Spotts, Stevens and McCoy is an engineering and environmental consulting firm serving education, healthcare, industrial, and commercial clients as well as local, regional, and county government entities. Improving the quality of life for those touched by our work - our clients and those they serve; our employees; and our partners.
Everything we do begins with a challenge. A client's need or vision to make part of the world better: cleaner, safer, healthier, faster, smarter, closer, more modern, more efficient, or otherwise more useful. What's your challenge?
- Building Engineering
- Site Planning and Design
- Infrastructure Planning, Engineering and Design
- Land and Building Survey and Data Capture
- Water Planning, Engineering and Design
- Wastewater Planning, Engineering and Design
- Environmental Services
- Building, Infrastructure and Environmental Modeling
SPOTTLIGHT: Fire and Water
According to the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy solar power is more affordable, accessible, and prevalent in the United States than ever before. The increased use of solar energy offers numerous benefits across the nation, including a clean energy source, economic growth, and job creation. When photovoltaic (PV) power systems (solar panels) are under consideration for roof top installations, these systems on residential and commercial properties must be designed and installed so that firefighters have safe access to the roof.
Every water system is required to have an Emergency Response Plan, but the details of the plan are not entirely defined.
Take a proactive approach to planning, preparing, and training in the case of fire in your home or business.Manage your risk by checking your smoke alarms at least twice a year and having an evacuation route planned with the appropriate fire escape equipment. In addition to common causes of fire be mindful of the risks associated with spontaneous combustion.
Fire protection systems are essential to the safety of your employees and protection of your property.
Different fuels create different fires and require different types of fire extinguishing agents. It’s important to know what risks exist in the workplace and to have the right suppression tool at the right location.
Our Surveying and Data Capture Department is pleased to welcome Matthew Smith as a Survey Crew Chief.
SE AWWA - Chemical Safety session provides participants with recommendations on conducting Safety Planning and Hazard Communication activities.
Our Surveying and Data Capture Department is pleased to announce that Steve Smith has been promoted to Director, Surveying and Data Capture; Sam Zook, PLS, Senior Survey Crew Chief has earned his license as a Professional Land Surveyor; and Thomas Rowe, PLS has been named Chief Surveyor.
Recommendations on conducting Safety Planning and Hazard Communication activities.
Real-world water/wastewater system examples that use online GIS applications to transform infrastructure data into an easy-to-use operations asset management system.