Tighe & Bond announces promotions of Baldwin, Mezquita

Date: 6/19/2013

WESTFIELD – Following the firm's annual stockholder's meeting in April, Tighe & Bond announced the promotion of two of its managers to vice president: Elizabeth Baldwin, P.E., and Bradlee Mezquita, P.E., LEED AP.

Elizabeth Baldwin, P.E., who works out of Tighe & Bond's Westfield, Massachusetts office, joined the firm in 1988. Over the years, she has served as a civil engineer and project manager for numerous high profile water resources and wastewater projects.

Her long list of accomplishments includes managing the design and construction of the Chicopee Valley Aqueduct water transmission main for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority.

She also has been instrumental in managing multiple water system improvements for the Metropolitan District (MDC) in Hartford, as well as managing the design and construction of various water resources projects for clients across New England.

Baldwin also oversees Tighe & Bond's master specification program for consistent delivery of high quality and efficient client construction contracts.

A resident of Southampton, Baldwin has a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Bucknell University, and holds registrations in Massachusetts and Connecticut. She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Water Works Association, the New England Water Works Association, and the Construction Specifications Institute.

Bradlee Mezquita, P.E., LEED AP, who works out of Tighe & Bond's Portsmouth, New Hampshire office, joined the firm in 1995. He has more than 20 years of civil engineering and project management experience, and is a strong advocate of sustainability as part of the overall design process. His many accomplishments include providing site, track and and athletic field designs for numerous school projects – such as those for the University of New Hampshire, Somersworth School District, Windham High School, and Nashoba Valley Technical High School.

Experienced in track system design and artificial turf, he was also the project manager for the award-winning Winnacunnet High School running track facility. In addition, Mezquita manages the firm's New Hampshire Army National Guard on call contract, and services for multiple New Hampshire municipalities.

A resident of Brentwood, N.H., Mezquita has a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire, and holds registrations in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine. He is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional, and also a member of the New England Water Environment Association.