Posts by Kelsey Morander

Silver Award Winner of the ACEC/MA 2019 Engineering Excellence Competition

The Interstate 91 Viaduct Rehabilitation Project in Springfield, Massachusetts, was among those chosen by the panel of judges as a Silver Award winner of the ACEC/MA 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards competition! The ACEC/MA Engineering Excellence Awards Competition Recognizes Engineering Achievements that demonstrate the Highest Degree of Merit and Ingenuity.

The award was evaluated based on five categories
1. Uniqueness and/or innovative applications of new or existing techniques
2. Future value to the engineering profession and perception by the public
3. Social, economic and sustainable development considerations
4. Complexity
5. Successful fulfillment of client/owner needs

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CME Construction Engineering & Inspection Team Expands with Five New Hires

Construction Engineering & Inspection

Michael Garafalo, NICET IV, Samuel Gucciardi Jr. PE, Simon Disla, NICET III, Richard Smith, NICET III and Jaime Mitchell NICET III have joined CME. The addition of Garafalo, Gucciardi, Disla, Smith, and Mitchell expands CME’s technical bench and brings an array of valuable expertise in construction-based services that include roads, bridges, rail and transit systems.

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CME recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut!

CME Best Place to Work

CME was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in
Connecticut. This marks the third consecutive year that CME has been

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New Affordable Housing Requirements and How CME Can Help

Existing Law
C.G.S. 8-30G is a law in Connecticut that governs affordable housing land use appeals. It provides an exception to the standard land use approval process. Unless a Town finds substantial proof that if built, the project will have a significant impact on the health, safety or welfare of residents – the project must be approved. In most cases, conformance to zoning regulations for parking, setbacks and other standards are typically not required. Unless a town has sufficient affordable housing, it is subject to this burden.

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CME Ranked #34 on the Zweig Group Hot Firm List

CME is proud to be recognized as #34 on Zweig Groups annual Hot Firm List for the 4th year!  For over 20 years the Zweig Group Hot Firm List has recognized the 100 fastest-growing architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms in the United States.

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CME Completes Two National Research Projects

Over the past 3 years, CME’s Chief Technical Officer, Michael “Pete” Culmo has been serving as the Principal Investigator on two national research projects regarding Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). 

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CME named to the 2018 List of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut

We are excited to announce that CME listed among the 2018 Best Places to Work in Connecticut, ranking on this list for the 2nd consecutive year!

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CME recognized as one of Hartford’s Most Innovative Office Space

CME recently designed and relocated our corporate headquarters to Storrs Center near the University of Connecticut’s Main Campus and Connecticut branch office to 101 East River Drive in East Hartford, CT.

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