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APWA NY 2016 Project of the Year - Environmental

Watervliet Infrastructure Awarded 2016 Project of the Year

On February 3, 2017, the Route 32 Green Infrastructure Improvements Project was honored by the APWA Capital Branch as the 2016 Project of the Year in the Environmental (Less than $1 Million) Category, at the Annual Awards Luncheon in Albany, NY. Weston & Sampson was recognized for its role in the project.

John Figurelli, PG, LEP

John Figurelli, PG, LEP promoted to Vice President

Weston & Sampson is pleased to announce that John Figurelli, PG, LEP has been promoted to Vice President. John serves as Practice Leader for the Energy group and Team Leader for environmental services within the CT and western MA region.

Margaret McCarthy Receives NEWWA Award

Margaret McCarthy, PE Receives NEWWA Award

On December 15, 2016, the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA) presented Weston & Sampson Team Leader Margaret McCarthy, PE, with the Volunteer of the Year Award.

South Carolina Water Cleanup

South Carolina Water Cleanup

Weston & Sampson South Carolina team featured in The Journal, the official publication of the South Carolina American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Association of South Carolina, for their participation in South Carolina’s largest one-day litter cleanup of beaches, marshes, and waterways.

Aerial Photography and Video Services

Weston & Sampson utilizes its own commercially permitted and insured drone, operated by our FAA licensed pilot, to provide clients with aerial photography and video services at project sites.

News & Highlights

2017 WTS Employer of the Year Weston & Sampson Selected as 2017 WTS Employer of the Year - Weston & Sampson has been selected to receive the 2017 WTS Employer of the Year Award by WTS Connecticut, for our advancement of women in transportation.
Volunteer Bridge Building in Haiti - Ken Gendron of Weston & Sampson recently participated in bridge building efforts for and with local Haitian communities. Ken routinely travels to developing countries to volunteer in constructing pedestrian bridges in rural areas.

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