The City of Chelsea retained the services of Weston & Sampson to transform an industrial freight corridor, Beacham Street and Williams Street, connecting commercial downtown centers in Chelsea and Everett into a safe and purposeful way with multi-modal transportation systems suitable for each local industry and the broader community.
ACEC Massachusetts 2023 Engineering Excellence Gold Award The City of Peabody selected Weston & Sampson to design, assist with bidding, provide SRF loan application assistance and perform on-site resident & office oversight during construction of upgrades to the Winona Water Treatment Plant (WTP). The WTP, a 50-year old conventional 3 MGD surface water treatment plant, […]
Services for PFAS removal and phased construction of an existing water treatment facility in Portsmouth, NH.
Town-wide flow metering project of the sanitary sewer system.
Assistance with a hydrogeologic evaluation of the Dunham Place wellfield property and locating, designing, and constructing a 3 million-gallons-per-day (MGD) production well.
Boston Planning & Development Agency
Weston & Sampson was selected as part of a team to develop design options that advance flood protection along parts of the East Boston waterfront while at the same time ensuring waterfront access and enhancing nearby coastal habitat.
Collier County, FL
Detailed bridge condition analysis and construction documents for rehabilitation.
Green infrastructure pilot projects were implemented to reduce flood risk and provide climate resilient adaptations.
The majority of work completed by Weston & Sampson is focused on assisting communities and state agencies with municipal projects, including development and implementation of infrastructure plans as they relate to drainage, water, sewer, and roadways; environmental assessment in support of property acquisition and redevelopment; design of parks, playgrounds, and open spaces; implementation of climate resilient and renewable energy solutions; and more.
All of our municipal/state projects involve close interaction with our clients and the public and are not completed without community and stakeholder input and presentations. As a matter of routine, our projects adhere to local, state, and federal regulatory requirements, and we successfully obtain permits from local, state, and federal boards and commissions for proposed work on our applicable projects. Our approach to municipal consulting is always to place the interest of the community/state first. We work with municipalities and state agencies to help them protect natural resources and ensure that development efforts are reflective of their values.