Best Wishes to Boston Office Summer Interns

Boston’s summer interns have headed back to school, and we wish them the best of luck in their education and careers. Thank you for all of your hard work over the summer. We hope you stop by the office again soon!


Cody Farragher
Cody Farragher joined DESMAN’s Boston office as a summer intern, helping with both new design and restoration assignments. Cody is now in his junior year at the Wentworth Institute of Technology and is majoring in Civil Engineering and minoring in Physics.

Cody gladly shared, “My interest in engineering began at a young age; I used to build structures on the beach trying to hold back the tide or in the woods in order to cross over a stream. My interest in engineering only grew throughout my high school years.” DESMAN wishes you continued success in your path towards a career in engineering!


Nick Supple
Nick Supple left the Boston office mid-August to return to Boston University to complete his Master’s in Economics. He was a great help on several projects, including the Burlington Downtown Parking and Transportation Plan, feasibility studies, and the Quincy Center Redevelopment Analysis.

Nick’s supervisor in the Boston office, Andy Hill, had this to say about him, “Nick was an outstanding intern and demonstrates all the qualities to be a great consultant. He is energetic, creative, focused, and flexible. As he returns to Boston University to complete his Master’s in Economics, we wish him continued success and hope to see him back in the Boston office soon.”

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