New Group Managers Lead Disciplines

Consistent with BSC’s longstanding commitment to recognizing excellence in project delivery and client service, the firm is pleased to announce the promotion of four senior-level employees to lead its departments. The promotion of these individuals to a new leadership level at BSC Group will provide additional opportunities for staff mentoring, quality assurance review, and client communication. BSC offers hearty congratulations to the following individuals for their advancement:

David Biancavilla, PE, LEED AP, Manager of Civil Engineering for Massachusetts – Dave joined BSC Group in 2001 and has worked on several of BSC’s largest land development projects for both public and private sector clients, including MassDevelopment, the City of Boston, Bullfinch and Equity Office.

Lee Curtis, CESSWI, Manager of Ecological Services – Lee has largely been dedicated to BSC’s work in the energy market, supporting such clients as National Grid , Northeast Utilities, and NSTAR in their ongoing efforts to expand and maintain service in New England. In addition to her work for energy providers, Lee has contributed her expertise in wetlands, wildlife, and rare species habitat to a variety of private projects throughout Massachusetts.

Sean Ewald, PLS, Manager of Survey Services – Sean’s tenure at BSC has been marked by a commitment to the application of innovative technologies to promote efficiency and accuracy. Having managed BSC’s Boston-based survey crews for several years, he has directed large-scale land surveying efforts through Massachusetts, including work for the Central Artery/Tunnel project, three on-call contracts for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, and several large-scale efforts for energy providers.

Thomas Loughlin, PE, Manager of Transportation Services – With more than 30 years of engineering experience, Tom provides leadership of BSC’s transportation projects, including several contracts for municipal roadway, bridge and streetscape reconstruction, and traffic improvement projects. Tom also leads a variety of projects for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, where he previously served as Director of Statewide Highway Operations.