A soccer field with green grass and trees behind the field.

A Tale of Two Fields

Emily Weckman authored an article in PBR+ entitled, “A Tale of Two Fields: getting the drainage right in the athletic fields” that details Weston & Sampson’s work to redesign two parks with different drainage needs.

Dynamic Park Design

Gracie Swansburg authored an article in Parks & Recreation entitled, “Dynamic Park Design” that details Weston & Sampson’s work to redesign two Boston area parks to manage the impacts of climate change.

Better Than New – When upgrading a 50-year-old water treatment facility makes more sense than replacing it

Leah Stanton’s article in Water Environment Federation’s Water Environment & Technology Magazine, “Better Than New: When Upgrading a 50-Year-Old Water Treatment Facility Makes More Sense Than Replacing It,” highlights the innovative decision by Peabody, Massachusetts, to upgrade rather than replace its 50-year-old Winona Water Treatment Plant (WTP).