Amesbury Educational Foundation, Inc. Cammett Remembrance Fund
On November 5th, the Amesbury Educational Foundation held their 9th Annual Autumn Evening of Giving at Restaurante Molise. As of this year, the SGT Jordan M. Shay Memorial Foundation has donated over $155,000 in scholarships and grants to the Amesbury school system, graduating seniors and local veterans. At this year's event, the $10,000 SGT Jordan M. Shay Memorial Grant and $5,000 AEFI Educational Grant were awarded.
Visit the Amesbury Educational Foundation's Facebook page for some photos from the evening!
The 7th Annual Ladies Golf Tournament was held on September 10th by the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce. We are so proud to sponsor this event to bring together the women of our community. Every year, a portion of our proceeds fund an Amesbury High School Scholarship in memory of Marcia Cammett. These scholarships are given to many deserving graduates to assist them as they further their educations.
Cammett Engineering recently designed this is a “living wall” at a client's West Newbury, MA site. The living wall was created at this site to maintain the look of the natural environment which keeps the area as “one with nature”. Not only is it visually appealing but it also helps to mitigate wetlands and filters impurities from the water and air. This is a win-win situation! Once the hydroseeding grows in, it will barely be noticeable, especially compared to a typical concrete retaining wall.
Cammett Engineering has been selected by McGinley Kalsow & Associates to prepare an existing conditions plan for the Historic Abbot Hall. Abbot Hall, an iconic and stately Romanesque brick edifice, is the town hall located at 188 Washington Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts. In addition to town offices for the Selectmen, the Town clerk and the Historical Commission, the building contains the highly popular Spirit of 76 painting, the original 1684 Town Deed, a Maritime Museum, Sign Museum, numerous displays and artwork related to the Town, and a Gift Shop. Utilizing both GPS and traditional transit equipment the hall and surrounding grounds will be located horizontally and vertically to create a baseline for the future refurbishment. We at Cammett are proud to be working on such a beautiful and historic property. Click HERE to read more!
Jacob Shactman, an intern at Cammett Engineering, had the opportunity to broaden his horizons at a Sustainability Engineering internship at Appledore Island through a program with UNH & Cornell University.
Visit HERE to learn about Jake's experience!