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Carroll Engineering Corporation Promotes STEM at Archbishop Ryan High School

Daniel Bhaumik, Civil Engineer from Carroll Engineering Corporation, visited Archbishop Ryan High School in Northeast Philadelphia on December 6th to help run a workshop with the two dozen students in their engineering club. The workshop included discussion on the variety of disciplines there are in civil engineering, including roadway and structural design, after which students asked questions. Continue reading

Carroll Engineering Attends the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference

The 103rd annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference was November 13-15th in Atlantic City and Carroll Engineering was there to network with municipal elected and appointed officials as well as consultants and other professionals.  The event had over 10,000 attendees and over 100 education sessions and the theme of the conference was “Municipalities Leading the Way”.  Our office in Hillsborough, New Jersey serves municipalities throughout New Jersey. Continue reading

Carroll Engineering Corporation Attends the Greater Valley Forge (GVF) Advancing Mobility Summit

CEC attended the Greater Valley Forge (GVF) Advancing Mobility Summit November 5th in King of Prussia.  This event brought together top local and state officials, private and public sector organizations, and leaders in the transportation industry to speak on various transportation topics, including relevant approaches in transportation demand management (TDM) strategies, technology, infrastructure and more. Continue reading

Condition Evaluation of Sanitary Sewer Systems with Geographic Information System Integration of Close Circuit Television Data

Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) is conducting condition evaluations of sanitary sewer systems using geographic information systems (GIS) by integrating data, television reports and sewer inspection videos directly into GIS. CEC used integrated GIS and sewer televising to complete a three year evaluation of Westtown Township’s sanitary sewer system.  The project goal was to update Westtown’s GIS to improve data accuracy so sewer defects could be mapped using GIS queries. Continue reading