Sean O’Brien Joins BSC Group as CEO

BSC Group is pleased to welcome Sean O'Brien, PE as our firm's new Chief Executive Officer. Sean brings to BSC a 25-year record of success providing design services for multi-million-dollar projects in the transportation, private sector, federal and sate client markets. Sean comes to BSC from a large engineering consulting firm, where he served as…Read More

Cemetery Engineer Dave Crispin Hosts Halloween Tour of Historic Braintree Cemetery

On Sunday, October 22, Dave Crispin, PE, LSP, PLS will lead a tour of the historic Elm Street Cemetery in Braintree. A member of the Braintree Historical Society, as well as the Massachusetts and New England Cemetery Associations, Dave will focus his tour on some of the individuals who are buried in the 300-year-old cemetery,…Read More

Town of Colrain Receives Funding for Small Bridge Replacement

On Tuesday, October 10, 2017, BSC Group Transportation Principal Tom Loughlin, PE and Structural Engineer, Micah Morrison, PE joined representatives from the Town of Colrain as the group accepted a $1,000,000 grant award for a bridge replacement on Adamsville Road and Call Road. Members of the Colrain delegation accepted their MassWorks Small Town Rural Assistance…Read More

Town of Stockbridge to Replace Larrywaug Bridge with MassWorks Funds

Stockbridge town leaders gathered at the Massachusetts State House to receive the maximum possible MassWorks Small Town Rural Assistance Program (STRAP) grant. The $1 million award is to replace the badly deteriorated and heavily traveled Larrywaug Bridge on Route 183. Stockbridge representatives were congratulated by Governor Charlie Baker, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, and Housing and…Read More

BSC Selected to Design the Replacement of a Failed Culvert for the City of Meriden

BSC was recently selected by the City of Meriden, under an on-call contract, to provide final design services for the replacement of the City's failed Kensington Avenue Bridge culvert. This project requires close coordination with CTDOT, as construction funding for the culvert is provided under a state grant program that allows eligible municipal bridges and…Read More

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Worcester’s Castle Park

BSC's landscape team celebrates with Worcester City officials and neighborhood residents for the opening of Castle Park in Worcester, MA. BSC has been involved in every stage of development for this public park, from initial planning, to design development and construction monitoring. BSC was first retained by the Town in 2013 to survey the existing…Read More

UConn Hartford Campus Joins the Momentum of the Front Street District

As a 10-year veteran of the Front Street design team, BSC Group joined long-time client, HB Nitkin Group, in its ribbon-cutting welcome to UConn's New Downtown Hartford Satellite Campus at Front Street. Since 2007, Nitkin has strategically led the way in a steady and fruitful transformation of the Front Street District. The combined vision of…Read More

BSC Celebrates the Recently Completed Rand-Whitney Expansion Project at Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

BSC's Will Walter attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the recently completed Rand-Whitney Expansion project, a manufacturing and storage facility located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. As pictured, in attendance of the ribbon cutting ceremony was owner Robert Kraft, Governor Gina Raimondo, and Mayor Donald Grebien. BSC provided the civil/site engineering, landscape architecture, permitting, and construction…Read More

BSC Recognized for Pro Bono Contributions to Worcester Project

As committed members of the Worcester Business community, BSC Group was pleased to support the City of Worcester in its efforts to redevelop the Stearns Tavern as a workforce training center. BSC Group provided pro bono surveying services to support the multifaceted project that involved physically moving the historic structure to a new location. We…Read More

Gillian Davies Concludes Successful Term as SWS President

The Society of Wetland Scientists annual meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, marked the end of Gillian Davies's term as president of the international organization. Gillian's tenure was distinguished by opportunities to educate officials worldwide on the importance of wetlands in preserving natural resources. Traveling to such destinations as Taiwan, China, Portugal, Spain, Quebec City,…Read More