Pare Corporation - Celebrating 50 Years

1970 - 2020
Serving the Eastern United States for 50 Years!

Welcome to Pare Corporation.

As a multidisciplinary firm of engineers, planners, environmental and wetland scientists, GIS specialists, and regulatory permitting specialists, our clients depend on us to help them work through the anxieties of the design and permitting process while sharing their sense of urgency.

In addition to the traditional engineering and planning projects you would expect to find as you look through these pages (roads, bridges, site design, infrastructure), you will find projects and experience featuring sustainable and low-impact development, smart growth planning, and LEED documentation for “Green” building certification.

Pare has been serving the needs of public and private clients throughout New England and the Eastern United States for almost five decades.

We're ready to serve you.

Featured Project
Landfill Capping and Post-Closure Monitoring

Pare supported the Town of Barrington, RI in the capping and post-closure monitoring of two landfills. Pare performed site investigations to determine the necessary actions to archive the sites from the Comprehensive Environmental Response and Compensation Liability Information System (CERCLIS), prepare the Remedial Action Work & Landfill Closure Plans, and assess the impacts of potential future uses.  From this, Pare designed a low-permeability soil cap & gas ventilation system and made recommendations for an Environmental Land Use Restriction (ELUR) system. For Landfill #4, Pare incorporated stormwater resilience planning into the design using two sediment forebays, swales, a bioretention area, two detention basins, and landscaping. The landfills are currently being used for passive recreation. 


University of Rhode Island / South County Bike Path Connector

Pare designed the new 1.85-mile, $2.9 million South County Bike Path Connector which connects the University of Rhode Island’s Kingston campus to the towns of Wakefield and Narragansett. Pare incorporated a multi-faceted stormwater management strategy into the design which includes vegetated filter strips, catch basins with deep sumps and outlet hoods, tree box filters, bioretention areas, and pervious pavement.   Pare’s design also included the state’s second HAWK traffic beacon (High-intensity Activated crossWalK beacon) at the Route 138 crossing as an additional safety measure.  To read more, click here and click here to view aerial footage of the path as part of a brief video commemorating the ribbon cutting event.