Carroll Engineering provides construction inspection services and construction management services for highway, bridge, sewer, water main and municipal projects of diverse scope and complexity. The firm has inspectors certified in NICET (highway construction), ACI (concrete testing) and NECEPT (bituminous concrete pavement) and is skilled in the comprehensive project documentation required by Federal Aid and PennDOT projects.
Construction Management Services at Carroll Engineering include:
- Construction Management
- Construction Inspection
- Commercial Construction Management
- CDS/ECMS Computer Documentation
- CPM Schedule Monitoring
- Federal, State and Municipal Project Management and Documentation
- Community Relations (Interpersonal, Website Development and Maintenance, Media)
“During our several years of experience using Carroll Engineering Corporation as a supporting consultant, we have found the staff to be friendly, helpful, informative and accessible. Projects are continually completed in a timely manner within scope and projected budgets. The township is thankful to have the services of Carroll at its disposal throughout the land development and governmental approval process.”
Mark J. Lucas, P.E., Township Engineer, East Bradford Township
Carroll’s Featured Construction Management Projects
Client: Warrington Township, Bucks County, PA
CEC provided construction management and construction inspection services for this new residential development of 21 single luxury homes in Warrington. These services included the nearby pump station, sanitary sewer, and water facilities as well as erosion and sedimentation control.
Poquessing Surge Tank Facilities
Client: Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority, Bensalem Township, Bucks County, PA
CEC provided construction management and construction inspection services for a 2 million gallon storage tank, pump station and force main. These facilities were installed to provide periodic, short term wet weather flow reductions and prevent overflows in the downstream sanitary sewer system. Several key collection sewers were monitored to determine when diversion of flows were required to the tank, and when the tank may be safely drained to the receiving sewers.