Weston & Sampson Engineers is providing Owner’s Representative services to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) on its Red Line/Orange Line Infrastructure Improvements Program.
The Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) announced that Weston & Sampson is the recipient of the Nicholas Humber Environmental –Energy Award for Outstanding Collaboration, in recognition of outstanding public-private collaboration.
Weston & Sampson’s structural engineering group conducted an inspection of the signature pedestrian suspension bridge (ca. 1867), which crosses the lagoon at the historic Public Garden (ca. 1837) in Boston.
The Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) announced that Michael J. Scipione, President of Weston & Sampson, is the recipient of the 2016 EBC Stephen G. Lewis Merit Award for Service to the Environmental – Energy Industry.
Members of Weston & Sampson were on hand on June 29, 2016 for the opening of Ferrous Park, the city’s latest open space — a collaboration between the city and Groundwork Lawrence.
Weston & Sampson continues its growth in Vermont with the addition of stormwater expert Shane Mullen, PE.
Data management practices and funding available to help communities fully replace lead service lines. Recent news has increased public awareness of lead in drinking water, resulting in utilities looking for ways to manage their compliance programs and identify areas of concern in their distribution system.
Drinking water sampling for the VTDEC for the presence of PFOA in North Bennington and Bennington, VT.
Celebrating the one year anniversary of our Employee Stock Ownership Program. “Foodies” from our Connecticut office gathered to nosh on wings and the beer of a fellow ESOP company, Harpoon Brewery.
Weston & Sampson performed a project that required historical existing documents to be scanned and indexed to CD\DVD for archiving. The almost 100 year old rolled historical plans (up to 42 inches by 27 feet) were carefully placed between clear sheets of plastic to protect them from damage during the scanning process. The scanned images were then geo-referenced, tiled, and re-printed into a more manageable a 42 inch by 36 inch map book.