Tighe & Bond recently welcomed Director of Human Resources Margo Armstrong to lead its human resources functions, as well as strengthen the firm’s staffing growth and employee programs. She brings with her more than 20 years of high-level leadership experience in HR consulting, performance management, succession planning, and employee programs....To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Based on the survey results of its 2016 Best Firms To Work For Ranking, Zweig Group recently named Tighe & Bond one of the best civil engineering firms to work for in the nation. This annual awards competition is based on business practice data collected from numerous participating firms across the country, including feedback solicited through an employee survey. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Business West recently recognized Darleen Buttrick, a Project Manager and Associate at Tighe & Bond, as a 2016 “40 Under Forty” leader. The award ceremony and gala for the “40 Under Forty” winners took place on June 16 during a sold out event at the Log Cabin in Holyoke....To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Our latest newsletter takes a look at the inside scoop on two waterfront success stories, and the grants that are helping to shape them. Plus, where do we stand with sea level rise? https://goo.gl/r1RVjg
The Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE) recently named Daniel Valentine its Young Civil Engineer of the Year during its Annual Achievement in Civil Engineering (ACE) Awards program in May. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Tighe & Bond recently hired Joel Loitherstein, P.E., LSP to support the increasing site assessment and remediation needs of its clients throughout the Northeast. He joins the firm’s growing environmental services team in Worcester, with the goal of more completely serving that region....To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Following the firm’s recent stockholder’s meeting, Tighe & Bond announced the promotion of F. Adam Yanulis to Vice President of Business Development. Since joining the firm two and a half years ago, he has strengthened the delivery of Tighe & Bond’s engineering services throughout New England. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Changing regulations and management trends are driving an increased demand for environmental, health and safety (EH&S) services in the Boston area. To support this upsurge, Tighe & Bond recently added EH&S expert William Potochniak, P.E. to its growing Westwood office team. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
The Women's Transportation Seminar - CT Chapter (WTS) honored Tighe & Bond as Employer of the Year during its annual awards dinner on April 14 at St. Clement’s Castle in Portland, CT. The recognition applauded the firm’s support of WTS, and for providing ongoing opportunities to advance women in their engineering and transportation careers. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
The Women's Transportation Seminar - CT Chapter (WTS) named Rebecca Ruitto Hall Member of the Year during its annual awards dinner on April 14 at St. Clement’s Castle in Portland, CT. The packed house applauded Hall – who is a professional engineer at Tighe & Bond – for her exceptional contributions to WTS, and her efforts to advance women in transportation. Deputy DOT Commissioner, Anna Barry, presented Hall with the award....To read the rest of this item or to print click here
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) presented Tighe & Bond and Borrego Solar Systems with a Silver Award for the 3.5-megawatt (MW) North Adams E Street solar photovoltaic (PV) system during its 2016 Engineering Excellence and Awards Gala. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
The American Council of Engineering Companies of New Hampshire (ACEC/NH) presented Tighe & Bond and the City of Concord, NH with an Outstanding Achievement Award for recent chemical process improvements at Concord’s Water Treatment Plant (WTP). This included replacing aging components to ensure code and safety requirements, providing secondary spill containment, as well as increasing the overall efficiency and modernization of the WTP’s chemical storage system....To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Business West profiled out firm, and highlighted our growth plans, in a recent March edition. Let us know what you think! Thanks to Business West for a great article.
Tighe & Bond recently hired Project Manager Louis Soracco, P.E. to support the engineering needs of water and wastewater clients throughout the Northeast. He joins the firm’s growing water and wastewater team in Worcester, with the goal of more completely serving that region....To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Tighe & Bond recently hired Principal Engineer Wayne Bates, Ph.D., P.E. to better serve its clients in the Greater Boston Area. Bates specializes in water and wastewater treatment technologies with a focus on industrial wastewater treatment, process improvement, waste minimization, EH&S compliance, and sustainable manufacturing strategies. He has almost 30 years of engineering and environmental, health and safety (EH&S) consulting experience, and is also a Certified Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV-SP). He holds licenses in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island....To read the rest of this item or to print click here
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it comes to coastal and waterfront resiliency. Sea levels and tides are on the rise, and storm damage is commonplace. The effects of climate change have wreaked havoc on the infrastructure of countless communities in recent years, resulting in costly repairs and hardships for those impacted. However, pre-planning can help you “weather the storm”, as the engineering solutions below demonstrate. In the end, pre-planning for resiliency can save you time, money, and headaches. https://goo.gl/DVyZFl
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Connecticut (ACEC/CT) recently honored Tighe & Bond, Yale-New Haven Health System/Bridgeport Hospital, and Gilbane Construction Company with a merit award during its 2016 Engineering Excellence Awards ceremony at the Middletown Inn.
Tighe & Bond won praise for its role in recent traffic and roadway improvements that were integral to the Bridgeport Hospital Park Avenue Campus development. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Tighe & Bond, a Northeast leader in civil and environmental engineering/consulting, opened its doors this month to a New York office in Dutchess County. The workplace at 62 East Market Street in Red Hook, New York provides a strong base of operations to better serve the company’s growing list of New York state clients. Tighe & Bond is providing services in New York through T&B Engineering, P.C. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Tighe & Bond recently finalized substantial renovations and an expansion of its corporate headquarters office in Westfield, Massachusetts. A year in the making, the improved space at 53 Southampton Road allows the firm to keep pace with staffing growth aimed at better serving its clients throughout the region.
Tighe & Bond, a New England leader in civil engineering and environmental consulting, recently hired Mechanical Engineer Jason Curtis, P.E., LEED AP to bolster its growing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) team. He has experience designing a range of institutional, educational, residential, healthcare, commercial and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) projects throughout the region.
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Robert Jurasin, P.E. recently joined Tighe & Bond as a senior traffic and transportation consultant who will work out of the firm’s Shelton, Connecticut office. He has 40 years of providing overall direction and management of major transportation-related planning and design projects in Connecticut and throughout New England. He will apply these same skills, and his understanding of the region, to benefit Tighe & Bond’s growing roster of clients.
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Tighe & Bond recently published the results of its 2014 Water and Sewer Rate Surveys in Massachusetts. The results from these latest surveys indicate that residential users in Massachusetts pay approximately $532 and $756 annually for water and sewer respectively. This represents increases of 6.6% and 9.6% above the 2012 averages: the cost of both water and sewer service is rising. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Tighe & Bond, a New England leader in civil engineering and environmental consulting, recently hired Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) Amanda Crouch-Smith to assist its southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod clients with wetlands related challenges and regulations. As a certified PWS, her credentials include completing a rigorous standard of training and education aimed specifically at wetland systems. ...To read the rest of this item or to print click here
Tighe & Bond, a New England leader in civil and environmental engineering and consulting, recently hired Cristina Perez to lead and expand its asset management services for the firm’s clients. A civil and environmental engineer with more than 15 years of consulting experience, she has more than nine years of experience with infrastructure asset management, capital improvement planning, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Perez will work primarily out of Tighe & Bond’s new Westwood, Mass. office....To read the rest of this item or to print click here