William R. Walsh III, PE, LEED AP
William R. Walsh is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) with over twenty years of experience in civil engineering, site planning and project management. His experience includes all facets of site planning, engineering and design for a variety of clients including; regulatory permitting, land planning, cemetery design, storm water management, site designs for residential and institutional clients and construction management and administration.
Bill founded Walsh Engineering Associates, Inc. (WEA), in 2009 to provide civil engineering consulting services to clients throughout New England. The founding tenet of WEA is to deliver services that address our client needs from project inception to construction completion. To this end, Bill provides his personal expertise and attention to satisfy each client’s particular needs and goals.
As a LEED Accredited Professional and a corporate member of U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Bill is committed to providing sustainable design practices into all projects. Bill has managed the site LEED certification for several projects, including the Cotter Union/Pulver Pavilion Building at Colby College (LEED Silver certified, 2009) and the Diamond Building at Colby College (LEED certified, 2007.)
Prior to establishing WEA, Bill was a Principal at a Landscape Architecture firm. During that time, was involved with the planning, permitting, construction document preparation, bidding and construction administration of large-scale projects including Colby College, the State of Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Services and Sugarloaf USA.
Thomas S. Greer, PE
Thomas S. Greer’s experience in consulting engineering includes construction inspection, civil engineering design, and project management, as well as company management as a Principal of Pinkham & Greer; each experience building on the previous to form a well-rounded background in civil engineering and business management.
Tom’s principal responsibilities within the company include management of civil engineering projects such as site designs and permit applications. Civil engineering projects include subdivision and land planning, stormwater management plans, site designs for commercial and institutional clients, and utility design for sewer and water projects.
Tom’s hands-on experience when addressing each client’s individual business concerns; developing solutions sensitive to the issues important to the client, such as financing, in addition to the technical engineering issues.
Tom has chaired the American Society of Civil Engineering subcommittee reviewing the stormwater management manual prepared by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and was a member of the Technical Advisory Committee in developing the DEP Stormwater Management Program. He has also assisted the DEP with training programs for Non-Point Source Stormwater through the Non Point Source Technical Advisory Committee
Michael Walsh, PE, MBA
Michael J. Walsh is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) with over twenty years of engineering consulting experience related to environmental compliance, permitting, design, and quality assurance for construction and remediation projects.
Michael joined Walsh Engineering Associates, Inc. (WEA) in 2013 as Vice President / Senior Engineer providing project management and engineering services for private and public clients including construction management, stormwater compliance and permitting, oil storage (SPCC) plans, solid waste facility design and permitting, landfill expansions and closure quality assurance, and remediation.
Prior to joining WEA, Michael was Vice President at a Maine-based environmental consulting firm responsible for managing the firm’s environmental consulting service staff and managing projects. Michael brings a broad background of environmental compliance, permitting, quality control and quality assurance, project design, and site remediation.
Recent projects include Maine Energy Recovery Company Demolition and Remediation, KTI Bio Fuels, Inc. Site Improvement Project, Verso Paper Phase I Landfill Expansion, Lewiston Landfill Phase III Expansion, and MaineDOT facility compliance support.
Silas W. Canavan, PE, CFM
Silas W. Canavan is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) practicing civil and environmental engineering design in New England since 2006. His experience includes utility design; local and state project permitting; construction oversight; surveying; hydrologic stormwater modeling; stormwater management; and erosion and sedimentation control, as well as environmental engineering including Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and environmental remediation design and oversight.
Silas joined Walsh Engineering Associates (WEA) in 2012, and develops site plans, site details, stormwater management analyses, permitting documents, and construction documents for various clients in New England. He also provides construction administration and construction oversight services. Silas is highly skilled with AutoCAD Civil 3D and HydroCAD stormwater modeling software.
Prior to joining WEA, Silas held positions as a Civil/Environmental Engineer at an environmental engineering company and a Design Engineer at a civil engineering firm, both of which were in Maine. From these experiences, Silas brings with him a broad background of planning, permitting, site investigations, construction document preparation, bidding, and construction administration of large-scale projects including the University of New England Campus Expansion, the Bath Iron Works Shipway Demolition, the Thompson’s Point Redevelopment, the Callahan Mine Superfund Site Remediation, and the Nashua Boiler House Demolition.
Norman G. Chamberlain II, PE
Norman G. Chamberlain II is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) with over thirty years of professional experience in civil engineering and consulting. His experience includes site planning; subdivisions; road design; local and state project permitting; hydraulic and hydrologic stormwater modeling; stormwater management; and erosion and sedimentation control.
Norm joined Walsh Engineering Associates (WEA) in 2015, and is a Project Manager preparing plans, permitting documents, and construction documents for various clients in Maine and New England. He also provides construction administration and construction oversight services. Norm has extensive experience using various software programs including AutoCAD and HydroCAD for stormwater modeling to assist him in the design process.
Prior to joining WEA, Norm held positions at consulting firms in Maine and New Jersey as a Principal, Project Manager, Civil Engineer and Design Engineer. From these experiences, Norm brings with him a broad background of planning, permitting, site investigations, construction document preparation, bidding, and construction administration of large-scale projects including site planning and permitting for the Central Maine Heart and Vascular Institute; Bridgton Hospital; Rumford Hospital; KBS Building Systems in Paris; Streamside Subdivision in Lewiston; Kittyhawk Business Park in Auburn; Lincoln Street in Lewiston; and Morse Road in New Gloucester.