Innovative and Cost-effective Solutions – and Winning Outcomes
An increasingly competitive marketplace and strict regulatory compliance demands sets the tone for operational challenges in the industrial sector. It’s crucial to have an integrated team of engineers, regulatory and compliance specialists, and environmental and industrial safety experts to help navigate those challenges and at the same time produce measurable and important process improvements. Having an experienced single point of contact for all of these services reduces complications and stress – and is more cost-effective, too.
A Scorecard of Success
Our firm has worked with manufacturers since the advent of environmental regulations in the 1970s. Our industrial clients — many of whom we have served for decades — represent industries such as aerospace, chemical, metal finishing, food processing, plastics, printing, pulp and paper, textile and pharmaceuticals.
In addition to offering these services to across industry throughout the northeastern United States, we can help spark innovation by drilling down into problems and presenting solutions to help our clients, because it’s the right thing to do and it’s our passion. We are dedicated to our clients and developing ongoing relationships to assure compliance, find improvements, and generate results.
Wayne has 30 years of
services to manufacturing
and commercial clients.
Senior Project Manager
David Horowitz provides regulatory compliance and industrial wastewater treatment plant design services to industrial, municipal, and instit...
Tim Kucab provides regulatory compliance and permitting support to a wide variety of Tighe & Bond’s client base. His background in env...
Doug Stellato provides environmental compliance and permitting support to our regulatory compliance group. His background in chemical engine...
Tom Couture is a principal and
the senior advisor of Tighe &
Bond’s environmental services.
He supervises all aspects
of site assessme...
Principal Compliance Specialist
Jeff Bibeau, who has more than 30 years of environmental compliance experience, manages a wide range of regulatory compliance projects for o...
Vice President, Business Line Leader - Environmental Services
Marc Richards is a Massachusetts and New Hampshire Professional Engineer (P.E.), and a Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional (LSP) with m...
Principal Environmental Scientist
Jeffrey Arps is responsible for the day-to-day management of numerous comprehensive site assessment and remediation projects. His remediatio...
Project Manager/Restoration Ecologist
Paul Beaulieu has more than 30 years of experience working to evaluate, protect and conserve our natural resources. A Licensed Site Professi...
Senior Project Manager
Patrick Crimmins is a project manager who specializes in site/civil engineering projects. With more than 17 years of experience, he has been...
MEP Group Leader & Senior Project Manager
Michael Toto is a senior
electrical manager who
oversees Tighe & Bond’s
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing
and Fire Protection (MEP/FP...
Ron Maniscalco is an electrical engineer with more than 28 years of experience in electrical and telecommunication design for both public an...
Jason Urso specializes in mechanical design for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. He has experience in a multitude of build...
Jason Curtis is a mechanical engineer who specializes in the design of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. He designs HVAC sy...
Two new draft wastewater permits are on the table that will impact Connecticut industrial wastewater discharges. On January 14th…
On July 31, 2018, the MassDEP released its long-awaited list of sites for the 2016 Source Registration & Greenhouse Gas Reporting year, which includes approximately 450 sites throughout Massachusetts.
Historically, high-strength wastewater discharges from biotechnology/ pharmaceutical
(biopharma) manufacturing operations containing high levels of organics, nitrogen, and phosphorus posed little concern to municipal wastewater recovery facilities (WWRFs). However, with more stringent state and federal wastewater discharge regulations for nutrients, local WWRFs discharging to impaired waterways are being required to upgrade and install additional unit operations for nutrient removal.