Every day you make countless contacts with the physical world. The town where you live, the water you drink, the air you breathe, the roads you travel, the parks where your children play, the schools where they learn. While most of these everyday encounters are taken for granted, some serious thinking has gone into making each of these better than it used to be. And there's a good chance we had our heads in it.
We are the resource that communities, institutions, and businesses turn to for forward-thinking solutions to their everyday challenges. Efficient wastewater treatment, managed stormwater programs, clean water supplies, integrated electrical and mechanical systems, implemented plans, and preserved historical structures. We are an extension of their operations assisting in the maintenance of their systems, integration of the infrastructure, and development of new structures, additions, and retrofits.
SPOTTLIGHT on Berks County
SSM provided a full range of construction stakeout and surveying services to L.F. Driscoll for the $354 million construction of a 476,000 SF surgical tower expansion on the Tower Health System campus.
PV Solar System and Car Charging Station
Wastewater Treatment Plant Emergency Assessment
SSM provided a Topographical and Building survey using conventional and HDS (High-Density Scanning) technology.
Clean and sustainable drinking water is an essential element of the quality of life for any community.
The headquarters of Spotts, Stevens and McCoy at 1047 North Park Road in Wyomissing, is expected to be the new home of the First Presbyterian Church in Reading. The church, founded in 1814, plans to lease space to SSM after purchasing the building from the consulting firm.
Sam Zook, SIT is the third surveyor at SSM to receive certification as a Drone Pilot.
A greenway, open space and trail network connects people to nature, each other, village and town centers, parks, historic sites, and the other resources found in your community.
Let SSM be your personal trainer. Take advantage of our experience to build a strong and healthy community park system.
If your source water protection plan was developed four or more years ago, new tools and technology can improve your plan and make a positive impact on source water protection.