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’s Malcolm Beeler details Brownfields redevelopment and recent PCB regulations in this New England Real Estate Journal article.
Good planning and effective communication between project partners have proven to be the keys to operations success with the seasonal variations in a school’s onsite #wastewatertreatment system. Weston & Sampson’s Bill Idarola explains the factors to consider, in this issue of High-Profile magazine.
Michael Smith, PE co-authored an article in Journal of the New England Water Environment Association entitled “Performance of DAF Thickening for FOG Removal in Liquid Soap Manufacturing.” A contract manufacturer of soap and skincare products in Vermont needed to reduce its fats, oils, and grease (FOG) load to the local wastewater treatment plant in Essex. To achieve that goal, the manufacturer turned to a pretreatment process technology, dissolved air flotation (DAF), to lower the FOG prior to discharge to the town’s wastewater collection system.
By Scott Henriques, PE, LEED AP, CEM and James Barron What do you do with an historic, 1800s vintage, one-room schoolhouse experiencing destructive moisture infiltration on a small, sparsely populated island with a mostly solar microgrid? Why, mitigate the moisture and provide a modern, near-net zero HVAC system, of course. Such is the case for […]
A rule, known locally as the “Henry Hudson Rule,” brought roadblocks to project near Capital Repertory Theater in New York. By Amy McLean, RLA, ISA. LEED® GA; Kevin Kelly, RLA; Zachary Longo, PE After the Capital Repertory Theater near downtown Albany, New York wrapped up a recent project to revitalize its facilities, they had a […]
Achieving universal accessibility at Crystal Lake’s shoreline park By Cassie Bethoney One of only a few public parks along the shores of Crystal Lake, Louise Levingston Cove is a linear, half-acre public park located in a residential neighborhood. Crystal Lake, and Levingston Cove in particular, is a place of nostalgia, where people learned to fish […]