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Daniel M. Feeney, PE, LEED AP, Principal

As a Principal with Beals and Thomas, and Director of Operations, Dan manages several of the
firm’s long-term projects, many of which include stormwater management design consistent with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Stormwater Management Standards, site layout and grading, construction cost estimating, utility research and design, earthwork analyses, water supply
and fire protection studies, site work specification preparation, construction administration and air quality analyses.  Dan is also an adept leader, providing his project team with guidance and knowledge throughout the process of civil and site design, and permitting for the firm’s industrial, commercial and residential development projects.

Daniel M. Feeney, PE, LEED AP, Principal

As a Principal with Beals+Thomas, and Director of Operations, Dan manages several of the
firm’s long-term projects, many of which include stormwater management design consistent with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Stormwater Management Standards, site layout and grading, construction cost estimating, utility research and design, earthwork analyses, water supply
and fire protection studies, site work specification preparation, construction administration and air quality analyses.  Dan is also an adept leader, providing his project team with guidance and knowledge throughout the process of civil and site design, and permitting for the firm’s industrial, commercial and residential development projects.

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George “Gerry” Preble, President

Gerry has served as the President since 2013 succeeding the founder who had served as the President
since the company’s inception in 1984.  Gerry started at the company as a construction site inspector and subsequently progressed to achieve licensure, professional recognition and management responsibilities.  His intention is to continue the tradition of a progressive company at which people can advance their professional careers and provide exemplary services for our new and long-term clients.

 

Gerry has over 35 years of civil and environmental engineering experience, and serves as a consultant
for major corporations as the client’s representative for strategic development, environmental investigations, and water resources planning.  He has extensive experience providing consulting
services to Planning Boards, Conservation Commissions and Zoning Boards of Appeals
who rely on his evaluation of proposed development projects.

 

Richard Kosian, Executive Vice President, Director of Business Development

Rich has more than 40 years of experience in design and construction services for civil engineering projects. He is a registered professional engineer in all New England states, and is a LEED® Accredited Professional.

Since joining Beals+Thomas in 1985, Rich has been responsible for constructed projects totaling more than 2 million square feet of office/R&D development, and over 1,000 residential units. His experience includes commercial developments, residential developments, industrial facilities, athletic facilities,
health care facilities, hotels, and utility infrastructure projects. Because of his significant experience
in field engineering and construction administration, he is highly sensitive to the practical aspects of engineering design, project management, constructability and cost.

 
 

Eric J. Las, PE, LEED AP, Principal

Eric is responsible for project direction and management, civil and environmental engineering,
and permitting for a range of industrial, commercial, residential, conservation and restoration projects.
He is particularly experienced with municipal review services, public hearings, bond estimates and construction observations. He is also very knowledgeable of wetland, pond and stream ecology,
wetland creation, restoration and enhancement, and pond management techniques. 
He is respected for his expert testimony services.

 

Robert J. Buckley, PLS, Principal

Bob has over 40 years of land surveying experience performing boundary, topographic and construction surveys for public and private sector clients.  His experience includes all aspects of surveying for development projects, permitting, property transfers, estate plans and conservation plans.  His expertise ranges from complex coastal urban redevelopment projects to the resolution of rural boundaries, and
he has extensive survey experience related to state and local environmental permitting including the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, Chapter 91, Army Corps of Engineers, Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program and Conservation Restrictions. He collaborates with legal, design, and construction teams to provide solution-based services from due diligence through project close-out.

 

David J. LaPointe, RLA, LEED AP, CPSI, Principal

Dave is an experienced landscape architect, leads the Landscape Architecture staff and serves as a Project Manager for an array of projects, including parks, office buildings, institutional campuses, industrial facilities, recreational areas and residential developments.  He provides leadership to the professional staff as they develop site layouts, grading and landscape design for development projects, ensuring that site designs comply with applicable regulatory provisions.

 

Kenneth Conte, PLS, Principal

Ken has over 30 years of land surveying experience performing boundary, topographic and construction surveys for public and private sector clients. He serves as Project Director on a wide range of projects of varying type and scale. He provides professional land surveying services for site development plans, subdivision plans, roadway improvement plans, utility infrastructure plans, boundary and retracement surveys, and as-built surveys.

 
 

Stacy H. Minihane, PWS, Senior Associate

Stacy has extensive experience with local, state and federal permitting processes, wetland science
and environmental research, and she is adept at the preparation and oversight of complex reports and permitting documentation. She is an experienced facilitator, managing the collaborative processes for a variety of projects, including long-term on-going public outreach and meetings relating to significant projects subject to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA), as well as public forums and stakeholder meetings relating to the development of municipal Open Space and Recreation Plans. 
Her thorough understanding of the subject matter and dynamics of working with government
agencies allows her to help participants manage complex technical information while
maintaining productive communication throughout the process.

 

Ian C. Wisuri, PLS, Associate

Ian has more than 18 years of land surveying experience and is a licensed Professional Land Surveyor in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.

 

Ian oversees traditional survey products such as ALTA/NSPS Land Title surveys, boundary retracements, topographic surveys, data accumulation surveys, and construction layout services. Ian’s understanding of survey technology and sound professional practice enables him to provide creative solutions to
non-traditional survey problems, and seamless integration of the latest software, GIS, and GPS
systems and methodologies.

 

Ian also specializes in serving Beals+Thomas solar energy clients.  As a consulting firm whose mission is to meet client goals by providing solution-oriented land planning and design services that are balanced with an environmental ethic, Beals+Thomas has been particularly pleased to be part of the increased incorporation of renewable energy, including solar power, into the Commonwealth’s energy portfolio.

Ian is an active member of both state and national surveying societies, as well as the
New England Land Title Association.

 

Paula Thompson, PE, LEED AP, SITES AP, Associate

As a Senior Engineer, Paula is a LEED® Accredited Professional and is charged with recommending and designing sustainable site components and low impact development techniques.  Her expertise includes feasibility studies, site layout and grading, comprehensive stormwater management design to achieve the goals and standards of the MA DEP Stormwater Management Regulations, soil suitability evaluations, utility and septic design, earthwork analyses, developing sitework specifications, and engineering consulting and peer review services to municipal Boards and Commissions. Paula has a wide range of experience in state and local permitting including MEPA permitting, Notice of Intent, Special Permits, Site Plan Approval, Comprehensive Permits (MGL Chapter 40B), and Subdivision approvals.

 

Jeffrey Heidelberg, PE, LEED AP, Associate

Jeffrey is an experienced project manager, having led the entitlement, design, and development of
complex urban mixed-use projects, as well as retail, residential, office, and hotel developments.
Jeffrey has directed and managed teams responsible for over 1.5 million square feet of retail space,
1 million square feet of office space, and 500 residential units.  Having worked as a developer for
over 10 years, Jeffrey brings an owner's view to managing a project and its team, with strict attention
to detail, cost, and responsiveness.  His experience provides a unique perspective, knowledge,
and insight into the various aspects of proposing, permitting, and successfully managing
complex real estate projects from concept through construction.

 

Kirk E. Aubuchont, PLS, Associate

Kirk has been with Beals + Thomas for over three decades, developing a breadth of land surveying experience while continually providing our clients with exemplary attention to detail. Kirk is responsible for many aspects of land surveying, including ALTA/NSPS land title surveys, boundary surveys, construction as-built, construction layout, GPS, and topographic surveys. He provides field management and instruction to ensure the completion of high-quality land surveys.

Mark E. Benson, PLS, Associate

Mark has been a part of the Beals + Thomas land survey team for close to 30 years, providing direction and guidance to field and office staff, and internal coordination for project survey requirements.  He is responsible for project management and production of survey plans including ALTA/NSPS land title surveys, property line, topographic, and as-built plans.  Mark routinely supervises survey crews performing surveys for boundary determination, topography, and construction layout, and provides expertise in complex urban title insurance surveys and existing conditions base plans.

 
 
 

Sarah W. Stearns, PWS, Associate

Sarah has extensive experience with project management and environmental permitting for an array of projects related to master planning and land use. Representative projects include golf courses, commercial, residential and transportation projects.  She has prepared and presented numerous complex permit applications and received approvals from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Commonwealth of Massachusetts agencies including Department of Environmental Protection, the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Office and Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program as well as local Conservation Commissions, Planning, Zoning and Health departments.  She also provides peer review services for various Conservation Commissions in Massachusetts.

Sarah’s unique perspectives and knowledge as both a golf course and cranberry bog owner serve our clients in these industries well, allowing her to manage and guide complex golf course master planning, construction and improvement projects, as well as solar projects being developed under the Commonwealth’s latest SMART incentive program.

Elizabeth A. Clark, PE, ENV SP, SITES AP

Liz serves as the lead design engineer for many of our urban projects, providing innovative solutions for physically and environmentally constrained sites. She strives to provide her clients with practical designs that meet regulatory requirements while incorporating cost-effective, environmentally sensitive technologies, such as low impact development methods. Liz has provided solutions for sites that have a variety of regulatory and environmental constraints including: nutrient restrictions for stormwater discharges, proximity to water supply reservoirs, and contamination constraints.  She also evaluates criteria for resiliency and sustainability goals and provides designs to meet the targeted objectives.

 

Liz also acts as B+T’s Civil Engineering Discipline Leader, ensuring that the firm’s technical knowledge base is maintained while fostering staff development.

 

Regan Harrold, RLA, LEED AP, SITES AP, Associate

As a Senior Landscape Architect, Regan’s project experience spans a wide breadth of clients and industries, including residential, commercial, municipal parks and playgrounds, and conventional and alternative power development.

 

Regan’s expertise is in land planning, site grading and layout, sustainable site design and horticulture.  Her strong understanding of landscape construction methods, planting design, hardscape materials and site amenities, design development, and graphic communication transfers into successful design solutions for our clients.  Having formerly served as a member of her hometown conservation commission, Regan is familiar with local permitting processes and the complexities they often present.  

 

While managing the design and permitting of various project types that range from single-family residential and mixed-use developments, to commercial and municipal projects, Regan also serves as a mentor to our junior landscape architects, civil engineers, and permitting staff.