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Erin Moore Joins Tighe & Bond’s Wastewater Team

Posted April 30, 2014 by

Erin Moore, P.E. joined Tighe & Bond’s wastewater team this month as a project manager who will work primarily out of the firm’s Westfield office.  A former Tighe & Bond employee before joining a New York based firm eight years ago, Moore has 14 years of experience in the water, stormwater, and wastewater engineering industry.

Her experience includes a broad range of wastewater analysis and design including evaluation phase studies, design development, permit procurement, construction document preparation, and construction phase services.  She also has expertise in hydraulic modeling.

Moore has worked with numerous communities in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York, and holds professional licenses in all three states.  Experienced in dealing with aging infrastructure upgrades, and capital improvements in the midst of financial challenges, she has helped communities evaluate and prioritize improvements.  She has also assisted with obtaining funding, and projecting the impact of improvement costs on taxes and utility rates.

Moore holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the Wentworth Institute of Technology, as well as a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. A resident of Red Rock, NY, she is also a member of the New England Water Environment Association and the New York Water Environment Association.

Tighe & Bond

Founded in 1911, Tighe & Bond is one of the most experienced engineering firms in New England, with offices in Pocasset, Westfield, and Worcester, Massachusetts; Middletown and Shelton, Connecticut; and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Engineering News Record annually ranks Tighe & Bond among the top design and environmental engineering firms nationally.  ZweigWhite also has recognized Tighe & Bond several times as one of the best engineering firms to work for in the nation.

With a team of more than 240 employees, Tighe & Bond provides engineering and environmental services for clients in government, industry, healthcare, education, real estate, energy, and water/wastewater markets.

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Presentation Added: EBC Renewable Energy Program – The Transition from SREC-I to SREC-II

Posted April 29, 2014 by

The available presentations from the EBC Renewable Energy Program: Massachusetts Solar Energy Program – The Transition from SREC-I to SREC-II, completed on April 29, 2014, can be viewed below.

View Final Agenda

Presentation from the first half of the program:

4-29-14 MASTER Massachusetts SREC Transition – First Half

Presentation from the second half of the program:

4-29-14 MASTER Massachusetts SREC Transition – Second Half

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William Hardy Joins Tighe & Bond as Chief Operating Officer

Posted April 22, 2014 by

Westfield, Massachusetts – April 22, 2014 – Tighe & Bond, a New England leader in civil and environmental engineering consulting, hired William Hardy, P.E. last week as the growing firm’s newly appointed Chief Operating Officer.  In this role, Hardy will work with the firm’s management to ensure optimum service delivery to Tighe & Bond’s expanding customer base across all of its geographic locations.

Hardy, who will oversee all Tighe & Bond operations from the firm’s Westfield office, has 35 years of diverse professional civil and environmental engineering experience serving public and private clients. His design portfolio includes water, wastewater, solid waste, civil, highway, bridge, environmental, and building projects.  In addition to his background in operations, he is well known for his business development efforts that have benefited clients throughout New England, New Jersey, and Texas.

“Bill’s professional expertise and recognition in our industry will be an asset as we accelerate Tighe & Bond’s next phase of growth,” says David Pinsky, President and CEO of Tighe & Bond.  “He brings a commitment to high quality services that is essential to our clients and our firm’s mission. We are thrilled that he has joined our team.”

A resident of Holland, Massachusetts, Hardy earned both his Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University.  In addition, he holds an Associates of Science in Civil Engineering from Wentworth Institute.  Hardy is a licensed professional engineer in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, and Texas.  He is also active in many professional organizations including the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, the New England Water Environment Association, and the New England Water Works Association.


Tighe & Bond

Founded in 1911, Tighe & Bond is one of the most experienced engineering firms in New England, with offices in Pocasset, Westfield, and Worcester, Massachusetts; Middletown and Shelton, Connecticut; and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Engineering News Record annually ranks Tighe & Bond among the top design and environmental engineering firms nationally.  ZweigWhite also recognized Tighe & Bond as one of the best engineering firms to work for in the nation at its 2012 Best Firms to Work for Summit in Seattle, Washington.
With a team of more than 240 employees, Tighe & Bond provides engineering and environmental services for clients in government, industry, healthcare, education, real estate, energy, and water/wastewater markets.
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Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference

Posted April 15, 2014 by

Date: May 19-21, 2014
Location: Center of NH @ the Radisson Hotel Manchester, New Hampshire

Join keynote speaker Bob Perciasepe, Deputy Administrator of the U.S. EPA, plenary session panelists, and other climate leaders who are presenting at LOCAL SOLUTIONS on May 19-21, 2014, in Manchester, NH! Antioch University New England and U.S. EPA Regions 1 & 2 are co-hosting a unique regional conference designed for local planners and decision-makers. Learn how to prepare for severe weather and climate impacts, and build health and resiliency into community plans.

Click here to read about the 4 Conference Tracks:

Planning & Process, Natural Environment, Built Environment, and Community Engagement & Communication


Just a few weeks left to
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The 6th Annual Boston Enviro-Film Festival Hosted by “E” Inc.

Posted April 15, 2014 by

The 6th annual Boston Environmental Film festival (BEFF) is a one-day film festival on MAY 18, 2014 presenting documentaries paired with shorts that investigate the challenges, the solutions, the activist stories, and the sheer beauty of our planet. BEFF is presented by the non-profit “e” inc.
THE TIMES
On May 18, 2014, films will be shown in Two Sessions:
Session One — 11:00am to 1:00pm
Session Two — 2:30pm to 4:30pm

THE VENUES
BEFF films are at four venues around downtown Boston:
1. The Goethe Institute – Beacon Street
2. Atlantic Wharf -Congress Street
3. Castle Square Community Building – Tremont Street
4. Charlestown Navy Yard Building 114 16th Street
Note: ALL SITES CAN BE EASILY REACHED BY PUBLIC TRANSIT – MBTA TRAINS, COMMUTER TRAINs, BUSES.

THE FORMAT
All showings will have several short films from the Wild and Scenic Film Festival National Tour followed by a documentary on one of 8 topics: from Fighting Fracking in Poland and Saving Elephants in Kenya to City Rooftop Farms across the country and Activists Saving the Songbirds of the Mediterranean.

THE FILMS
11:00 AM Showings
1.  The Human Experiment – Building 114: The Navy Yard
2.  Growing Cities – The Goethe Institute
3.  Symphony of the Soil – Castle Square Community Center
4.  Drill Baby Drill — Atlantic Wharf

2:30 PM Showings
1.  Extreme Realities – Building 114: The Navy Yard
2.  Emptying the Skies – The Goethe Institute
3.  Trashed – Castle Square Community Center
4.  White Gold (Elephants) and Ocean Frontiers II

SPEAKERS
All showings will have either Guest Speakers, or a Panel of Experts and some will even have action opportunities.  For guest bios visit www.e-action.us and tab the festival page. Confirmed guests are:

AM SPEAKERS Growing Cities: Kristen Mobilia (Fenway Victory Garden), Courtney Hennessey, Drill Baby Drill: Sue Reid (CLF), John Rumpler(Environment America ) & John Koplos (Cadmus Group), Nicola Williams

PM SPEAKERS Extreme Realities: special guest, Emptying the Skies: Cornell Ornithology Speaker, White Gold: African Film Makers Society

SITE TOURS
Tours of the “e” inc. Environment Science Discovery & Action Museum at Bldg. 114 will be given at: 10,1,2,& 4:30
Tours of the two LEED certified film venues (Atlantic Wharf and Castle Square) will be given a half-hour before and right after each film at those sites.

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