CURRENT WESTON & SAMPSON NEWS
Weston & Sampson CMR, Inc. is pleased to announce we acquired the Denis L. Maher Company on January 6, 2023.
Jim Forbes authored an article in Roads & Bridges entitled “What Lies Beneath: Utility Coordination Challenges on Roadway and Bridge Construction Projects.” Roadway and bridge construction projects can be challenging. But also having to relocate existing utilities out of the way of these projects prior to the start of construction can add a whole new dimension to the challenges.
The next public engagement event on February 1, 2023 at 7PM will focus on Solutions for Future Flooding.
Weston & Sampson is excited to announce the transition of the role of President from Barbara Cook, PE to Jeff Alberti, LEED® AP in 2023.
Doris Jenkins authored an article in Massachusetts Planning entitled “Using Grant Funding to Promote Tree Equity in Lowell.” American Forests, a non-profit conservation organization dedicated
to protecting and restoring healthy forest ecosystems, defines “tree equity” as having enough trees in an area such that everyone can experience the health, climate, and economic benefits that they provide.
Weston & Sampson’s Indrani Ghosh, PhD joins the Charles River Watershed Association’s Julie Wood in this WBUR piece detailing a new report that finds communities along the Charles River will experience an appreciable increase in flooding within the next 50 years due to climate change.
Weston & Sampson uses Esri’s ArcGIS Online platform to shorten the preliminary development of the CIP. By centralizing an organization’s assets into a universally accessible digital twin, we begin laying the foundation for a responsive, web-based CIP application that grows with changing asset qualities. Weston & Sampson’s CIP Viewer/Generator is designed to respond as asset attributes are updated, so organizations at the start of their inventorying process can benefit.
Johanna Hall and Sam Alpert co-authored an article in NEREJ entitled “Implementing vehicle charging stations is easier than you think.” The interest and demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations is already high and is expected to explode as they become more commonplace as commercial businesses and municipalities alike consider installing them at their facilities.
Timothy Corrigan authored an article in Stormwater entitled “Staying Ahead of the Swell.” To improve urban flood resilience, the cities of Chelsea and Everett, Mass. enter a project to combat the effects of rising sea levels.
Jim Riordan, Cassidy Yates, and Bella Purdy Tisel co-authored an article in High Profile entitled “Chelmsford Making Progress to Meet Key Climate Action Goals.”
Joanna Nadeau authored an article in Planning entitled “Inland Town Preps for Climate Migration with Pandemic Data: How a small town in rural Massachusetts translated lessons from a pandemic population boom into a comprehensive new resilience plan.”
Tim Corrigan authored an article in High Profile entitled “Mitigating the Urban Heat Island Effect in Chelsea.”