Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) attended the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) Annual Spring Conference on March 27th in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It was an opportunity to network with officials across Pennsylvania such as county commissioners, council members, county executives, administrators. Joel Ardman, Vice President and Manager of our Sales and Marketing Department represented CEC at this conference. Continue reading
Allen Mason, P.E., Senior Vice President and Manager of the Authority-Municipal Services Department, attended the Pennsylvania American Water Works Association Spring Joint Technical Conference on March 16th in Exton, PA. The conference’s educational and training opportunities attracts a variety of water supply industry stakeholders including municipalities, water authorities, investor-owned utilities, water system operators and professionals. Continue reading
The Chester County Association of Township Officials (CCATO) held its Spring Convention March 9th 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 stormwater user fees, planning issues facing Chester County, and opioid use, misuse, and overdoses in Chester County. Continue reading
Joel Ardman, Vice President and Manager of our Sales and Marketing Department attended the Lehigh Valley Business Real Estate and Development Symposium on March 7th in Center Valley, PA.
The New Jersey Society of Professional Land Surveyors (NJSPLS) held their 38th Annual Conference and Exhibition (SurvCon2017) February 1st-3rd in Atlantic City. This conference was designed to fulfil the continuing education requirements for Professional Land Surveyors and Professional Engineers. NJSPLS is also an approved provider of continuing education for New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware Land Surveyors. Some of the topics of the workshops were updates on Flood Insurance and Floodplain Management, minimum requirements for ALTA/NSPS Surveys, Ethics, and Health and Safety in Surveying. Continue reading
The Bucks County Association of Township Officials (BCATO) held its 109th Annual Convention February 25th at the Spring Mill Country Club in Ivyland, PA. Township officials gathered at the event to discuss various issues affecting municipalities throughout Bucks County. Continue reading
The Montgomery County Association of Township Officials (MCATO) held its Spring Convention February 24th at Presidential Caterers in East Norriton, PA. Township officials gathered at the event to discuss various issues affecting municipalities throughout Montgomery County. The feature presentation was about the topic of the legalization of medical marijuana and the legislation and impact for municipalities.
CEC is currently working on two bridges for the City of Bethlehem. The first is the replacement of the Monocacy Creek Pedestrian Bridge which had been closed due to safety concerns with its deteriorating condition. The goal for this 68 ft. long bridge is to provide the City with the most cost effective, low maintenance replacement. The bridge is located in the City’s Colonial Industrial Quarter and CEC’s plan is to harmonize the bridge with the surroundings and provide a truss-type structure with aesthetic handrail. The bridge is used heavily throughout the year for festivals and public events, including Musikfest. Continue reading
Upper Mount Bethel Township, founded in 1730, is located in the Lehigh Valley Region in northeastern Northampton County, bordered by Monroe County, the Delaware River, and Lower Mount Bethel Township. It is one of the oldest settled portions of Northampton County. The Township is approximately 45 square miles and has a population of approximately 6,700 people. The Township is primarily rural in nature with sprawling hillsides of farms and open space. Upper Mount Bethel is part of Pennsylvania’s Slate Belt. Points of interest include the Slate Belt Museum which exhibits the history and heritage of the area; the Slateford Creek Falls within the Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area; and Columcille Megalith Park, an outdoor sanctuary open to the public as a sacred space for quiet meditation. Continue reading
The 2017 Trade Show and Convention season has started and CEC will be in attendance. First is the Montgomery County Association of Township Officials, February 24th at the Presidential Caterers in East Norriton. Next up is the Bucks County Association of Township Officials on February 25th at Spring Mill Country Club in Ivyland. The Chester County Association of Township Officials follows on March 9th at The Desmond Hotel in Malvern. The purpose of each Convention is to bring the members together to vote for members on the Executive Board, resolutions to be sent to Pennsylvania State Association of Township Officials, learn about products that can help municipalities and learn best practices to implement in their municipalities.
CEC is looking forward to networking with existing clients, business partners, and potential future clients.