Weston & Sampson evaluated this tributary to the Mystic River by developing a detailed hydrologic/hydraulic model of the 5.75-square-mile watershed to analyze and evaluate flood protection scenarios.
Geotechnical, climate resiliency, and flood protection study to evaluate alternative flood mitgation methods for Columbia SC wastewater treatment plant.
Flood Reduction Program for the City of Charleston, SC includes stormwater management initiatives and updates to the city’s stormwater design policies to protect storage capacity.
Joint HMP-MVP to mitigate the effects of natural hazards, and increase resilience against climate change.
Hazard Mitigation Planning
Preparation of joint Hazard Mitigation Plans to mitigate the effects of natural hazards, and Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Plans for climate resilience.
Community Resilience Building
Stakeholder workshops, public participation and information sharing sessions during Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness planning.
West Hartford, CT
Comprehensive drainage and culvert services for a private client subdivision.
Emergency culvert rehabilitation following flooding and culvert failure.
Andrew Walker, PH, CFM and James Pearson, PE co-authored an article in Stormwater Solutions entitled “Modeling & Green Infrastructure Design Helps Reduce Nuisance Flooding in Major Commercial Area.” Climate change-driven increases in future precipitation are predicted to make flooding worse, leading to a redesign of the John Fitch Highway that will make the community more climate resilient.
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.
Weston & Sampson recently received a provisional patent on a cutting-edge stormwater management device known as “the Buoyancy Controlled Surge Protection Device.”
Fitchburg DPW seeks community input to inform initial designs of the John Fitch Highway Redesign project, of which Weston & Sampson is leading the public engagement & stormwater engineering & design.
Frank Ricciardi, PE, LSP co-authored an article with Peter Durning, Esq. of Mackie, Shea & Durning in the NE Real Estate Journal entitled “MassDEP Imposes Strict Standards for PFAS in Industrial Surface Water Discharges.”
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 pleased to announce Steven Roy, LEED AP as Senior Technical Leader responsible for climate adaptation and stormwater green infrastructure pursuits.