Happenings

Brunswick Nature Park Receives Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Award

The Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Award Program recognized Nature Park in Brunsick County, NC for its achievement in protecting water quality, preserving open space, utilizing green building and stormwater practices, and educating the public. BSC Group provided master planning, landscape architecture, and environmental permitting services for the project. Nature Park is a 911-acre waterfront…Read More

BSC Civil Engineers Honored by BSCES

Two BSC Group civil engineers were recently honored by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section (BSCES) of the American Society for Civil Engineers. The BSCES recognizes individuals for their outstanding contributions to the civil engineering industry. Joanna Lunsford, a transportation engineer, received the Younger Member Award for her dedication to the BSCES Younger Member…Read More

Charles Kalauskas, PE Takes Helm as Chief Executive Officer

BSC Group's board of directors has appointed Charles Kalauskas, PE to the role of chief executive officer, a newly-created position in the firm. Promoted from his former role as executive vice president, Charlie will take responsibility for company-wide operations, including the firm's engineering, planning, ecological science, landscape architecture, and land surveying divisions. Charlie has more…Read More

Geonetics Project Featured in Boston Herald

The August 24 issue of the Boston Herald highlighted a new online database of complaints to the Boston Mayor's Hotline. The project, called the Boston GIS Data Hub, was designed by Geonetics, a subsidiary of BSC Companies. The Boston GIS Data Hub project tracks complaints to the Mayor's Hotline and creates a visual map that…Read More

Ingeborg Hegemann, PWS Appointed to Society of Wetland Scientists Professional Certification Program Review Panel

Ingeborg Hegemann, PWS, a BSC Group Vice President, has been appointed to serve on the national Certification Review Panel for the Society of Wetland Scientists Professional Certification Program (SWSPCP). The program was established to encourage and strengthen standards related to wetland science professions, including ecologists, hydrologists, soil scientists, educators, agency professionals, and consultants. The SWSPCP…Read More

Aarthy Sabesan Publishes Article on Spatially Designating Endangered and Threatened Species

BSC Group's GIS analyst, Aarthy Sabesan, co-authored an article published in the Journal of Map & Geography Libraries, a peer-reviewed publication. Entitled "Spatial Designation of Critical Habitats for Enangered and Threatened Species in the United States," the article discussed the importance of spatially identifying and designating habitats of endangered and threatened species. As part of their…Read More

Kurt Prochorena Authors New England Real Estate Journal Article

Kurt Prochorena, PE, LEP, LEED AP, of BSC Group's Glastonbury office recently authored an article discussing how the current economic crisis has affected the design process for land development projects of all sizes. Entitled "A Change in Approach with the Integrated Design Process Requires Free Flowing Communications," Kurt's article emphasizes the importance of a collaborative…Read More

Gillian Davies to Serve on Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Global Warming Subcommittee

Gillian Davies, a senior wetland scientist in BSC's Worcester office, has been invited to serve on the Natural Resources and Habitat Subcommittee of the Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA) Adaptation Advisory Committee. The committee has been established by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs under a directive of the Global Warming Solutions…Read More

Boston Business Journal Features BSC Group Engineer

BSC Group civil engineer Scott Turner was featured in the May 29 issue of the Boston Business Journal. In an article entitled, "Engineers Are Getting Involved Earlier in the Process," Scott commented on many clients' desire to work with a single design firm to streamline project development. Citing the successful Hingham Shipyard redevelopment project, a…Read More

Boston Children’s Museum Project Receives Sustainable Design Award

The Boston Children's Museum project has received a 2009 Honor Award for Design Excellence from the Boston Society of Architects as part of their Sustainable Design Awards program. The project's architect, Cambridge Seven Associates, was recognized for the project's numerous sustainable elements, including a green roof, gray-water systems, water-saving plumbing fixtures, energy-efficient lighting and elevators,…Read More
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