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.
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 is honored to lead the master planning efforts for the renovation of Boston Common, America’s first public park.
Effective January 2019, Barbara Cook, PE is President and Chief Operating Officer of Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc. Past President, Michael Scipione, PE, will remain in the role of Chief Executive Officer.
Weston & Sampson worked with the City of Boston to develop Climate Resilient Design Standards & Guidelines for Protection of Public Rights-of-Way. The guidelines are organized to intuitively lead users through the process of designing flood protection for projected climate conditions while evaluating applicable design considerations, operation and maintenance procedures, and related costs.
Weston & Sampson moved up to the #152 spot in the 2018 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.
On June 27, 2018, Weston & Sampson received The EBC Environmental-Energy Merit Award for Leadership by a Non-Profit Organization for our work on the MBTA Bartlett Yard Remediation and Redevelopment project.
Weston & Sampson received a 2018 EEA Bronze Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) for the Black Brook Road Reconstruction and Slope Stabilization project in Savoy, Massachusetts.
Weston & Sampson ranks 8th in this year’s list of Largest Engineering Firms in Massachusetts, by the Boston Business Journal.