Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) attended the Collection Systems 2018 Conference which was held from April 8th – 11th in Virginia Beach. The Conference was sponsored by the Water Environment Federation in cooperation with the Virginia Water Environment Association (VWEA) and the Water Research Foundation. The theme of the conference was Collections on the Coast: Investing in a Sustainable Future. Continue reading
On March 29th at the Northampton Valley Country Club in Richboro, PA, TMA Bucks, a Transportation Management Association hosted a breakfast and networking event for members and various professionals. Continue reading
James Horwath of Carroll Engineering’s GIS Department created a map for Upper Mount Bethel Township in Northampton County, PA to illustrate properties that would benefit from improvements and be eligible to have their taxes lowered as part of the Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance, or LERTA, program, adopted March 15, 2018, by Northampton County Council. LERTA aims to create jobs by improving deteriorated industrial, commercial and other business-owned property. Carroll Engineering Corporation is the Township Engineer for Upper Mount Bethel Township.
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Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) attended the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) Annual Spring Conference on March 19th in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It was an opportunity to network with officials across Pennsylvania such as county commissioners, council members, county executives, and administrators. Continue reading
James Graham, P.E., PTOE, Manager of our Traffic and Transportation Department and Justin Coyle, P.E., Manager of our Structural Department attended the Eastern Chapter breakfast meeting hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania on Tuesday, March 20th at the Desmond Hotel in Malvern, PA. There were presentations and a panel discussion from Christopher J. Kufro, P.E., Assistant District Executive, Design, PennDOT District 5-0; Tim Stevenson, P.E., Design Portfolio Manager, PennDOT District 6-0; Christopher A. Drda, P.E., Assistant District Executive, Design, PennDOT District 8-0. Continue reading
James Graham, P.E. PTOE, Manager of our Traffic and Transportation Department attended an outreach session on Tuesday, March 13th at the PennDOT District 6 Office in King of Prussia. The topic of the session was PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards’ PennDOT Connects initiative. Continue reading
The Chester County Association of Township Officials (CCATO) held its Spring Convention March 13th at the Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Malvern, PA. Township officials gathered at the event to discuss numerous issues affecting municipalities throughout Chester County. There were panel discussions on a variety of topics including Autonomous Vehicles and the Future of Mobility; Igniting a Healthy, Sustainable Chester County Economy; The Opioid Crisis in Chester County; and Housing Needs in Chester County. Continue reading
On March 12th in King of Prussia, the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association (GVFTMA) kicked off its 2018 Signature Events with the Legislative Breakfast which featured information updates on local, state, and federal issues from various elected officials. Featured speakers included Congressman Dwight Evans, PA State Senator Daylin Leach, PA State Representatives Kate Harper, Tim Briggs, Madeline Dean, Matt Bradford, and Mary Jo Daley as well as Montgomery County Commissioner Kenneth Lawrence, and Chester County Commissioner Michelle Kichline. Continue reading
Thomas A. Gockowski, P.E., was elected as the firm’s new President during the February 14, 2018 Board of Directors meeting. Kenneth E. Heydt, P.E., has stepped down in his role as President and is now contributing to the company as a Principal Consultant. “I feel that with Tom’s experience and leadership within both the company and the community, he will continue to successfully expand the company while maintaining the quality of services that has made Carroll Engineering successful over the years,” said Mr. Heydt. Continue reading
Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC), one of the largest civil engineering firms in the Greater Philadelphia Area, celebrates its 45th anniversary this year providing quality engineering and surveying services to clients throughout the Pennsylvania and New Jersey area.