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Charter Contracting Company, LLC Announces the Addition of Lew Conley to Lead its Tri-State Area Team’s Operational and Business Development Efforts.

Posted January 11, 2018 by

Press ReleaseCharter Contracting Company, LLC (Charter) announces the addition of a key team member, Lew Conley, as Project Executive to its Tri-State Area Team.

As Project Executive, Lew will have responsibility for, and provide overall leadership throughout the opportunity lifecycle from planning to award, as well as operational execution and overall contract management ensuring project teams’ deliver on all project goals.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Lew brings over 20 years of experience managing all aspects of Environmental Remediation Projects such as business development, estimating, contract negotiations, staffing, operations, financial management, sampling and analysis, permitting, and regulatory compliance. His industry experience includes large construction projects involving environmental issues including soils, groundwater, dredge material, surface water and health and safety issues.

“Lew’s industry experience, strategic vision, and his ability to execute on that vision will strengthen Charter’s presence in the Tri-State market. With a proven track record for successfully leading large scale environmental projects and driving innovation, Lew’s leadership skills are well-suited to lead Charter’s development efforts as we continue in our mission to be the industry’s partner of choice,” said Bob Delhome, President of Charter.

“The people of this organization, their high level of energy, and  their commitment to providing quality solutions safely is what attracted me to Charter and what will continue to set us apart,” Conley said.  “I’m very excited and honored to be a part of this team.”

Lew added, “As the real estate and infrastructure markets continue to grow throughout the Tri-State area, we have a tremendous opportunity to continue to expand our scope of services and our footprint in this area.”

About Charter Contracting Company , LLC

Charter develops innovative solutions to environmental and civil construction challenges. By partnering with our clients as a trusted advisor, we work daily to deliver projects that remediate and repurpose contaminated sites into healthy environments on land and water. Our portfolio includes complex, high visibility projects involving numerous stakeholders. Our ultimate goal is client satisfaction through communication, partnership and surpassing their unique requirements. Each project is an opportunity for Charter to express its mission: to be the partner of choice delivering safely executed civil and environmental remediation construction projects.


Christina Conrad, Marketing Manager


Congratulations to Stephanie Dubanowitz and Mina Makarious for their Election to the Anderson & Kreiger LLP Partnership.

Posted January 8, 2018 by

Stephanie is an attorney in the firm’s Real Estate practice group. She works with public and private clients, including national and regional developers, high-tech and life sciences companies, government agencies and educational institutions on all aspects of real estate development, from acquisitions through zoning relief and permitting. She also counsels landlords and tenants in commercial lease negotiations.  Stephanie also regularly advises the Towns of Acton, Concord, Dover and Lexington on real estate matters, including acquiring and disposing of property, restricting land and eminent domain takings.

Read the full press release | Learn more about Stephanie

Mina has devoted his practice primarily to public law, airport law, and environmental and land use counseling and transactions. He has also developed specific expertise in drones and drone regulation.  Mina has represented one of the firm’s environmental clients in negotiations regarding cost allocation at a Superfund site, and regularly assists in transactional matters that involve complex environmental issues.

Mina acts as Town Counsel to the Towns of Concord and Lexington, and assists in providing town counsel services to Winchester and Belmont. He regularly advises these and other towns on governance, procurement, land use, environmental and other matters.

Read the full press release | Learn more about Mina


Scott Wozniakowski Added to New Hampshire Chapter Leadership Team

Posted December 27, 2017 by

It give us great pleasure to announce that Scott Wozniakowski of AECOM will be joining the EBC New Hampshire Chapter Leadership Team. Scott looks forward to contributing his industry knowledge to the chapter.

Scott Wozniakowski, PG, Project Manager, Environment, New England
1155 Elm Street, Manchester, NH, 03101-1508
603.606.4829 // email

Scott’s bio:

Scott Wozniakowski is Environmental Project Manager and Professional Geologist with 20+ years’ experience managing environmental site assessments and remediation projects across commercial, industrial and Federal sectors in New England.  Maintains key regulatory experience with state Superfund programs, RCRA Corrective Action and also CERCLA Remedial Investigations.  Responsible for developing technical solutions and managing projects in alignment with goals and cost metrics.


Paul Malmrose, PE, of Tighe & Bond Honored With NEWWA State Leadership Award

Posted December 20, 2017 by

Press Release – The New England Water Works Association (NEWWA) honored Paul Malmrose, PE with the Connecticut State Waterworks Leadership Award during the Connecticut Waterworks Association’s (CWWA) Fall Conference in October. NEWWA President Chris Hodgson presented the award to Malmrose in recognition of his significant contributions to the CWWA, the Connecticut Section of the American Water Works Association (CTAWWA) and to public water supply utilities in general. NEWWA – the region’s largest not-for-profit organization of water works professionals – promotes drinking water excellence, safety, and environmental stewardship. The AWWA is an international nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply.

Malmrose is a Tighe & Bond vice president who has more than 40 years of experience in environmental and civil engineering. He has designed more than 30 water and wastewater treatment plants, water and wastewater pump stations, water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, wells, and water storage tanks. He is the Past Chairperson of the AWWA Residuals Management Research Committee and co-author of Residuals Management Chapter of the AWWA Water Treatment Plant Design, 5th Edition. In addition, Malmrose has overseen a variety of projects relating to water residual and biosolids treatment facilities for water and wastewater treatment plants.

A recognized national expert in the treatment and management of water residuals, Malmrose is the chair of CTAWWA’s Residuals Committee. Over the past year, he spearheaded this committee’s efforts to successfully negotiate positive changes to the new Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) general permits for wastewater discharges to wastewater treatment plants, surface water and groundwater. “Our goal was to negotiate the best regulatory permits for wastewater discharges to benefit Connecticut water utilities while protecting the environment,” says Malmrose.

A resident of Farmington, Connecticut, Malmrose earned his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is a licensed professional engineer in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio. In addition to CTAWWA, he is active in other professional organizations including the AWWA and Water Environment Federation.

Tighe & Bond

Tighe & Bond, Inc. provides comprehensive engineering and environmental services to hundreds of public and private clients across the northeastern United States, with emphasis on the education, energy, government, healthcare, industrial, real estate, and water/wastewater market.  A staff of more than 320 people work from offices located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Westwood, Pocasset, Worcester and Westfield, Massachusetts; Middletown and Shelton, Connecticut; and Rhinebeck, New York.

An employee-owned firm, Tighe & Bond is invested in its clients’ successes. In business for over a century, the firm never stops evolving and improving to keep pace with client needs. Vision, technical expertise, exceptional service and strong client relationships have always been at its forefront.

Engineering News Record ranks Tighe & Bond a top 10 New England design firm, a top 500 national design firm, and a top 200 environmental firm. Building Design+Construction also ranks Tighe & Bond one of the top 60 engineering firms in the United States, and Zweig Group has recognized Tighe & Bond several times as a best engineering firm to work for in the United States.

For more information, please contact Marketing/Communications Specialist Debbie Whitney at

413-572-3207, or email at mailto:DJWhitney@tighebond.com.