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Tighe & Bond Ranks #3 in Total Revenue at 30th Annual Super 60 Awards

The Springfield Regional Chamber recognized Tighe & Bond as a “Super 60” business at its annual recognition luncheon on…

CT Municipal and State Procurement Summit

Connecticut Convention Center Hartford, CT September 25, 2019

Fall Environmental Roundtable Series

Environmental regulations are constantly changing, as are the new and creative ways of managing these regulatory challenges. This fall, Tighe & Bond and Associated Industries of Massachusetts...

Tighe & Bond Honored to Partner with Cashman Family Foundation for Design of New Bridge in Haiti

Tighe & Bond had the honor of donating engineering services for an important project designing a new bridge over the Rivière Cochon Gras for the residents of Perches, Haiti.

Tighe & Bond Climbs Six Spots in ENR’s Top 200 Environmental Firms Ranking

Tighe & Bond, a Northeast leader in engineering and environmental consulting, climbed six spots this year to No. 142 on Engineering News Record’s (ENR) 2019 Top 200 Environmental Firms ranking.

AST Declaration Submission Deadline Approaching for New MassDEP Requirement

The Massachusetts State Fire Marshal’s Office is notifying aboveground storage tank (AST) owners that they must provide an Approved Standard Declaration for each permitted AST no later than August 30th, 2019.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators Examination Preparation (Technical, 20 hours)

Water / Wastewater Treatment Operations This five-week course is designed for examination preparation. It is an ideal opportunity for prospective wastewater treatment plant operators and current...

2019 Maine Municipal Association Annual Convention

Cross Insurance Center Bangor, Maine October 2-3, 2019

Tighe & Bond Named A PSMJ Circle of Excellence Member For Second Consecutive Year

Tighe & Bond has been named as a member of the PSMJ Resources, Inc. (PSMJ) 2019 Circle of Excellence. This is the second year in a row that our firm has received this honor.

What You Need to Know: Meeting the New AWIA Requirements for Community Drinking Water

The EPA’s Water Security Division is currently developing tools, resources, and procedures that align drinking water systems with America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA). The EPA expects to release its guidance by August 1, 2019. Drinking water systems will need to comply with the new AWIA guidelines.