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Herter Park

DCR Kicks Off Herter Park Master Plan with Listening Session

DCR hosted a public meeting to discuss the Christian A. Herter Park master plan being developed by landscape architects…

Tuscan Market

Tuscan Village Celebrates Phase 2 Opening

Despite the rainy, chilly weather, an enthusiastic crowd gathered at Tuscan Village over Memorial Day weekend to celebrate the…

Take a tour of the sprawling Tuscan Village campus in New Hampshire

This Memorial Day weekend, the design and development team celebrated the grand opening of Phase 2 at Tuscan Village…

Boston Parks & Recreation Department Kicks off Titus Sparrow Park Renovation

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department hosted a public meeting to kick off the planned renovation of Titus Sparrow…

Saugerties Landfill Solar Array Cuts Costs and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In March 2019 the Town Council of Saugerties, NY unanimously approved the reuse of the Town’s landfill to provide an economic benefit for the town.

Tighe & Bond, Inc. and PRIME AE Group Recognized as ACE Award Winners by Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers

Tighe & Bond, PRIME AE Group, and their project team members have received the ACE Award for their work at the Francis T. Patnaude Intermunicipal Pump Station in Middletown, Connecticut.

Engineer Tiffany Labrie Exemplifies the Impact of Women in the Engineering Industry

As she grows her engineering career, Vice President Tiffany Labrie is continually recognized as an exceptional leader and role model in her field and within communities.

How Kamila O’Neill, PE is Shaping the World of Engineering

For International Women in Engineering Day, Kamila O’Neill discusses how women and others are shifting the norms of her industry.

Tighe & Bond Expands Coastal and Waterfront Services with Addition of Principal Coastal Engineer Adel Kamel

Tighe & Bond, Inc. announced today that Adel Kamel, PE, PEng has joined the firm as a principal coastal engineer in its Land Use and Transportation business line.