Fast-track design and implementation of the Challenge & Reach Academy’s first fire sprinkler system in its 126-year-old building in Worcester.
Weston & Sampson assisted the Town of Portland in transforming the purchased Goodrich property into a recreational facility by developing plans, reviewing conditions and budgets, exploring grant options, conducting public outreach, aiding in permitting, and providing construction support.
Weston & Sampson recently completed a master planning process, which included a pop-up tent and display at an outdoor event, on-line survey, numerous public engagement sessions and meetings with a half dozen stakeholder groups.
Weston & Sampson provided large-scale planning, design, engineering, and permitting services for the renovation of Page Park in Bristol Connecticut. The existing 80-acre park includes a network of vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle circulation paths, parking, water courses, a pond supported by a dam, disc course, sledding hills, pavilion, pool and bath house, tennis and basketball […]
Weston & Sampson contracted with Columbia Construction to install a fully tiled stainless-steel pool and spa. The project was unusual due to the fact that the pool was built after the deck and required transporting the pieces of the pool up the elevator and then welding in place. The new plumbing system was tied into […]
This article summarizes the development of a mass balance model for the managers of a southern New Hampshire reservoir to forecast likely future reservoir levels to guide water supplier decision making and balance the need for a consistent drinking water supply with ecological needs.
Weston & Sampson performed landscape architecture, engineering, and construction phase services related to the replacement of Vanacore Running Track located at North Haven Middle School.
Weston & Sampson is pleased to announce the addition of Brooker Engineering, PLLC to the Weston & Sampson family of companies.
Weston & Sampson’s Malcolm Beeler details Brownfields redevelopment and recent PCB regulations in this New England Real Estate Journal article.
Good planning and effective communication between project partners have proven to be the keys to operations success with the seasonal variations in a school’s onsite #wastewatertreatment system. Weston & Sampson’s Bill Idarola explains the factors to consider, in this issue of High-Profile magazine.