Check out this inspiring story from one of our Environmental Technicians, Melissa Perri, delivered at the recent Women’s Empowerment Lunch held by STRIVE: The day I graduated from High School, I started working to support myself. Some years, I worked two or three jobs at a time. I wasn’t getting rich, but I was getting
School water quality is front-page news across the nation. From the ongoing catastrophe in Flint, Michigan to recent reports of high lead levels in several schools in New Jersey and Long Island, public concern about lead exposure is growing. Six schools on Long Island recently tested positive for high levels of lead in various tap
Our HR Director, Deanna Lantieri, was featured in the May issue of PSMJ—a leading publication in the A/E/C industry—in an article discussing our corporate culture here at PWGC. Read the full article below: Treat Your Employees Like Adults for a Change Deanna Lantieri, Director of Human Resources at P.W. Grosser Consulting (PWGC), a 55-person environmental
Brooklyn’s Weeksville Heritage Center has won the Institutional Building Award presented by the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The Weeksville Heritage Center is a new museum located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York with a multi-pronged mission of preservation and education. The Center acts as the steward of several
Last week, PWGC President Dr. Paul Grosser led a drilling demonstration for students in Stony Brook University’s Civil Engineering Department. The event allowed the SBU students to gain valuable hands-on experience as they work towards their engineering degrees. Dr. Grosser, who is on SBU’s Civil Engineering Advisory Board, believes there is a strong need for
We’re very proud to announce that P.W. Grosser employee Jenny Lund has been promoted to the position of Senior Engineer following her successful passage of the Professional Engineer (PE) exam. Ms. Lund was an intern at PWGC before earning a BS in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2010, following which she joined the
As of December 21, PWGC has been requalified by the NYC School Construction Authority (SCA) to submit bids and proposals for Water Supply Treatment and Distribution and Environmental Consulting Services. The SCA is responsible for designing and constructing safe and environmentally sound public schools throughout NYC. Our status as a requalified firm extends for a
Many thanks to our clients and colleagues for a wonderful year. From all of us at PWGC, let’s have a joyful and prosperous 2016!
We had our first-ever Thanksgiving Pot Luck this year at PWGC headquarters in Bohemia. A great time and obscene amount of food were had by all. Till next year: Happy Turkey Day, everyone!
Following the recent establishment of the new civil engineering graduate program at Stony Brook University, PWGC President Dr. Paul Grosser has been selected as a member of the university’s newly minted Civil Engineering Advisory Board. As a board member, Dr. Grosser will play an advisory role in guiding the direction of Stony Brook University’s Department