Newburyport plans public session on resiliency efforts

The Daily News

“The workshop was planned and led by a core team of local officials, city residents and an environmental consulting company, Horsley Witten Group… One result of the project is MVP certification, which gives communities access to additional state grants for projects related to climate change resiliency.”

SOUTH KINGSTON community plans together at workshop

The Narragansett Times

“The purpose of Wednesday’s gathering, Davis explained, was to present what’s been done so far and to gather input during one final public workshop.”

Planners seek input on improving West Ashley Greenway, bikeway trails

ABC News4, South Carolina

We are proud to be back in South Carolina collaborating with Alta Planning + Design and Dover, Kohl & Partners – Town Planning working on the West Ashley Greenway & Bikeway Master Plan!

Building Business: Parking Garden at Heritage “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”

Cape Cod Life

Check out the early summer edition of Cape Cod Home and learn about stormwater management at one of our favorite locations.

Work on Attleboro boardwalk on track

The Sun Chronicle

HW is proud to share the news that the City of Attleboro is making great progress with its Riverwalk Connector project.

Sunset Lake on Tap for Oak Bluffs Voters

MV Times

“…Consultants Horsley Witten have created a detailed plan to address the worsening drainage issues and to upgrade the pond and park. The plan includes a path around the lake with improved handicap accessibility, wet swale, stormwater retrofit, removal of non-native plants, plantings, and signage…”

Housing Project in Mashpee Deemed Viable

The Mashpee Enterprise

“Affordable housing advocates in town have long pursued a development on the site, and the final recommendation from Horsley Witten marks a clear path forward.”

The Next Wave – Brian Laverriere

Cape Cod Life

“Brian Laverriere’s zest for life is palpable. The 26-year-old landscape designer for the Horsley Witten Group, an environmental consulting firm, treats life like a classroom, eager for opportunities to better himself both professionally and personally. ‘Even if I’m 60 years old and I’ve got all of these prestigious awards, you ask me what I am: I’m a student,’ he says, ‘always willing to learn, always willing to listen.’”

Change Coming Down the Tracks

Pawtucket Times

“Jeff Davis, a project planner with engineering consultant Horsley Witten Group of Sandwich, Mass., was at Wednesday’s forum to listen to public comment on what they’d like to see in the district…”

Charleston City Council Adopts West Ashley Master Plan

The Post and Courier

HW is thrilled to have been part of the Dover, Kohl & Partners – Town Planning Partners team for this meaningful project!

Attleboro’s Long Awaited Riverside Boardwalk will be Completed this Spring

The Sun Chronicle

“Thrilled to continue our work with the passionate staff in Attleboro, reconnecting people to their river! Exciting to finally break ground on this project after many years of planning and design.”
Michelle West, Sr. Project Manager

Construction on Pawtucket’s Train Station due to begin in September

The Valley Breeze

“HW has worked on a variety of projects in Pawtucket/Central Falls going back over a decade now. We’re particularly proud to be part of this project, which will be completely transformative for these cities.”
Nate Kelly, Principal Planner

Boston Public Schools Just Got A Little Greener

Greenovate, City of Boston

“New rain gardens, bioswales and other green infrastructure will soon capture and filter rainwater runoff while serving as an educational tool for teachers and students of five Boston Public Schools.”

Washington Irving Ribbon Cutting – Promo

“The grass isn’t the only thing that’s green at the Washington Irving Middle School in Roslindale. With Mayor Walsh, Boston Public Schools Superintendent Chang, and Principal Davis in attendance, the school debuted its green infrastructure project. In addition to environmental benefits, the project will be integrated into the school’s curriculum providing the students with hands-on learning opportunities.”

Changing Chesapeake: Smith Island Unites to Save Itself

NBC Washington

“A fiercely independent group of people is uniting for the first time to save its way of life. By inviting outsiders in, Smith Islanders say they’re ready to change to stay the same.”

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