Weston & Sampson maintains a staff of experienced architects who are committed to designing highly-functional, cost-efficient and safe workplace structures. Our architects can survey existing facilities to evaluate the purposefulness of a design and develop a plan for renovation or new construction that will yield the maximum value for your budget requirements.

Weston & Sampson’s staff is experienced in leading public and private sector site and building development projects, and we have the technical expertise to take a project from conceptual design to final construction. Our staff’s project experience includes public facilities, corporate office buildings, commercial and industrial subdivisions, education facilities, recreational facilities, municipal housing, fleet operations facilities and municipal maintenance facilities.

Weston & Sampson utilizes a unique “operationally-based” approach to the programming and design of public works facilities. We provide public works clients with a comprehensive range of fleet management diagnostic studies, existing facility needs assessments, space programming and design for new operations / vehicle maintenance centers, specialized industrial equipment selection and design, as well as construction phase administration and resident engineer services. Facility services include:

Case Study: Yarmouth Department of Public Works

Members of Weston & Sampson's Facilities team describe the efforts to transform an antiquated DPW into a state-of-the-art facility.

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Weston & Sampson Facilities Team Weston & Sampson Facilities Team - Weston & Sampson Facilities Team at the ribbon cutting of the new Burlington, MA DPW facility, a new, state-of-the-art, 40,000 square-foot Burlington, Massachusetts DPW facility, replacing a 70-year-old, 8,000 sf building.
NEAPWA summer conference speakers graphic Presenting at NEAPWA Summer Conference - Representatives of Weston & Sampson present at the New England American Public Works Association Summer Conference, taking place on June 16, 2022.

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