeau expands into the southeast through acquisition of a company in New Ellenton, SC (now Aiken, SC).
Normandeau expands into the mid-Atlantic with the purchase of a company based in PA.
ThermoElectron divests of non-core businesses; Normandeau senior management lead the effort to purchase the company and make it employee-owned through a leveraged ESOP.
Normandeau becomes a privately owned, woman-led business, with Pam Hall as President/CEO.
Normandeau establishes an office in Vancouver, WA, in order to support its business expansion in the Pacific Northwest.
Normandeau acquires a company in MA in order to expand its energy sector business and marine science capabilities.
Bob Varney, former USEPA Region 1 Administrator, and Col (ret.) Curt Thalken, former USACE New England District Commander are hired.
Normandeau acquires a company in FL to support expansion of its wind energy services and technology development.
Normandeau acquires a company in northern CA to expand its fisheries and instream flow capabilities.
Senior management from 2000 buyout sell remaining shares to company; Normandeau becomes 100% employee-owned through the ESOP.
Curt Thalken is promoted to Senior Vice President/COO; Bob Varney becomes President; Pam Hall remains CEO and is elected Board Chair.
Normandeau establishes an office in Charlotte, NC.