Weston & Sampson provides interdisciplinary services including environmental, engineering, and design consulting to public and private entities. For more than a century, we have been improving communities by infusing innovation and reliability into every project.
Weston & Sampson provides solutions to help clients protect, improve and sustain the natural and built environment. Always forward-thinking, from our early days as water and wastewater treatment pioneers to our current climate resilient solutions, and landscape and aquatics designs, we offer comprehensive services that support and strengthen communities. Our responsive teams of engineers, designers, environmental specialists, and operations and maintenance professionals integrate quality and innovation to meet our clients’ needs.
Boston City Hall Plaza Renovation
PFAS Removal at Pease International Tradeport
Langone Park & Puopolo Playground
Drainage Basin Evaluation & Flood Reduction Study
Moakley Park Resiliency Improvements
Weston & Sampson is proud to support the City of Boston and lead consultant Stoss Landscape Urbanism with advancing climate resilience along the South Boston waterfront, and improving community opportunities at Moakley Park, including technical assessments and subsurface investigations that informed design considerations for resiliency improvements.
Resilient MA Action Team (RMAT) Technical Support
Weston & Sampson served as lead technical consultant for the Resilient MA Action Team (RMAT) in developing the Statewide Climate Resilience Design Standards Tool, released by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. This first-in-the-nation web-based beta tool makes preliminary climate resilience analyses broadly available to the public at no charge to inform “climate smart” capital planning and design.
Ryan Park, South Norwalk Connecticut
Charles River Watershed Flood Model
Weston & Sampson worked with the Charles River Watershed Association, who, using grant funding from the Massachusetts MVP program, has developed and released the first ever comprehensive stormwater flood model for the Upper and Middle Charles River watershed. The model will aid in planning for mitigation of flooding caused by increased precipitation.