Company adds two environmental engineers
Wright-Pierce has announced the arrival of two environmental engineers to the company. Bryan J. Weiner, P.E., has joined the Providence, R.I., office where he will lead project teams in the water and wastewater practice groups. Donald L. Song, P.E., recently joined the wastewater practice group at the firm's Portland, Maine, office.
Weiner has experience in the planning, design, permitting and construction management of municipal and institutional water and wastewater infrastructure projects. He has worked with clients in both the public and private sectors and will play an instrumental role in developing and managing the firm's Southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island work. He is a member of the American Water Works Assn., New England Water Environment Assn., the American Society of Civil Engineers and Boston Society of Civil Engineers.
Song has experience in the planning, design, permitting and construction of industrial and municipal wastewater infrastructure projects. He is a member of the Water Environment Federation and the Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering Honor Society) of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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