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[From the Experts] What Actually Is Municipal Engineering?

Are you a student on the verge of starting an exciting career in engineering? Or maybe you are already in the workforce and responsible for hiring at your company. In either scenario, it is important to distinct the four major branches of engineering and to understand the roles and responsibilities of each. Continue reading

Carroll Engineering Helping Modernize and Meet the Ever Growing Needs at Camp Jotoni

Since 1976, Camp Jotoni has provided a summer camp for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Camp is recognized as a leader in the State of New Jersey due to its ability to serve any and all individuals with disabilities regardless of type, level or complexity of disability.  On August 7th, the Warren Township Zoning Board of Adjustment unanimously approved the Preliminary and Final Site Plans and Use Variance for the proposed site improvements at the Arc of Somerset County’s Camp Jotoni.  Continue reading

CEC Creates New Bridge Map for the County of Bucks

The County of Bucks is responsible for the maintenance of 114 bridges, 8 of which are covered bridges. Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) is the appointed County Bridge Consultant to assist in the management and oversight of the County Bridge Program.  Zac Knoble from CEC’s GIS Department created a map highlighting the County bridges along with their respective municipality, roadway, span length, creek crossing, structure type, and year built.  The Director of Operations, Kevin Spencer, RLA was very pleased with the map and presented it to the Commissioners and other County Officials.  The map will be integrated into the County’s GIS information and ultimately be placed on the County’s website for informational purposes.

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City of Bethlehem – Reopening of the Monocacy Creek Pedestrian Bridge

The Monocacy Creek Pedestrian Bridge reopened on July 31st (just in time for Musikfest) after being closed since 2016 due to concerns over the safety and integrity of the previous bridge.  The bridge is located in the City’s Colonial Industrial Quarter adjacent to the Musikfest Festplatz stage and is a key link from the City’s Main Street area to the festival location.  The City of Bethlehem contracted with CEC early in 2017 to perform the necessary surveying, engineering design and DEP permitting.  In order to meet the City’s aggressive schedule to have the bridge re-opened in time for Musikfest, CEC recommended the City procure the pre-fabricated steel truss structure in advance of bringing onboard a bridge contractor. Continue reading