The report outlines ﬁve categories of infrastructure, highlighting current conditions, challenges, and recommendations to raise the grade.
With new stringent phosphorous removal requirements set to be enforced by 2022, the Town and Tighe & Bond took immediate action to upgrade the facility.
Tighe & Bond to participate in CT Building Congress Webinar “COVID-19 and the Great Indoors – Making Interior Spaces Safer”
Tune in March 9th to the Connecticut Building Congress’s webinar “COVID-19 and the Great Indoors – Making Interior Spaces Safer” to hear Todd Holland, Senior Mechanical…
Learn about Dan’s work on a wide range of dam, drinking water, and water resources projects.
Project Compliance Specialist Joe Mastrangelo is now a certified Underground Storage Tank (UST) A/B Operator and can assist clients…
Get to know the expertise of our team through our Technical Specialist Spotlight.
Since 1998, Tighe & Bond has gathered and published Connecticut water and sewer user rates data that municipal government, regional authorities, and private water suppliers can use as a benchmarking tool for comparing their rates against other suppliers in the state.