Tighe & Bond Buys Waterfront Engineers in New Hampshire

WESTFIELD – Waterfront Engineers LLC – a New Hampshire based firm known for providing specialized engineering services for shoreline challenges and waterfront facilities – joined forces this week with Tighe & Bond.

Tighe & Bond’s President and CEO, David Pinsky. Tighe & Bond acquired Waterfront Engineers LLC to offer its clients additional expertise and targeted solutions for complex and challenging coastal projects, according to a news relesease. Tighe & Bond’s Portsmouth, New Hampshire office will serve as the hub for these expanded services.

Tighe & Bond’s President and CEO, David Pinsky said:
“It is a pleasure to welcome Waterfront Engineers to our team. Over the years, we have collaborated regularly with (Waterfont Engineers) chief engineer, Duncan Mellor, P.E., and know that his 30 plus years of proven coastal engineering success will benefit our waterfront clients. As climate change has accelerated, and we’ve seen the devastating effects of coastal storm damage on communities, we are certain that our clients have an increased need for these specialized services. Whether it is to prevent or repair coastal damage, we can now fully support them with the waterfront engineering services they need.”

Based in Stratham, New Hampshire for 10 years, Waterfront Engineers has provided a range of specialized engineering for the assessment (above and under water), design, and construction of structures built along shorelines, waterways, ports and harbors. This has included piers, wharves, bulkheads, quay walls, revetments, breakwaters, bridges, parks, marinas, dredging, tidal turbines, and many other specialized coastal studies, grant applications and structures.

For years Tighe & Bond has provided structural, geotechnical, and civil engineering services for buildings, dams, and seawalls throughout New England. However, the addition of Waterfront Engineers’ coastal engineering capabilities deepens this expertise, and supports the firm’s ongoing growth and presence in New Hampshire.