Published in Providence Business News: Five Questions with Melissa Carter

September 25, 2019

Providence Business News speaks with Melissa Carter about our role on the final phase of the largest public works project in Rhode Island history

 

Melissa Carter, Vice President, planning and design manager in our Providence, Rhode Island office, chats with Providence Business News about the Narragansett Bay Commission’s Combined Sewer Overflow Project, which will dramatically improve water quality in the Narragansett Bay.

Melissa also discusses some of the other projects she has worked on to date and whether we’ll be seeing more projects like these due to global warming.

Read original story at Providence Business News.

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