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Employees Reach New Milestone with Landscape Architecture and Professional Engineer Licenses

Our staff is continually taking on new challenges and learning opportunities as they advance their careers. One such milestone is passing rigorous licensure exams.

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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…

Combining Stormwater Engineering and GIS to Guide Communities through Stormwater Regulations

Our experts teamed up to help communities manage stormwater pollution and comply with permitting requirements.

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.

Taking the First Step toward a Revitalized Lynn Waterfront

Construction is ongoing for Breakwater, a new walkable, transit-oriented neighborhood that will feature a welcoming new resilient waterfront park…

Leading by Example: Emily Scerbo, PE Shares the Importance of Being a Mentor in STEM Fields

By Regina Sibilia To recognize the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we spoke with Project Manager Emily Scerbo, PE to discuss her successful…

U.S. EPA Issues 2021 NPDES MSGP for Industrial Stormwater Discharges

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the 2021 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) for stormwater discharges from industrial activity. This…

Technical Specialist Spotlight: Daniel Valentine, PE

Learn about Dan’s work on a wide range of dam, drinking water, and water resources projects.