What's New

Evelyn Cole Smith Starts New Firm

Evelyn Cole Smith, senior architect at CME, has opened her own architecture practice. The new company, Evelyn Cole Smith Architects, LLC, will provide architectural design and consultation for homeowners, local communities, and business clients. The firm will also maintain a focus on the preservation and rehabilitation of historic structures.

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CME’s East Hartford Office is Moving!

We are pleased to announce that effective July 24, 2017, CME’s East Hartford office will be relocating down the street to the following address, the main telephone and facsimile numbers & email addresses remain unchanged.

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CME Ranked Among “Best Places to Work in CT”

CME, a multi-service engineering firm with over 30 years of experience in consulting services, is proud to announce that we were recently named by the Hartford Business Journal as the 25th Best Places to Work in Connecticut in the small-medium company category.

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CME works with UConn students to improve Turshen Mill

For several years, CME has worked with the UConn School of Engineering, serving to sponsor and mentor teams of engineering students in their senior design projects.

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John Guszkowski Appointed to Legislative Task Force

John Guszkowski Appointed Legislative Task Force

For the last year, John Guszkowski, CME’s Director of Planning and Development has been serving as Government Relations Co-Chair for the Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association (CCAPA).

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Robert Talbot Joins CME

Robert Talbot Joins CME as Deputy Director of Highways and Traffic

Robert Talbot, PE, joined CME’s East Hartford team on November 28, 2016, as Deputy Director of Highways and Traffic.

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Happy Holidays from your friends at CME

 

Happy Holidays and best wishes for a safe and healthy New Year!

As we enter our 43rd year, we realize this milestone was made possible by the support of clients, friends, and associates like you. We offer our thanks, and wish you peace and joy during this holiday season and throughout the New Year.

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CME Helps To Establish New Innovation Corridor in Connecticut

CME Helps Establish New Innovation Corridor

The Northeast Innovation Hub recently won a $50,000 grant to help it jump-start economic development. This grant was awarded by The CTNext Program for the maximum allowed.

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