Our work touches everyday life.
Spotts, Stevens and McCoy is a family-owned regional engineering, environmental, and surveying firm serving local and global clients. We engineer solutions for a better world. Our work touches everyday life; from the water you drink, to the air you breathe, to the buildings and communities where you live, work and play.
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?
SPOTTLIGHT on Solutions
Solutions as Unique as Your Problems - This month we’re shining the Spottlight on the unique solutions we provide our clients. We’re using National Cookie Cutter Week as a reminder that one size does not fit all! 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 efficient, or otherwise more useful. In other words - no cookie cutter solutions. Whether a client requires expertise in a single specialty or the integration of a wide variety of engineering disciplines, SSM is the single source for the solution.
SSM was the Engineer, Contractor, and Construction Manager in the Design-Build project for the analysis, repair, and rehabilitation of the River Park Sewage Treatment Plant.
SSM developed a plan to convert a chilled water plant consisting of two independent chilled water systems comprised of 2 – 600 ton chillers (N+1) and associated pumps and 2 – 250 ton chillers (N+1) and associated pumps to a single system consisting of 3 – 400 ton chillers and associated pumps.
SSM conducted a survey and performed an energy audit of the existing facility in 2010 and suggested several no cost and low cost strategies for saving energy as well as some capital improvement project that would have an impact on energy efficiency.
SSM prepared preliminary and final design plans and specifications for the site and utility improvements associated with the Bingaman House Recreational Center located at Lake Antietam Park, Lower Alsace Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
Jonathan E. Meyer, PE, Senior Structural Engineer joins our Facilities Engineering Department.
Robert Weinzapfel, PE, Senior Engineer joins the Water and Wastewater Engineering Department.
William T. Orlowsky, PE, Senior Engineer joins our Water and Wastewater Engineering Department.
Spotts, Stevens and McCoy was recognized by the Eastern Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Association (EPWPCOA) receiving the Joseph McKenna Award for technical and financial contributions to the EPWPCOA.
SSM welcomes Civil/Municipal Project Engineer Nicholas A. Szeradai, PE to the firm’s Municipal Engineering and Planning Department.