Congratulations Brittany!

Bayside Engineering is pleased to announce that Brittany Brown recently passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam, earning her the title of Engineer-in-Training (E.I.T.) This is the first required test for engineers to pass in order to apply for the P.E. exam. Brittany, a graduate of Merrimack College with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in […]

Bridge Replacement, Heath Massachusetts

Bayside completed a bridge replacement project in Heath, Massachusetts. The original single span bridge was constructed in 1928 and reconstructed in 1948. We designed a new 40 foot single span bridge with curb-to-curb width of 22 feet. To ensure that there was no adverse impact to the hydraulic flow area under the bridge, the existing […]

Construction Continues on the Gallagher Intermodal Pedestrian Bridge in Lowell

Teaming up with AECOM, Bayside provided the structural design of the truss bridge, bridge pier and footings. Bayside also provided construction oversight services as the Structural Engineer of Record. The 140-foot walkway will provide tenants of the new Thorndike Exchange Development safe access to the transportation terminal. The bridge was fabricated in Maine in two […]

Military Heavy Haul: Tanks Headed to Stow, MA

Bayside Engineering recently teamed up with the Collings Foundation to escort a military vehicle heavy haul for the Stow, Massachusetts nonprofit. The purpose of the Collings Foundation is to organize and support “living history” events and the presentation of historical artifacts and content that enable Americans to learn more about their heritage through direct participation. […]

Lucas Perkins joins the Bayside Engineering Team

Bayside Engineering welcomes Lucas Perkins in his role as Land Surveyor. He brings over 13 years of experience in surveying and civil engineering. A graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology, Lucas was most recently employed by MassDOT as Resident Engineer responsible for the Rt. 128 Beverly highway resurfacing contract. He also worked on the Accelerated […]

Channel Sediment Sampling

Recently our engineers visited Sheffield to sample channel sediment.  The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) permitting requires sediment sample testing prior to construction to determine constituent concentrations in the sediment. This is one aspect of environmental permitting Bayside Engineering provides for bridge replacement and channel reshaping projects.

Mike and Ken at the NBM Public Works Equipment Trade Show

Mike Rizzo and Ken Cram representing Bayside the Norfolk-Bristol-Middlesex Highway Association’s annual Equipment, Products and Services Show at the Wellesley Department of Public Works’ Highway Division Yard. What a great day for all. NBM Highway Association includes as members, public works and highway officials in the three counties and offers associate memberships to engineers, contractors and […]

Boxford Accelerated Culvert Follow-Up

Engineers Bree Sullivan and Laura Young spent the morning investigating the status of the “now famous” accelerated culvert replacement in Boxford.  Bayside completed the aggressive project within a 3 day weekend, from removal of the culvert to the final paving, striping and guardrail placement.  The 3 year follow-up shows that culvert is still performing exactly […]

Confined Space Inspection

Bayside recently explored the condition of the Danvers Putnamville Reservoir’s gatehouse and outlet works for the Salem/Beverly Water Supply Board.  Bree Sullivan, our Civil and Environmental Engineer, completed the confined space inspection with Industrial Safety & Rescue at the ready with a two person extraction team.  The 37’ foot deep outlet works gatehouse was constructed […]

Heavy Haul Escort

Bayside Engineering recently escorted a heavy haul move from Searsport, ME to Searsmont, ME. The object being transported was a wood-fired boiler for a new biomass plant at Robbins Lumber. Weighing 346,000lbs, the 84 feet long by 21 feet tall boiler took two days to arrive at its final destination. As part of the move, […]