News & Events

Carroll Engineering Corporation Attends CCAP Conference

Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) attended the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) Annual Spring Conference on March 25th in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  It was an opportunity to network with officials across Pennsylvania such as county commissioners, council members, county executives, and administrators. Continue reading

Carroll Engineering Corporation Attends PA-AWWA Spring Joint Technical Conference

Michael McCarey, P.E., Project Manager of the Authority-Municipal Services Department, attended the Pennsylvania American Water Works Association Spring Joint Technical Conference on March 6th 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

CEC’s Hillsborough Office Helps a Family

On a brisk morning on February 2nd, Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity hosted the site dedication of a future home for a deserving local family. Volunteers, local officials, and Habitat Board members gathered at 589 Howard Avenue in Franklin Township, Somerset County, to show support for the family. The event was covered by local radio station Magic 98.3. Continue reading

Carroll Engineering Corporation Attends the Montgomery County Association of Township Officials Spring Convention

The Montgomery County Association of Township Officials (MCATO) held its Spring Convention March 1st at Presidential Caterers in East Norriton, PA.  Township officials gathered at the event to discuss various issues affecting municipalities throughout Montgomery County.  Various presentations included “Bike Montco and Making Your Roads Bicycle and Pedestrian Friendly” given by Matthew Edmonds, Montgomery County Planning Commission, Section Chief; as well as “Construction Projects in Montgomery County, Where Will Those Orange Barrels be in 2019?”, presented by Brian Early, Senior Civil Engineer Manager for PennDOT District 6-0. Continue reading

CEC’s Recent Bridge Work in Bucks County and Chester County

Bucks County recently re-opened the Walnut Street Bridge – Bridge No. 13 – in Perkasie Borough after over a year of construction. The bridge was taken out of service in October 2017 to initiate the bridge replacement project. Bucks County Bridge No. 13 was previously reconstructed in 1907 (original crossing built in 1867) and was a three-span, concrete arch structure with spans of approximately 65 feet. The bridge carried two lanes of traffic and a sidewalk along the upstream fascia. Continue reading