Building Foundation Design
Equipment Foundation Design
Aluminum and Fiberglass Framing Design
Steel and Concrete Building Renovations
HVAC and Electrical Supports
Retaining Wall Design
Concrete and Steel Tank Design
Finite Element Analysis
Keeping the structure safe.
SSM's structural engineers have a diverse background in construction materials, building techniques and construction delivery methods. We work with facility owners, architects and process engineers to plan, design and construct new buildings and to expand, investigate or repair existing ones. We have significant project experience with concrete, steel, masonry, and timber for many building types, including industrial, commercial, institutional, and public works. SSM utilizes various software packages for analysis and design of foundations, frameworks, and details for our new construction, renovation, and repair projects.
When you call us, we’ll be there.
$2.6 million in grants are available to replace, repower, or retrofit fleet diesel-powered trucks, buses, and other vehicles and equipment. The grants are available to public, private and non-profit entities looking to update diesel powered fleet vehicles.
From technology advances to clean energy initiatives the landscape is changing . . . are you ready?
Exploring new technologies in Source Water Protection
Spotts, Stevens and McCoy recently made donations totaling $10,000 to organizations within in the Berks, Lancaster, and Lehigh Valley counties as part of a Give Back initiative.
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!
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.