Weston & Sampson Welcomes New Hire Sam Moffett and Jonathan Mongie

Weston & Sampson recently welcomed Sam Moffett, AICP to the firm as a Senior Principal Planner in their Reading, Massachusetts office. Weston & Sampson has also recently welcomed Jonathan Mongie to the firm as the Area Manager for their Southeastern New England water and wastewater systems operations


Sam has 25 years of environmental planning experience, with a specialty in transportation infrastructure permitting and planning. He has also provided electrical infrastructure siting, planning, and permitting services for electrical utility clients, provided NEPA compliance services for transportation agencies and military clients, completed permitting for merchant solar electric facilities, and prepared critical issues and siting studies for proposed merchant power generation facilities. At Weston & Sampson, Sam will be providing leadership for the firm’s growth in the infrastructure design, planning, and permitting marketplace.

A certified planner, Sam earned his MA in Urban and Environmental Policy from Tufts University and his BA in Government from the Harvard University Extension School.

Jon brings with him approximately 30 years of industry experience and is proficient with the complexities of environmental compliance, collaborating with engineers and subcontractors, and being responsible to public and private stakeholders. He is skilled at process control, asset and work order maintenance management, underground infrastructure management, and ensuring the safety of employees. Jon’s experience allows him to focus on operational excellence, improved client relations, and cost savings.After serving in the US Army Infantry, Jon earned his BS in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic University and his MBA from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He is a licensed Wastewater Grade 7 Treatment Operator in Massachusetts and enjoys a bit of golf from time to time.

After serving in the US Army Infantry, Jon earned his BS in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic University and his MBA from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He is a licensed Wastewater Grade 7 Treatment Operator in Massachusetts and enjoys a bit of golf from time to time.