Tighe & Bond welcomes two additionsMarch 12, 2012
WESTFIELD Daniel Buttrick, P.E., an environmental engineer, and Jason Urso, P.E., a mechanical engineer, both joined Tighe & Bond Inc. in February.
Buttrick's addition to the firm's dam and water resources team signifies substantial growth in that service sector.
He has a background in dam engineering, water resources engineering and management, and stormwater management in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. He also has expertise in environmental compliance and permitting that will benefit clients as he works with them to develop solutions that are efficient, cost-effective, and appropriate to their unique needs.
Buttrick has a bachelor of science in civil and environmental engineering, as well as a master of science in environmental engineering, from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. A resident of Easthampton, he is a second-term member of the Easthampton, Massachusetts Conservation Commission, and served as a member of the city's Ad-hoc Stormwater Committee.
He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, the Association of State Dam Safety Officials, and the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissioners.
Urso will be working primarily out of the firm's Westfield office and will also provide mechanical design support to the firm's other five offices in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.
Urso has nearly 10 years of mechanical engineering experience in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. With a diverse background in all types of mechanical systems, he will work closely with clients to develop building solutions that are efficient, cost-effective, and appropriate to their unique needs.
Urso has a bachelor of science in mechanical and materials engineering, and a master's degree from the University of Connecticut. He is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and chairman for the Connecticut chapter of the Young Engineers in ASHRAE.