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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

Carroll Engineering Clients Receive Grant Funding

On September 18, 2018, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced the awarding of new project grants by the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) under the Small Water and Sewer Program, and Act 13 funding collected from unconventional Marcellus Shale gas well impact fees. Three of Carroll Engineering’s clients received grants: The West Brandywine Township Municipal Authority and Westtown Township in Chester County; and Whitemarsh Township Authority in Montgomery County. Continue reading

Carroll Engineering Corporation Attends ASHE East Penn Meeting and I-95 Link Opening

Jamie Graham, P.E., PTOE, CEC’s Traffic and Transportation Department Manager attended the ASHE East Penn Dinner Meeting at the Hotel Bethlehem on September 12th.  Mark Compton, CEO of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) was the invited speaker.  He spoke to the group about the PTC’s capital program for the near future, and touched on some current projects that are in design and construction.  One of the projects that he spoke highly about is the PA Turnpike, I-95, Route 13 Connector project in Bensalem Township.  Mr. Compton said it was a long overdue solution to connectivity problems between major interstates in that area.  CEC was a member of the design team, and was responsible for portions of the signal, roadway, and traffic control designs. Continue reading