Happenings

BSC Announces New Associates and Senior Associates

We applaud the achievements of these individuals who have demonstrated excellence in meeting corporate goals and client service. Recognized for their dedication, teamwork, and GRIIT, here are our Winter 2023 Promotions: [video mp4="https://www.bscgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/2023-Associates-Promotions.mp4" poster="http://www.bscgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/thumbnail.png" preload="none"][/video]Read More

EEA Releases Healthy Soils Action Plan, Supported by BSCer Gillian Davies

Yesterday, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) released the Healthy Soils Action Plan and the Resilient Lands Initiative, both major steps towards climate justice and resilience. The first of its kind, the Healthy Soils Action Plan provides a blueprint for how we can effectively protect, manage, and regenerate soil health across…Read More

Happy New Year from BSC Group

Thank you to our clients, partners, and colleagues for making 2022 such a special year, filled with exciting and wide-ranging collaborations and impactful community support. We look forward to fostering these relationships, making new connections, and continuing our mission to positively transform our built and natural environment. Have a Happy New Year!Read More

BSC Recognizes Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories of Native Americans. As Native American Heritage Month comes to a close this week, BSC is proud to honor the following Native American scientists and engineers whose legacies live on forever: archaeologist Bertha Parker Pallan, nuclear physicist…Read More

Gillian Davies presents at the 14th Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Convention on Wetlands in Geneva, Switzerland

Last week, BSCer Gillian Davies presented at the 14th Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Convention on Wetlands (Ramsar Convention), hosted by China and Switzerland and held in Wuhan, China, and Geneva, Switzerland. In Geneva, Gillian spoke about protecting the rights of wetlands in the context of how wetlands can help protect biodiversity and…Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month 2022

With Hispanic Heritage Month coming to a close, we reflect on the countless and remarkable contributions of Hispanic Americans. BSC celebrates the following Hispanic Americans who have made great strides for Hispanic representation in science and engineering:Read More

2022 BSC Company Outing at Lookout Farm

This past Saturday, September 10, BSCers and their loved ones celebrated another year of collaborating and building client support at Lookout Farm in Natick, MA. In addition to some delicious BBQ and a magic show, our team members received new BSC backpacks with extra merch items. Huge thanks to everyone who attended, and we look…Read More

You’re Invited! Firefly Celebration at Rivergreen Park in Everett

The BSC Landscape Architecture team invites you to a celebration of Rivergreen Park's pollinator meadow, where BSC installed firefly sculptures done by artist Carolyn Lewenberg and local students. Everyone is invited to partake in the festivities, which include music, food, and pollinator facts! The project was funded by Everett Citizens Foundation in partnership with the…Read More

Gillian Davies’ Wetlands Study Reaches Wide Audience

"Wetlands in a Changing Climate: Science, Policy & Management," co-authored by BSCer Gillian Davies and published in Volume 38, Issue 2 of WETLANDS, the official scholarly journal of the Society of Wetland Scientists, has had a great impact on the wetland scientific community. The article is currently in the 97th percentile of the 298,811 tracked…Read More

BSCers Speak at VTrans Transportation Planning Initiative Meeting

Thank you to the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) for inviting Kathryn Eagan, PE, and Jeanette Tozer, AICP, to speak on the Dirt Road Climate Resiliency Study at VTrans' Transportation Planning Initiative meeting last month. Eagan and Tozer discussed their work assessing the vulnerability of rural dirt roads for the Towns of Sheffield, New Marlborough, and…Read More
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