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

Walden’s Division Director Acquires CHMM Certification

One of Walden’s environmental health and safety (EH&S) professionals, Mike Balda, has recently received his certification as a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), to further his expertise and contributions to the team. The CHMM certification is offered by the Institute of Hazardous Material Management (IHMM) and is a recognized credential by corporations and municipalities across… Read More

DEC Announces Availability of Grant Funding to Improve Water Quality, Bolster Resiliency in Estuaries

Tributary Restoration and Resiliency Grants will Help Hudson River, Westchester, New York City, and Long Island Communities Restore Habitat for American Eel and River Herring New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) will award $1 million in grant funding that is earmarked for communities in eastern New York to improve water quality, increase flood… Read More

Walden to Present at Stormwater Control Conference

On March 16, 2021, Walden’s Ted Nitza and Harkin Aerial’s Scott Harrigan will be presenting at the national 2022 Operation & Maintenance of Stormwater Control Measures Conference during the morning group of sessions categorized ‘Technology and Novel Equipment’. Walden’s Rebecca Stouges is also a co-author of this study and has contributed much of the engineering… Read More