Summertime is in full swing and we are busier than ever here at Cammett Engineering!

We have participated in some local events and have also both welcomed and said farewell to some wonderful staff members! 

A shout out to our interns!

Noelle Koch

U Mass Amherst '18

We are happy to have Noelle join us again this summer! She is studying Civil Engineering and is a rising senior at UMass Amherst. Noelle is very involved on campus as a member of Engineers without Borders, American Society of Civil Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, Habitat for Humanity, and the university’s Ski and Board Club. In her free time, Noelle enjoys spending time outdoors with friends, going to the beach, hiking, kayaking, and skiing.

William Burnham

U Mass Amherst '20

We are thrilled to welcome Bill who is a rising sophomore at UMass Amherst studying Civil Engineering. In his studies, Bill made the Dean's list and in his free time, he works as a crew member at the university's Mullins Center. This summer, Bill is excited to work alongside professionals to learn all that is behind field surveying and engineering. In his spare time, Bill enjoys boating, kayaking, fishing and bike riding. He also enjoys going to see new movies and spending time with friends playing pickup sports games.

Jacob Shactman

U Mass Amherst '19

We are excited to welcome Jake who is a rising junior at UMass Amherst and is studying Civil and Environmental Engineering. Jake is a member of ASCE, the Ski & Board Club, and was the design team leader for the concrete canoe. He is very excited to apply his classroom skills to real world engineering projects and to learn the steps in taking a project from concept to completion. In his free time, Jake enjoys spending time outdoors fishing, boating, skiing and spending time with his family and friends.

Farewell to our fantastic staff members, Andrew & Liz!

In early June we said farewell to Andrew Bick who was one of our Survey Crew Chiefs. We thank him for being a bright addition to our team during his two years with us. He will surely be missed and we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors!

Thank You Andrew!

A big congratulations to Liz Lane on her retirement on June 29! Liz has been a a beloved member of the Cammett staff for more than 19 years and we are so thankful for everything she has done for us. She is truly amazing! We will most definitely miss her humor around the office. We wish Liz all the best and we surely know she will enjoy her retirement filled family time, travelling, golfing and much more!

Congratulations Liz!

We would also like to thank everyone who attended Liz's surprise retirement party. We are excited to share some photos from the wonderful event! Congratulations again Liz! 


The staff of Cammett Engineering is very excited to be a part of this wonderful event in memory of Jordan M. Shay, a Salisbury native and Amesbury High School graduate, who lost his life in 2009 while serving our country overseas. The bowling tournament, held at Leo's Super Bowl in Amesbury on May 4th, will raise funds to benefit the Jordan M. Shay Memorial Scholarship which will assist a high school senior and also a Memorial Grant to sponsor an Amesbury School teacher. 

8th Annual Jordan M. Shay

Memorial Tournament

Amesbury Lion's Club

35th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament

Cammett Engineering is proud to have been one of many sponsors for the 35th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament which was held this May! Congratulations to the Amesbury Lion's Club for another successful golf tournament and to Rosey Werner who was honored as the Lion's Club's 2017 Humanitarian of the Year! 

Happy National Golf Month!

It's National Golf month! Let's kick August off with a throwback to last year's Marcia Cammett Memorial Golf Tournament! Unfortunately, last year concluded the annual tournament, but we are so grateful for the overwhelming generosity and participation over the 4 years! All money raised was provided to two wonderful causes, the Amesbury Educational Foundation, Inc. and the Boston Children's Hospital!

Thank You!

Focal Point Bio-filtration System

Cammett Engineering is utilizing a new FocalPoint High Performance Modular Biofiltration System (HPMBS) in some of our latest projects! This FocalPoint Biofiltration System is used for high efficiency stormwater management by utilizing the physical, chemical, and biological mechanisms of soil, plants, and microbes. This helps remove the pollutants within stormwater runoff and also provides a Low Impact Solution which reduces hard infrastructure, decreases installation and maintenance cost, and improves property aesthetics. This stormwater management system is typically used in parking lots, roadways, and within urban settings.

Thank you, 

W.C. Cammett Engineering 

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