Dorothy Richter promotes Jeffrey Reid, P. G., and Robert Garfield to Vice President Positions

Jeff Reid and Rob Garfield promoted to Vice President positions

Jeff Reid (L) & Rob Garfield (R)

Hager-Richter’s President, Dorothy Richter,  has promoted Jeffrey Reid, P.G., and Robert Garfield to Vice President positions.  Mr. Reid, based in Hager-Richter’s Salem, NH Headquarters, began his career with the firm in 1987.  Mr. Garfield joined Hager-Richter in 2003 and leads the firm’s New York/New Jersey Regional Office in Fords, NJ.

“Jeff and Rob are extraordinary natural leaders and excellent managers who enhance our efforts to deliver best-in-class geophysical services while maintaining strong client relationships,” said Dorothy Richter, the owner and founding principal of Hager-Richter.  “Both possess significant experience in providing spectacular technical results on projects to our clients, often under daunting conditions.  Their enormous enthusiasm for what they do is inspiring to our staff and our clients.  Their promotions help secure the long term growth of Hager-Richter.”

Jeffrey A. Reid, P. G.
Vice President, Senior Geophysicist
Base: Salem, NH – Headquarters
Strength: Extensive experience in surface and borehole geophysics

Jeff has directly participated in all aspects of H-R’s engineering geology and geophysical projects in the 25 years he has been with the firm.  He has participated in H-R’s geophysical surveys at sites across the US and internationally.  Mr. Reid has a B.S. in Geology from Hartwick College.  He is a Professional Geologist licensed in New Hampshire and Wyoming.


Robert L. Garfield
Vice President, Senior Borehole Geophysicist
Base: Fords, NJ – NY/NJ Regional Office
Strength: Extensive experience in urban borehole geophysics

Rob has a B.S. in Geology from Bucknell University.  He joined Hager-Richter in 2003 and has been the lead geophysicist for high resolution borehole geophysical surveys for critical structures (tunnels, dams, highways & bridges, high-rise buildings, power facilities, etc.) across the US.  He currently leads Hager-Richter borehole geophysical logging practice and Hager-Richter’s NY/NJ Regional Office.