Weston & Sampson has a history of preparing sustainable site designs utilizing Low Impact Development (LID) techniques and other sustainable practices. By implementing LID techniques, we are able to assist our clients in meeting their project goals by preserving or restoring a site’s hydrology; preserving open space, native plants, and wildlife; reducing infrastructure and development costs; improving water quality; reducing flooding; improving site aesthetics; and providing pedestrian friendly neighborhoods.

Our experienced professional staff has been in the forefront of implementing LID techniques through project planning, permitting, and design. Through collaboration, our team of civil and environmental engineers, landscape architects, and environmental scientists implement LID strategies that support our clients’ goals.


News & Highlights

A map showing the historic and current alignment of Baker Brook. Modeling & Green Infrastructure Design Helps Reduce Nuisance Flooding in Major Commercial Area - 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.
Welcome Russel Sternlicht Weston & Sampson Welcomes Russell Sternlicht, PE - Weston & Sampson is pleased to welcome Russell Sternlicht, PE to the firm as our QA/QC Manager. After serving as a civil engineer working on stormwater management, commercial redevelopment, subsurface transportation, and other projects, he has since served as a Quality Assurance Manager in the engineering field. His experience includes streamlining the document review process […]