Westfield, Massachusetts January 6, 2013 – Two professional engineers recently joined Tighe & Bond in the firm’s growing Worcester, Massachusetts office.
Project Manager Emily Scerbo, P.E. is an environmental engineer with 11 years of experience providing a wide range of engineering design and planning services for municipalities and commercial clients. She regularly supports communities in meeting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Phase II stormwater requirements, and identifies creative solutions to water resources challenges through improved stormwater management.
A recognized stormwater management expert in Massachusetts, Scerbo recently was one of three stormwater consultants selected by the Metropolitan Area Planning Commission (MAPC) to participate in developing a Stormwater Utility Starter Kit. She was also asked to host the Essex County Highway Association’s 2013 Fall Training event, which provided a full day of education to municipal staff throughout the region on a wide variety of stormwater management and pollution prevention topics.
A resident of Westminster, Massachusetts, Scerbo earned her bachelor of science in environmental engineering from Tufts University. She is also a member of the Water Environment Federation, and the New England Water Environment Association.
Project Engineer, Anthony Maressa, P.E. is a civil engineer who is experienced in providing water, wastewater, and stormwater services to municipal clients. His background includes site design, treatment design, hydraulics, asset management, public bidding, construction administration and observation, drafting, and regulatory permitting.
Maressa has assumed pivotal roles in a broad range of projects such as pump stations and upgrades, water treatment facilities, water mains, new source development, and stormwater management. His stormwater and wastewater experience includes sewer collection system rehabilitation, infiltration/inflow evaluations, and permit compliance. In addition, he has experience with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) drinking water regulations, as well as the MassDEP stormwater handbook and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) stormwater regulations.
A resident of Westminster, Massachusetts, Maressa earned his bachelor of science in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is also a member of the New England Water Works Association, Massachusetts Water Works Association, and the New England Water Environment Association.