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.