Assistance with a hydrogeologic evaluation of the Dunham Place wellfield property and locating, designing, and constructing a 3 million-gallons-per-day (MGD) production well.
Project-wide design engineer for the Southern NH Regional Water Project (SNHRW), the single largest water supply initiative ever undertaken in NH, which included the design of over five miles of water mains to connect its member communities.
Abington-Rockland Joint Water Works
Hingham Street reservoir expansion and environmental impact report.
Water resource protection strategies for Hobbs Brook Reservoir.
Treatment alternatives for atypical groundwater constituents.
State of Rhode Island
Evaluation and development of Big River groundwater supply.
Permit approval for Well #8 in Blackstone.
Reactivation of two inactive but previously used wells in Exeter, NH, as part of an effort to diversify their sources of supply.
Representatives of Weston & Sampson presenting at the New England Water Works Association’s 2023 Spring Joint Regional Conference & Exhibition, taking place April 5 – 6, 2022 at the Worcester DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts.
The next public engagement event on February 1, 2023 at 7PM will focus on Solutions for Future Flooding.
THE US EPA HAS JUST ANNOUNCED NEW HEALTH ADVISORIES FOR FOUR PFAS COMPOUNDS, WITH THE VALUES BEING QUITE LOW FOR PFOA AND PFOS.
Weston & Sampson is a “2022 Overall Winner” as top project by the ACEC-NH for the Pease Water Treatment Facility Project.
Indrani Ghosh, PhD honored by the Charles River Watershed Association with their prestigious “Clean Charles Award.”
Representatives of Weston & Sampson will present during the course of the 2021 New England Water Works Association’s 140th Annual Conference, taking place September 7-10, 2021.