Guest Blog: BCS Management, Inc. Communication and Transparency in Public Works Projects

Community awareness and education are crucial for programs related to public health. A communication plan with multiple touchpoints helps the community to develop an understanding of the issues, the scope of the project, and the steps being taken to complete it. Projects requiring property inspections and public feedback require clear and consistent communication support for… Read More

Walden President Participates in Student Outreach

Being a strong community member, at Walden, means getting involved and finding ways to facilitate meaningful interactions with others. One of the ways we accomplish this is by coming together with young students at surrounding schools. On March 22, 2022 Walden founder and principal, Joe Heaney, had the opportunity to attend the Breakfast of Engineers… Read More

Meet Walden’s 2021 Scholarship Winner!

Walden Environmental Engineering offers a scholarship to high school students in Oyster Bay, NY.  The goal is to expose young aspiring students to engineering and to pursue the field and study of engineering. In the world of engineering, a quality high school education sets the foundation needed to excel in higher learning and one’s career…. Read More

Walden and Harkin Aerial to Present MS4 Illicit Discharge Detection Investigation Using Thermal Image UAVs (Drones) at the 2021 Long Island GIS Virtual User Conference

Walden and Harkin Aerial will be presenting groundbreaking techniques for using drones to locate potential pollution in water bodies at the 2021 Long Island GIS Virtual User Conference. The seminar will discuss using cutting-edge technology to find illicit discharges. Thomas T. (Ted), Nitza Jr., P.E. from Walden, and Scott Harrigan from Harkin Aerial will be… Read More

Walden Welcomes Allison!

Allison Brundage is a Staff Engineer at Walden Environmental Engineering. Allison received her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Environmental Sustainability from the University of Delaware. Her favorite course in college was global sustainable engineering. She was also active in Greek life and club sports. In addition to her campus participation, Allison… Read More

Walden Female Staff Speak at Hofstra Virtual Forum

Nora Brew, P.E., Walden Environmental Engineering (Walden) Vice President, cohosted a presentation to female college and high school students interested in pursuing studies in engineering. The W SPiCE (Women’s Summer Program in Computer/Engineering) initiative was spearheaded by Phil Coniglio, founder of the Co-op Program at the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science at… Read More