Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) attended the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA) 76th Annual Conference and Trade Show September 9th – 12th at the Bayfront Convention Center in Erie, Pennsylvania. This was the first time the conference was held in Erie. Continue reading
The Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) hosted a summit on Transit Oriented Development on September 6th at the Desmond Hotel Malvern. Continue reading
Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) attended the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) 132nd Annual Conference on August 6th in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was an opportunity to network with officials across Pennsylvania such as county commissioners, council members, county executives, and administrators. The keynote speaker at the conference was U.S. Senator Bob Casey, Jr. Continue reading
MuniLogic, the municipal management software designed, developed and continually enhanced by Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC), continues to increase its national client base in 2018 with the addition of new clients in Ohio, Illinois, South Carolina, as well within our home region of the Greater Delaware Valley. Continue reading
Vice President Joel Ardman proudly announced that Alyssa Marie Dallmer of Warrington, PA has been awarded the Carroll Engineering Corporation 2018 Scholarship. Continue reading
Plymouth Township, located in Montgomery County is a Home Rule municipality of the first class. Plymouth Township received home rule status in 1976. A home rule municipality in Pennsylvania is one incorporated under its own unique charter. Government under a Home Rule Charter allows a municipality to take any governmental or administrative actions it requires, unless such actions are prohibited by general laws of the Commonwealth. Citizens and their elected officials are given more governing power, and there is more of an opportunity for public involvement in governing procedures and decisions. Continue reading
Wastewater treatment plants, or “sewage treatment plants”, serve an extremely important purpose for society. Although the process is a mystery to most outside of the industry, wastewater treatment plants repurpose grey and black water to be safe for discharge to surface waters or further treated for other uses. Sewage water, or wastewater, is water that contains contaminants, such as excrement, that renders it unsafe for consumption. Wastewater can also include stormwater overflow that occurs when long or violent periods of rainfall cause an excess of water to accumulate and enter into the sanitary sewer system.
Vice President John Swenson, P.E. attended the American Water Works Association (AWWA) ACE18 Annual Conference and Exposition at the Mandalay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada which ran from June 12th to 14th. Continue reading
The Annual Meeting of the Transportation Management Association of Chester County was held on June 20 at the Downingtown Country Club.
The Whitemarsh Township Authority has been renting office space in a building that is too small for their current needs and the needs of their customers. When the search for office space more suited for the Authority’s staff requirements proved unsuccessful, the Authority began exploring other options. The best solution was to construct a new building for the administrative and accounting staff in front of their treatment plant on Joshua Road. Continue reading