Oldest Known Downtown Office Building to Become New Covid-19 Response Hub

September 7, 2020

Oldest Known Downtown Office Building to Become New Covid-19 Response Hub

Griswold Street Bridge Over Tributary to Mud Creek—Town of Royalton, Niagara County, NY

September 1, 2020

Watts Architecture & Engineering was highlighted in the Spetember 2020 statewide newsletter for the PCANY, Precast Concrete Association of New York. 

New Tables and Benches Designed by Watts – Constructed by Students!

August 31, 2018

Watts designed exterior tables and benches for the Northland Workforce Training Center & Gigi’s Restaurant. Students from Burgard and McKinley High Schools in Buffalo constructed them as part of their summer curriculum!


August 30, 2017

Watts announces recent promotions to Rick Pettis, PE; Marie Carone, AIA; Joe Hallmark, Brad Sendlak and Jason Mock.

NYSTA NY Division Flooding Mitigation is Award Winner

May 2, 2017

Watts received a 2017 ACEC Platinum Award for Engineering Excellence at the Engineering Excellence Awards Gala in NYC on April 1st for “Riders Thru the Storm” entry.

Volunteer with NYSDEC’s WAVE Program

April 28, 2017

Virginia Ursitti, Watts’ Senior Environmental Scientist, volunteers with the NYSDEC WAVE Program which is an important part of the effort to assess the health of our streams in New York State.  Learn a bit about the program and how YOU can help.

Making Sense of a Large Data Set: The Everyday Benefits of GIS on Project Data Sets by Justin Kellogg

March 29, 2017

Traditional noise study methods using 3-ring binders, notes on paper maps, and spreadsheets can be onerous with large data sets.  For years now, our clients have appreciated Watts’ GIS capabilities and the increased efficiency and versatility that we provide.

Project Rainfall

February 23, 2017

Aquaponics farm and farmer’s market proposed as adaptive reuse at 537 East Delavan Avenue as part of the Northland Corridor redevelopment project. 

New Era Field, New Field Lighting

January 6, 2017

The stadium has undergone extensive renovation over the past several years yet the field lighting has not been upgraded since 1999 and the lights have continuously dimmed since 2003.  

NYS Wetlands Forum Annual Conference 2016

April 12, 2016

A review of topics covered at the 2016 NYS Wetlands Forum Annual Conference and how some issues raised will impact environmental work directly at Watts.

                                                  ~by Kim O'Rourke, Environmental Scientist