Engineers Week | February 18-24
Celebrate the Difference Engineers Make in Our World
Founded by NSPE in 1951, Engineers Week is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers. This week is a time for everyone to celebrate and recognize the people who create today’s awe-inspiring wonders like cloud-busting skyscrapers and human travel to Mars. And a great opportunity to reflect on how very different our lives would be without daily marvels like clean drinking water, computers and cars.
Think Beyond the Bulb | Switching from fluorescent to energy efficient LED bulbs is a common and effective upgrade, but there are many untraditional upgrades and retrofits that will save you both money and energy.
In 2016, the Berks County Source Water Protection Program, in partnership with its member organizations, began development of a comprehensive source water protection plan for the entire County.
SSM performed a High Strength Wastes Review of the Lincoln University facilities and its Wastewater Treatment Plant
assistance to municipalities in guiding them through their MS4 program as well as performing outfall inspections and preparing yearly/status reports.
Design the 480/277 Volt power distribution interconnection to an existing 2000 Amp Switchboard including 2 New 400AT/600AF Breakers for the Switchboard, Inverter Combiner Panels, PPL Disconnect Requirements Outside Near PPL Transformer, and overall coordination with PPL.
SSM provided assistance with the preparation and submission of the PA H2O grant application to the Commonwealth Finance Authority for a wastewater treatment plant upgrade.
The City of Bethlehem selected SSM to provide engineering services to improve the preliminary treatment processes at the City’s wastewater treatment plant.
SSM provided civil engineering services for the rehabilitation design for 0.9 miles of a former state highway that was turned back to the Township.
The scope of the project was to replace the existing fan coil units, greater than 270 individual units, and upgrade the existing two-pipe system to a four-pipe system in each building.
Structural Engineering for Adaptive Residential Reuse of Former School