As Carroll Engineering Corporation continues to grow as one of the largest consulting engineering and surveying firms in Southeast Pennsylvania, we have welcomed the following new employees over the last few months at our corporate headquarters in Warrington, Pennsylvania and our Hillsborough, New Jersey Office. Continue reading
Vice President Joel Ardman proudly announced that Sophie McGrady of Doylestown, PA has been awarded the Carroll Engineering Corporation 2019 Scholarship. Continue reading
Carroll Engineering Corporation is providing engineering design, permitting, bidding and construction administration services for the construction of a 1.7 million gallon ground level water storage tank for the Brodhead Creek Regional Authority (BCRA). The tank will be in addition to an existing 1.7 million gallon Pocono Tank at BCRA’s Pocono Tank Site in Swiftwater, PA. The new tank will provide additional distribution storage for BCRA’s water system and allow one tank to be taken out service when necessary for maintenance and repairs. Tank design will be prestressed concrete which is identical to the existing tank. Continue reading
Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) attended the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) 133rd Annual Conference on August 5th in Reading, Berks County, 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
Everyone interacts daily with transportation engineering firms as they commute to and from work and home and run errands via mass transit or roadways. Of course, the average person doesn’t typically pay mind to the intricacies of the transportation they use, but the reality is that transportation or traffic engineering impacts everything about how we get from point A to point B. Read on to learn more about the engineers and transportation engineering firms that move us all.
On June 11th at the Mack Truck Customer Center in Allentown, PA, the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2019 Transportation Committee Forum titled “Funding Down the Road.” Continue reading
Senior Vice President, Allen Mason, P.E. and Vice President John Swenson, P.E. attended the American Water Works Association (AWWA) ACE19 Annual Conference and Exposition at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado which ran from June 9th to 12th. AWWA President David Rager commended AWWA members and volunteers who “literally write the water industry standards for materials, equipment, and practice and who understand the importance of providing a safe, reliable, supply of drinking water for the planet.” The theme of the conference was Innovating the Future of Water. AWWA’s CEO David La France explained that innovation was key to the water sector moving forward-“With new challenges, we need new solutions.” One of the goals of the conference was to inspire and connect the water sector with innovative solutions and new insights to help solve global water challenges. Continue reading
A topographic or topographical land survey shows the height, depth, size and location of any manmade or natural features on a given parcel of land, as well as the changes or contours in elevation throughout the parcel. While boundary surveys focus on horizontal measurements, topographic surveys are about elevation.
On May 20th in King of Prussia, the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association held its Annual Meeting. It was an opportunity to network with transportation officials, professionals, and municipal staff throughout Southeast Pennsylvania. Continue reading