Reading, MA – Weston & Sampson recently announced several senior level promotions in New England.
Mike Scipione, P.E. has assumed the newly created role of chief development officer. He will provide leadership to help execute and manage strategic growth plans, mergers and acquisitions, organization/structure of business development and marketing groups, and strategic teaming partnerships.
Indrani Ghosh, Ph.D. was promoted to senior technical leader in the firm’s Climate Resiliency initiative. She has nearly 20 years of experience in translating climate change projections to engineering design criteria for new and existing infrastructure. She also conducts modeling of climate change impacts as part of vulnerability assessments and adaptation planning for numerous projects along the East Coast.
Steven LaRosa was promoted to senior technical leader in the Energy, Geotechnical, and Environmental group. With over 35 years of experience, he helps lead the firm’s practice related to emerging contaminants, including PFAS-related site assessment and remediation and risk assessment. He is an active member of the emerging contaminants committee for the Environmental Business Council of New England, New England Water Environment Association, and Green Mountain Water Environment Association.
Michael Smith, P.E. was promoted to senior technical leader in the Wastewater group and will lead industrial wastewater market development efforts. He has more than 30 years of experience in industrial and municipal wastewater facilities planning and process design and control. He has also led numerous brewery wastewater pre-treatment projects throughout New England and New York to improve brewing best management practices for wastewater load reduction.
Malcolm Beeler, LEP was promoted to senior technical leader in the firm’s Energy, Geotechnical, and Environmental group. He has 30 years of experience and specializes in remedial site investigations, remedial design and implementation, and remediation site management. He is also an authority on polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) regulations and addressing PCBs in the environment.