Charles River Watershed Association
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 City of Boston Office of Emergency Management (OEM) retained Weston & Sampson to update their Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan (NHMP), which included public engagement, stakeholder coordination, and updates to the previous NHMP.
A plan to improve resilience to flooding and extreme precipitation in the community surrounding Claypit Brook.
Geotechnical, climate resiliency, and flood protection study to evaluate alternative flood mitgation methods for Columbia SC wastewater treatment plant.
Greenhouse gas emissions accounting, analysis, modeling, and mitigation.
Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management & Maintenance
Statewide resiliency design guidelines to prepare and plan for climate change impacts.
Vulnerability assessment and adaption planning for the waterfront and river areas.
Preliminary design evaluation for pump stations including flood zone areas.
“Stone Soup,” authored by Cheri Ruane, FASLA, explores the concept of resilient parks and their significance in mitigating climate change impacts, one step at a time.
Weston & Sampson has earned a National Recognition Award in the ACEC 56th annual EEAs for our role in the RMAT’s Climate Resilience Design Standards tool.
The next public engagement event on February 1, 2023 at 7PM will focus on Solutions for Future Flooding.
Jim Riordan, AICP, LEED®AP has been awarded the Dan Varin Memorial Leadership Award by the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Planning Association.
Indrani Ghosh, PhD honored by the Charles River Watershed Association with their prestigious “Clean Charles Award.”
Weston & Sampson is very glad to welcome Lucas Hernandez to the firm as a Climate Adaptation and Resilience Specialist in our Charleston, South Carolina office.
Weston & Sampson is proud to have been honored by the Climate Change Business Journal® (CCBJ) with their 2021 Business Achievement Award for supporting the Resilient MA Action Team (RMAT) in the “Climate Change Adaptation & Resilience” category.
Grants Available in Massachusetts to Upgrade Failing Culverts: Massachusetts DER Grant funding is to encourage municipalities to replace culverts with better designed crossings that meet improved structural and environmental design standards and climate resiliency criteria.