SSM is a recognized leader in municipal engineering and consulting. Since 1932, we've assisted our clients in the planning, growth and well-being of their communities. Today we help 100+ Pennsylvania municipalities and counties find practical solutions to their challenges and problems. We plan and oversee a wide range of infrastructure engineering, surveying, mapping and information technology projects. We attend municipal meetings. We guide growth.
We're big in Pennsylvania local government because we pay attention to every little detail.
Design and engineering for municipal building
SSM provided engineering for upgrades to train station that was built in approximately 1870.
Concept Design for Probable Maximum Flood
Permitting, design, and construction management for a $3.6 million water treatment filtration facility.
SSM provided engineering services from feasibility thru construction for this 1.0 MGD Membrane Filtration Water Treatment Plant
SSM has served as the Borough Engineer for Oxford since 1970. Over these 40 years we have provided diverse engineering and environmental services.
Western Berks Water Authority has an inventory of upstream dischargers that they plan to work with in the event of positive cryptosporidium test results.
SSM prepared construction drawings for the half mile Rails to Trails project along the former Ironton Railroad right-of-way.
Served as lead Project Engineer for a stormwater management study of three tributaries to the Lackawaxen River.
Provided construction phase oversight during construction of commercial development consisting of multiple retail sales establishments, shopping center, restoration of historical barn, plans for expansion of a Cinema Complex and an adjoining parcel on which the new Township Municipal Building was constructed.
Recommendations on conducting Safety Planning and Hazard Communication activities.
Sam Zook, SIT is the third surveyor at SSM to receive certification as a Drone Pilot.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is offering grants up to $200,000 to local entities in the Chesapeake Bay watershed for stormwater management projects that implement best management practices (BMP) to reduce the amount of nutrients and sediment pollution in local waterways.
Grant Opportunity: Municipalities, including cities, boroughs, or incorporated towns within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed are eligible to apply.