New Horizons Volunteer Day
Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Day
Source to Sea Cleanup
Volunteering for Clean Days on the Greenway - Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council
Engineers Day Build Challenge
StemFems with Tecton Architects
Source to Sea Cleanup
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee (DEIC) provides awareness of and support for the advancement employees from historically disadvantaged groups at Fuss & O’Neill. It also serves to advance a culture that makes Fuss & O’Neill a best place to work.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee was formed to be proactive; our intention is to make Fuss & O’Neill a best place to work for all employees, while cultivating awareness of the challenges for historically disadvantaged employees. Our formation in 2018 as the Gender Equity and Leadership Committee was rooted in the national dialogue surrounding gender equity. However, our intention from the outset has been to build a foundation of equity work that would foster parity for all historically disadvantaged employees. In 2020, with the national dialogue surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement, the Committee decided to update our mission to clearly declare that it is integral to our company culture to actively create an equitable culture for all employees.
Ongoing research into heavily used chemicals is revealing risk to both human health and to the environment. Fuss & O’Neill’s Emerging Contaminants Taskforce was created to provide ongoing analysis and an up-to-date understanding of current investigative and treatment strategies regarding emerging contaminants (contaminants of emerging concern). Our knowledge helps us treat, resolve, and remediate both water and land, which improves both public health and environmental conditions.
The Emerging Contaminants Taskforce recognizes that the pursuit of information and ability to adapt are integral components to providing comprehensive environmental services. The Emerging Contaminants Taskforce dedicates itself to staying current with research and data; to working with advisory boards, government agencies, and the scientific community; and to bring its clients the most scientifically-proven approach to management and resolution.
Brent Henebry, LEP
Brent is an Associate in our Environmental and Facility Services Business Line. With nearly three decades of experience, Brent leads our firm’s investigation and remediation services with regard to releases of pollutants to the environment.
Fuss & O’Neill’s Active Design Group was formed to collaborate, provide thought leadership, and explore new ways of designing for non-vehicular transportation. “Active Design” refers to any mode of transportation that requires the body’s exertion: walking, running, cycling, skating, etc. The Active Design Group meets quarterly to review current projects, share new ideas, develop new skills, and learn about current trends in non-auto-centric transit.
To design safe, inclusive transportation spaces.
We shall be advocates for, and creators of: shared roadway space, alternative pathways, and equitable access.
Meet the Team
Fuss & O’Neill’s Active Design Group is led by Nicole Fox, PE. Nicole has a particular passion for active design, focusing her career on rail trail design, new location trails, bicycle and pedestrian planning and scoping, as well as sidewalks and on-road bicycle lanes and cycle tracks. Nicole volunteers her time with Girls on the Run New Hampshire and she is the co-chair of Women in Transportation’s Transportation-YOU Committee.
The Active Design Team is made up of Fuss & O’Neill employees from multiple business lines and offices:
Connor Agro, EIT
Jennifer Babowicz, PE
Celicia Boyden, EIT, MS
Jake Fowler, EIT
Sarah Frisby, EIT
Andy Glines, PE
Eileen Gunn, AICP
John Guzze, PE
Amy Johnson, PE
Aaron Keegan, PE
Beth Kirmmse, RLA, ASLA, WEDG
Nick Lapointe, PE
Alex Maxwell, EIT
Daniel Monette, PE
Katherine Patch, PE
Arnold Robinson, AICP, NCI, WEDG
Steve Savaria, PE, PTOE
Matthew Skelly, PE, PTOE
Caroline St. Pierre
Patrick Tierney, PE, ENV SP
Stephanie White, RLA, CNU-A, LEED AP
Chelsea Zakas, AICP
Physical Health Improvements
Mental Health Improvements
Reduces Climate Impacts
Creates New Friendships
Brings Families Together
Discover New Places
Connect with Nature
Supports Graceful Aging
Reduces Traffic Congestion
F♥O♥R♥C♥E for Change seeks to provide outreach, volunteerism, and financial support to communities surrounding our office locations. We endeavor to engage employees in activities and donations, providing them with volunteer opportunities in their own communities and soliciting their suggestions for charitable giving. F♥O♥R♥C♥E for Change will respond to societal needs, seek out organizations that align with company values, and establish meaningful relationships within the company and surrounding communities.
(Click on an organization to learn more about their mission)
COVER Home Repair
Dartmouth Health Woman’s Health Resource Center
Dress for Success
Gifts of Love
Girls at Work
Granite Street YMCA
Greater Boston Food Bank
Habitat for Humanity
Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective
Junior Achievement Sustainability Event
Quincy Community Action
Raising a Reader Massachusetts
Wade Institute for Science Education
Walk Against Hunger / Families in Transition
Woonasquatucket River Cleanup for Earth Day
Each office has an Employee Committee member that organizes events both in and out of the office – everything from baseball games to dragon boat races to camping and picnics (we really are food-driven). The committee plans and hosts dozens of events throughout the year.
Socials / Happy Hours
Sport Leagues & Outings
Crock Pot Cooking Challenge
To provide a social setting that fosters camaraderie, builds friendships,
and to provide enjoyable and memorable events to all Fuss & O’Neill employees.