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: Water Quality
SSM is celebrating 10 years of working in conjunction with DEP and Community Water Systems to protect drinking water through the SWPTAP.
The River Alert Information Network (RAIN) is serious about water quality in Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia! RAIN is a collaborative effort from dozens of public water supply systems in the Allegheny River Basin, Monongahela River Basin, Beaver River Basin, and the first 36 river miles of the Ohio River.
National Water Quality Month reminds us to take a long, hard look at what our household and community are doing to protect sources of fresh water.
In industrial settings, the goal in addressing wastewater problems is precise and concise: make the problems go away.
On September 27, 2017, the Eastern Lancaster County (ELANCO) Source Water Collaborative (SWC) will hold its Inaugural Drinking Water Day in Terre Hill, PA.
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.
Overview of the timeline, regulatory requirements, construction and operation of the the Water Treatment Plant.
The PA Senate confirmed the nomination to continue serving on the State Board of Landscape Architects.
Be it road closures, boil water advisories, or utility repairs, public notifications play a vital role in municipal government. Many municipalities have adopted web-based notifications as a way to broadcast information to its citizens.