CURRENT WESTON & SAMPSON NEWS
Weston & Sampson is pleased to announce the addition of MA Engineering Consultants, Inc. (MAEC) to the Weston & Sampson family of companies.
Weston & Sampson moved up to the #142 spot in the 2019 ENR Top 500 list of design firms. Weston & Sampson has ranked as a top design firm nearly every year since it’s debut on the list in 1988.
Weston & Sampson is exhibiting at the Connecticut Water Pollution Abatement Association (CWPAA) 34th Annual Trade Show on Thursday, April 25, 2019, at the New Life Church in Wallingford CT.
On March 22, 2019, Maine DEP issued a memorandum requiring all biosolids handling facilities sample for PFAS by May 7, 2019. Given the aggressive schedule, you may have questions. We can assist you.
Brandon Kunkel, RLA and Julie Eaton discuss sea level rise and climate resilient design elements at Langone Park and Puopolo Playground in Boston, MA.
Managers of drinking water sources across the country are finding the emerging contaminants PFCs above EPA and individual state health advisory levels. Weston & Sampson has experience assessing and remediating PFASs in drinking water in many locations.
Weston & Sampson exhibiting and presenting at the 2019 NEWWA Spring Conference in Worcester, MA.
Effective March 11, 2019, Weston & Sampson’s Peabody, MA office at 5 Centennial Drive has relocated to 55 Walkers Brook Drive, Suite 100, Reading, MA 01867.
Weston & Sampson received two Engineering Excellence Awards during the 2019 ACEC-SC Engineering Excellence Gala – “BCWS PS001 Rehabilitation” for Berkeley County Water and Sanitation and “Church Creek Stormwater Basin Study” for the City of Charleston, SC.
Weston & Sampson proud to share expertise at these presentations during the NEWEA 2019 annual conference January 28 – 30 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place.
Trenchless Technology Magazine has once again included us in the Top 50 Trenchless Design Firms list. Weston & Sampson ranks 21st for 2018.
Weston & Sampson is honored to lead the master planning efforts for the renovation of Boston Common, America’s first public park.