CURRENT WESTON & SAMPSON NEWS
Leah Stanton’s article in Water Environment Federation’s Water Environment & Technology Magazine, “Better Than New: When Upgrading a 50-Year-Old Water Treatment Facility Makes More Sense Than Replacing It,” highlights the innovative decision by Peabody, Massachusetts, to upgrade rather than replace its 50-year-old Winona Water Treatment Plant (WTP).
Weston & Sampson’s Mike Kapareiko, PG, LEP and Joe Orlando present “Irrigation Water-Supply Source Development and Management” at the 2024 Northeast Irrigation Expo and Conference.
Weston & Sampson is a proud sponsor, exhibitor, and presenter at the South Carolina Environmental Conference (SCEC) taking place March 10-13, 2024 at the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
Weston & Sampson’s Kim Morganello spoke with Dr. Liz Fly on The Nature Conservancy’s “Conversing with Nature” podcast! In this episode the discussion focused on the resiliency of nature & opportunities to engage communities and incorporate local research into place-based design.
Weston & Sampson would like to announce several key promotions within the company. Please join us in congratulating these individuals on their accomplishments!
We’re thrilled to share that Weston & Sampson has been named one of SC Biz News inaugural 2023 Empowering Women award winners!
To expedite the schedule that required the first new units be available by September 2022, Weston & Sampson worked with UMass to design the demolition and construction phasing to facilitate immediate P3 redevelopment.
Weston & Sampson’s George Naslas, PG, LSP details how Brownfields redevelopment is sometimes not just about economic development in this New England Real Estate Journal article.
Whether a master-planning idea emerges from public-outreach efforts, community initiatives, or common needs, an idea takes hold and exploration ensues.
Fast-track design and implementation of the Challenge & Reach Academy’s first fire sprinkler system in its 126-year-old building in Worcester.
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 is pleased to announce the addition of Brooker Engineering, PLLC to the Weston & Sampson family of companies.