Our People Are Our Greatest Resource
We are always seeking top notch, talented engineers and scientists who are looking for rewarding careers. Meet some of the Tighe & Bond team and learn firsthand about some of the experiences you might expect if you join us.
It all started when Tighe & Bond hired me as an intern. Despite being a temporary employee, everyone at the company was extremely welcoming and very patient with my limited experience and knowledge. Seeing that Tighe & Bond is a place where the quest for knowledge and career growth is highly encouraged, I decided to return as a full-time employee. The culture is such that no question is a stupid one, and the willingness to collaborate and help one another get the job done is exceptional.
Tighe & Bond is a great company to work for, and it puts money in the bank!
Christina Wu is a staff engineer who works on various water and wastewater projects. She recently graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with an M.S. in Environmental & Water Resources Engineering.
What I enjoy most about working at Tighe & Bond is the opportunity to collaborate with others who are just as excited about their fields as I am. There is a company culture that encourages staff to reach out to each other and learn about different design and construction experiences. It enables us to build upon each other’s knowledge base, and it means rather than serving our client with the capabilities of one or two engineers, we bring the experience of hundreds.
Erin Moore is an environmental engineer and project manager with experience in municipal water, wastewater and stormwater projects. Her experience covers a broad range of analysis and design including evaluation phase studies, design development, permit procurement, construction document preparation, and construction phase services. She also has expertise in hydraulic modeling.
For me, one of the biggest draws to Tighe & Bond was the opportunity to work for a firm that is stable, has a good reputation, and is growing. More specifically, I was excited about the opportunity to be a part of the expansion of the Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing (MEP) group, and gaining exposure to new markets while still having the safety net of an established firm. It is evident that Tighe & Bond takes great pride in the work that we do, and in providing the service and value that our clients need, to build long lasting relationships. My experience at Tighe & Bond has shown me that young professionals in the firm are valued and receive support to pursue their career goals. I am looking forward to continuing to build my career here at Tighe & Bond.
Jason Curtis is a mechanical engineer who specializes in the design of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. He designs HVAC systems for a multitude of building types and oversees the production of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing construction documents. In addition, he works closely with owners and architects in design coordination efforts to provide efficient and cost-effective solutions.
Senior Environmental Scientist
I chose Tighe & Bond because of their commitment to career development and the continual opportunities for professional growth that would be possible for me. I am constantly presented with ways to learn and grow, am faced with new challenges, and have found a strong support network in my colleagues. From day one, I’ve always been made to feel like an important part of the team. I wanted to belong to a company that truly values its people, and one that invests in development opportunities to expand the technical and professional knowledge base of its staff.
Amanda Houle is a Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) with experience in wetland delineation, natural resource assessments, environmental permitting and compliance, wetland restoration and mitigation, and invasive species management. She provides environmental permitting and compliance services, as well as secures approvals and determinations, for clients under municipal, state, and federal environmental regulations.
I initially chose to work at Tighe & Bond because they were a multi-discipline, mid-sized civil engineering firm in New England. Starting out in my career, I wanted the opportunity to work on a variety of interesting projects that only larger firms could handle, with a small-firm, family work environment. I have had the opportunity to work on fun projects in a number of civil engineering disciplines and always felt important to the team.
The same things that initially attracted me to Tighe & Bond are what keep me here. Years later, I am still engaged in my work and excited to be a part of a dynamic team working on interesting projects. One aspect of working for Tighe & Bond I have really grown to appreciate is the firm’s employee ownership. Its satisfying to know that your hard work directly benefits you and the clients you serve, and not an anonymous stock holder.
Dan Valentine is a civil engineer who has experience in water supply and distribution, dam evaluations and emergency action plans, civil/site design, underground utility design, and roadway design. He serves a wide range of Tighe & Bond’s water company, municipal, and private clients. The Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE) recently named Dan its Young Civil Engineer of the Year.
What I like best about working at Tighe & Bond is the opportunity to work with clients on projects that make our infrastructure assets better for future generations. The wide variety of projects keeps me professionally challenged, and I continue to be inspired by colleagues who are talented and passionate about what they do. Probably my greatest mission is to coordinate our Leadership Institute, wherein we coach our rising stars to help them achieve greater success within our team and the industry as a whole.
Tracy Adamski is a principal planner who provides infrastructure, land use, and water resources planning. Her expertise includes regulatory compliance, environmental permitting, grant writing, and public outreach. She has employed her in-depth knowledge of local, state, and federal environmental and land use laws and regulations to successfully permit a broad range of complex projects.