Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) was the major event sponsor for the Central Bucks Chamber’s Excellence in Design Seminar and Tour. CEC has been the proud sponsor of this annual event since 2012. Continue reading
The Montgomery County Association of Township Officials (MCATO) held its Fall Convention October 6th at Presidential Caterers in East Norriton, PA. Township officials gathered at the event to discuss various issues affecting municipalities throughout Montgomery County. Continue reading
The President of Carroll Engineering Corporation, Kenneth E. Heydt, P.E., and Vice President, John A. Swenson, P.E. attended the 90th Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference from September 30th – October 4th in Chicago, Illinois. This yearly conference is the largest conference of its kind in North America, and the largest annual water quality exhibition in the world, offering water quality professionals from around the world the best water quality education and training available today.
The Northampton County Association of Township Officials (NCATO) held its Annual Fall Convention on October 5th at the Green Pond Country Club in Bethlehem, PA. Township officials gathered at the event to discuss various issues affecting municipalities throughout Northampton County. Don Cunningham from the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation and Becky Bradley from the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission spoke at the convention. There were also two speakers representing the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors, Holly Fishel, Director of Research and Policy Development and David Nyman, Executive Board Member. Continue reading
The Bucks County Association of Township Officials (BCATO) held its Annual Fall Meeting September 28th at the Doylestown Country Club in Doylestown, PA. Township officials gathered at the event to discuss various issues affecting municipalities throughout Bucks County, including a municipal cooperative update as well as an update on Tackling the Opioid Crisis in Bucks County. In attendance at the event was Kate Harper, State Representative and Chair of the Local Government Committee.
Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) and MuniLogic (the municipal management software developed by CEC) attended the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA) 75th Annual Conference and Trade Show September 10th – 13th in Hershey, Pennsylvania. To celebrate their 75th Anniversary, PMAA had an awards banquet with over 250 guests to recognize the members who have dedicated many years of service to their authorities and communities. CEC was a proud sponsor of this event which included a champagne toast with a souvenir champagne glass provided to all in attendance. Continue reading
MuniLogic, the municipal management software designed, developed and continually enhanced by Carroll Engineering Corporation, continues to increase its national client base in 2017 with the addition of four new clients in the following areas: the Greater Pittsburgh area; the Greater Philadelphia area; the Greater St. Louis area; and the Greater Long Island area. Continue reading
Today, with a population exceeding 270,000 and growing as rapidly as any county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Northampton County is a diverse, thriving and prosperous community. It’s a great place to live, work, raise a family, and do business. Northampton County is home to thousands of individual businesses and enterprises that contribute in so many ways to the county’s economic prosperity. These companies, large and small, are responsible for the jobs and the future of hundreds of thousands of men and women and their families. These employers are one of the reasons that Northampton County is a special place to live. Continue reading
Vice President Joel Ardman proudly announced that Briana Talbot of Pipersville, PA has been awarded the Carroll Engineering Corporation 2017 Scholarship. Continue reading
Vice Presidents John Swenson, P.E. and Joel Ardman attended the American Water Works Association (AWWA) ACE17 Annual Conference and Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which ran from June 11th to 14th. This year, the theme of the conference was Uniting the World of Water. The conference showcased more than 450 exhibitors as well as learning opportunities on the show floor. There were professional programs with over 100 unique sessions and with more than 1,000 expert presenters covering topics that are relevant to a global water audience. There was even a Ductile Iron Pipe – Pipe Tapping Competition. Continue reading