Recognizing Our New Vice Presidents
Tighe & Bond, Inc. has promoted three employees to Vice President in acknowledgement of their outstanding project and client management skills, in addition to leadership and positive organizational impact.
Jason Curtis, PE, LEED AP – As a professional mechanical engineer, Jason has led numerous projects from the conceptual design phase through construction for a wide variety of project types including higher ed, K-12 schools, municipal, industrial , and multi-family residential with a focus on energy and sustainability. He has served as Technical Director for the Building Services business line, leading many initiatives for the firm, while also successfully developing and managing a large portfolio of clients. Jason is a graduate of ACEC Odyssey Leadership Program and an active member of Tighe & Bond’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee.
Jeffrey Faulkner, PE – With more than two decades of professional experience, Jeff’s background includes planning, design, and construction administration on a variety of civil/environmental projects, focusing primarily on drinking water supply, treatment, distribution, and storage. He is currently serving as Project Director for several PFAS and Lead Service Line projects. A Team Leader in the Water Business Line, Jeff is recognized for his thoughtful coaching and mentoring. As an active member of the MA Water Works Association (MWWA), he is a member of the Board of Directors and recently completed a term as President.
Emily Scerbo, PE – A well-known stormwater expert in the Northeast, Emily has supported numerous municipal clients with their MS4 programs, asset management, and water resources planning. She is a member of NEWEA’s Stormwater Committee, and a frequent presenter at technical conferences. Emily has demonstrated exceptional leadership as a Team Leader in the Tighe & Bond Water Business Line and the firm’s Stormwater Community of Practice. She heads the Supporting Women Employee Resource Group, a Diversity Equity & Inclusion Committee initiative.