News and Events
CMA Engineers Receives National Award – The American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists, at its annual awards ceremony held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., gave the 2013 Grand Prize in the Small Project category to CMA Engineers for the design of a unique geothermal energy recovery system installed in the liner system at the North Country Environmental Services landfill in Bethlehem, NH.
CMA Engineers Selected for Multiyear Engineering Services by City of Concord – CMA Engineers has been selected by the City of Concord, NH, for a multiyear engineering services contract by the City of Concord for a variety of projects including highways, bridges, utilities, and parks.
CMA Engineers Overseeing Solar Energy Demonstration Project – For the Delaware Solid Waste Authority, CMA Engineers is overseeing a unique solar energy demonstration project involving the installation of supported flexible solar panels suspended over an exposed geomembrane landfill cap.
CMA Engineers Vice President serving as ACEC-NH president – Joseph M. Ducharme, P.E., BCEE is serving as the president of the New Hampshire member organization of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), which represents the business and professional interests of consulting engineering firms in New Hampshire.
Emergency Bridge Repairs in Madbury, NH – CMA Engineers has been selected to design emergency repairs to a failing metal arch bridge on Nute Road over the Bellamy River in Madbury. Both temporary and permanent fixes are in design.
CMA Engineers president elected as Treasurer of ABET – CMA Engineers president Craig N. Musselman, P.E. has been elected to serve as the Treasurer of ABET, and will serve on the ABET board of directors and executive committee. ABET accredits university programs in engineering, technology, applied science and computing globally.
Portsmouth's State Street Project Receives ASCE NH Award – The transformation of Portsmouth's State Street has received recognition as the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award for 2010 by the New Hampshire Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Click on the "Awards" tab for more details. This is the third NH OCEA award for a CMA Engineers-designed project.
CMA Engineers Selected for Somersworth General Civil Engineering Services – The City of Somersworth, NH has selected CMA Engineers to provide comprehensive engineering services in the areas of roadway, drainage, water, wastewater and solid waste engineering.
CMA Engineers' President Receives National Award - Craig N. Musselman, P.E. has received the 2011 President's award from the National Society of Professional Engineers, issued in recognition of his professional activities on the part of NSPE and other national engineering organizations.
Landfill Gas to Mill Project Proceeds to Construction – The Androscoggin Valley Regional Refuse Disposal District (AVRRDD) has begun construction of a two mile long pipeline to deliver landfill gas from the Mt. Carberry landfill near Berlin, NH to the re-activated Gorham Paper and Tissue mill. CMA Engineers represents AVRRDD in overseeing activities of an RH White design-build team.
Daniel Hudson, P.E. Joins CMA Engineers - Dan Hudson of Gilmanton, NH has joined CMA Engineers as a senior civil engineer and resident engineer. Dan has seventeen years of experience in the design of highway, roadway and drainage projects for municipalities and state departments of transportation in northern New England, and will play a central civil engineering role in CMA Engineers projects of various types.
CMA Engineers Selected to Design Rehabilitation of Historic Bridge – CMA Engineers has been selected by the Town of Concord, MA to design and oversee the rehabilitation of the historic Nashawtuc Bridge. This is the second colonial era bridge in Concord rehabilitated under the responsible charge of CMA Engineers, restoring stability while preserving materials and appearance of these historic structures.
Jason Gallant, P.E. joins CMA Engineers as Vice President, Structural Engineering. - Jason L. Gallant, P.E., a structural engineer with 14 years experience in the planning, design and construction engineering of bridges, both large and small, has joined CMA Engineers as the Vice President in charge of structural engineering. Mr. Gallant holds a Bachelor's in Civil Engineering from UNH and a Master's in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University, both specializing in structural engineering. Mr. Gallant joins CMA Engineers as a principal of the firm.
CMA Engineers selected for Rochester General Services Contract - CMA Engineers was selected by the City of Rochester, NH for a 3-year General Services retainer contract to provide general civil and transportation engineering services to the City's Public Works Department. As part of this contract, CMA Engineers is completing a Planning Study and Preliminary Design for the 5.7 mile long section of Salmon Falls Road beginning at the intersection with NH Route 125 and extending to the Somersworth City Line in order to address safety and long-term sustainability of this important arterial to East-Rochester.
CMA Engineers selected for major road rehabilitation project in Dover - The City of Dover selected CMA Engineers to complete the design of a major roadway reconstruction project involving over 5 miles of rehabilitation and reconstruction of Tolend Road from the Spaulding Turnpike to the Barrington town line, and Watson Road from Tolend Road to County Farm Road.
CMA Engineers oversees State Street Reconstruction for the City of Portsmouth. - CMA Engineers completed the design and permitting for improvements to Portsmouth’s Historic State Street, an important link between Market Square and the Portsmouth waterfront and is now overseeing construction of this ARRA funded project. Reconstruction efforts involve extensive utility relocation work to separate sewers, reconstruct utilities, a streetscape makeover and innovative “green” stormwater treatment technologies in order to meet permit requirements. The project is expected to be completed in spring 2011. Current project updates can be found at http://www.cityofportsmouth.com/projects/9.htm
CMA Engineers Vice-President Named to ACEC-NH Board of Directors - Joseph M. Ducharme, Jr. P.E., of CMA Engineers is serving on the Board of Directors of the American Council of Engineering Companies in New Hampshire (ACEC-NH) for the 2010-2011 administrative-year. The Council's mission is to support the business & professional interest of member firms, & enhance the practice of Consulting Engineering in New Hampshire. Visit ACEC-NH Website: http://www.acec-nh.org/
CMA Engineers Selected for Highway Project by Town of Durham - CMA Engineers was selected by the Town of Durham to complete the design and construction for Morgan Way & NH Route 4 Intersection Safety Improvements. This NHDOT-SAH Funded and municipally-managed project involves traffic analysis and design to add a left-turn lane into an existing development along historic Route 4 including 1,100 feet of roadway approach work, widening and drainage improvements. The project is expected to be constructed in 2011.
CMA Engineers Providing Comprehensive Services for Waterville Valley - CMA Engineers is providing engineering services for water system improvements, sewer extensions, wastewater treatment plant equipment replacement and design/build management services for municipal building projects. The Town will make use of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds for the equipment replacement project and will seek a combination of loan and grant funds from the USDA Rural Utilities Program.
CMA Engineers Selected by Delaware Solid Waste Authority - CMA Engineers is evaluating a unique landfill closure project in Delaware. The 42 acre landfill was capped in the 1990’s using an innovative, exposed reinforced polypropylene geomembrane cover system which is now subject to accelerating ultraviolet light degradation. Comprehensive material testing is being used to evaluate the integrity of the cover system and develop repair and final closure strategies.
Drainage Projects Funded by Various Sources - New England communities are accelerating drainage improvement projects due to storm damage in recent years and the availability of Federal funding from several sources. FEMA Hazard Mitigation Program and ARRA stimulus funding are being tapped for replacement of undersized culverts and bridges. CMA Engineers drainage improvement projects are underway in New Durham, Alton, Kingston and Exeter.
CMA Engineers Designing State Street Reconstruction - For the City of Portsmouth, CMA Engineers is designing improvements to State Street to separate sewers, reconstruct utilities, and provide a new streetscape as a critical and much improved link between Market Square and the Portsmouth waterfront.
CMA Engineers Designing Multi-Modal Pathway for Pease Development Authority - On behalf of the Pease Development Authority, CMA Engineers is designing a pedestrian/bike path to connect Pease to the rural roadway system in Greenland and Newington via a proposed path adjacent to NH Route 33.
Joe Ducharme joins CMA Engineers as Vice President - Joseph M. Ducharme, Jr., P.E., formerly the President/CEO of TTG Environmental Consultants, LLC, a division of The H.L.Turner Group Inc. of Concord, has joined CMA Engineers as Vice President and will manage CMA Engineers' office in Manchester, NH. Mr. Ducharme holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Civil and Public Works Engineering from Texas A&M University. Joe has 26 years of construction and engineering experience with a focus on planning, permitting, design and construction administration of municipal water, wastewater and storm water projects.
Manchester, NH Office opened June 1, 2008 - CMA Engineers has opened a new office in Manchester, NH at Langer Place off South Commercial Street. Located on the fourth floor of a renovated mill building, the office overlooks the Merrimack River and is adjacent to Manchester's minor league baseball stadium. Another Cool Place to work.
CMA Engineers President Named Distinguished Member by ASCE - Craig N. Musselman, P.E., of CMA Engineers has been named a Distinguished Member by the American Society of Civil Engineers in recognition of his engineering career and his national professional involvement in the areas of licensure and engineering education reform. This is an honor given by ASCE to no more than one in 7,500 civil engineers each year.
Visit ASCE Website: http://content.asce.org/handa/DistinguishedMemberClass2008.html
Britt Audet joins CMA Engineers - Britt E. Audet, P.E., of Nottingham, NH, has joined CMA Engineers as a project manager/ project engineer. She holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of New Hampshire and a Master's degree in Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Ms. Audet has five years experience in civil engineering design.
CMA Engineers' President appointed to ABET Board of Directors - Craig N. Musselman, P.E., CMA Engineers' president, has been appointed to a three year term on the Board of Directors of ABET, the organization which accredits university engineering programs in the United States. He will represent the National Society of Professional Engineers on the ABET board.
Kareckas named Principal - CMA Engineers has announced that John C. "Jack" Kareckas has been named a principal of the firm. Jack is in charge of construction resident inspection for the firm.
Concord, MA, Warner's Pond Dam Reconstruction - CMA Engineers is administering the reconstruction of Warner's Pond dam in Concord, MA and is preparing plans and specifications for other drainage improvements in Concord.
Seabrook, NH Wastewater Improvements - CMA Engineers is designing and administering the construction of various improvements to the Seabrook, NH wastewater treatment and collection system including modifications to the disinfection control system and SCADA improvements to all wastewater pumping stations.
Single Stream Recycling Facility - CMA Engineers is assisting the Concord Solid Waste Cooperative in the implementation of a state of the art single stream recycling facility to serve southern New Hampshire.
Verso Paper Landfill Expansion, Jay, ME - CMA Engineers designed and is administering the construction of an all-geosynthetic expansion of an existing paper mill landfill in Jay, ME.
Ash Landfill Expansion, Franklin, NH - CMA Engineers is designing and administering the construction of a Phase V ash landfill expansion in Franklin, NH to provide ash disposal capacity for the Concord, NH waste to energy facility through 2014.
CMA Engineers' President receives national award - Craig N. Musselman, P.E. received the 2006 American Society of Civil Engineers "President's Medal". Two such medals are issued annually by ASCE to recognize the "accomplishments and contributions of eminent engineers to the profession, the Society, or the public". This award pertains to an initiative to change the Model Law for engineers in the US to require additional engineering education as a prerequisite for licensure in the future.
CMA Engineers Retained by City of Rockland, Maine - The City of Rockland has selected CMA Engineers to provide environmental testing and engineering planning for a 6 acre 100+ foot deep rock quarry backfilled over the past 80 years with a mixture of wet waste seaweed, construction demolition debris and bulky wastes. Creative thought and engineering are needed to begin to address intolerable neighborhood odor impacts.
CMA Engineers Website Wins National Award - The American Association of Webmasters has recognized the CMA Engineers website for its design, layout and quality of content with a national Silver Award for 2006-2007.
CMA Engineers Vice President Bill Straub, P.E. has been named as the "Engineer of the Year" for 2006 by the Joint Committee of New Hampshire Engineering Societies.
CMA Engineers Project Manager Paul Schmidt, P.E. has been named as the "Young Engineer of the Year" for 2006 by the Joint Committee of New Hampshire Engineering Societies.
The Town of Kittery, Maine has retained CMA Engineers to provide comprehensive municipal services including planning board review assistance, roadways, bridges, drainage, marine facilities and other municipal projects.
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