F. ADAM YANULIS JOINS NEW ENGLAND APWA’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The New England Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) welcomed F. Adam Yanulis into its board of directors during a board meeting at the Sheraton in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on December 3rd. Yanulis, Tighe & Bond’s vice president of business development, is looking forward to serving as a Massachusetts delegate to the board.
Yanulis brings a wealth of public works experience and commitment to this appointment. He has been an active member of the APWA for 27 years, serving on multiple committees. This includes chairing the Sponsors Committee, and the Finance/Audit Committee. He also is a co-chair of the Summer Conference Committee, and a past chair of the Snow and Ice Conference.
With more than 30 years of providing leadership to the public-sector engineering community, many in the region know him well. Over the years, Yanulis has worked closely with numerous municipalities to facilitate engineering and environmental solutions for water resource, storm water, environmental, and other infrastructure challenges.
“The New England APWA is an exceptional association that always has played a pivotal role in our industry, and the public works departments that we serve,” says David Pinsky, President, and CEO of Tight & Bond. “This is an excellent opportunity for Adam, and Tighe & Bond, to support the organization’s efforts. Adam’s unwavering commitment to the APWA will certainly be an asset as a board member,” he adds.
Yanulis also serves as a Massachusetts Commissioner for the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, and is a member of the Massachusetts Water Infrastructure Advisory Commission. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Waterworks Museum in Chestnut Hill, New England Water Works Association, American Water Works Association, and the New England Water Innovation Network. Yanulis is a resident of Duxbury, Massachusetts.
The purpose of the New England APWA is to advance the theory and practice of the design, construction, maintenance, administration and operation of public works facilities and services. It also seeks to share information and experiences with its community, and promote improved practices in public works administration.