We engineer solutions. We leverage our multidisciplinary strengths in design, testing, inspection and construction management to facilitate the best solutions for our client’s needs. Our project process allows CERM to consistently deliver a high level or performance on projects of all shapes and sizes and affords us the opportunity to become a true partner with our clients. Your vision is our goal. Through a proactive design process CERM is able to find ways to creatively achieve your project’s goals and expectations. Our aim is to not just be your engineer. Our aim is to become a resource – a trusted advisor – that you can rely on as you navigate the process of not only designing but building your facility, road, sewer, bridge or drainage system. From airports to schools, CERM has qualified staff and the pertinent experience to benefit our clients and achieve successful results.

What we do:

  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Construction Material Testing & Special Inspections
  • Construction Engineering Inspections (CEI)
  • Construction Management Services
  • Bridge Inspections  
  • Site Design
  • Transportation
  • Water Resources
  • Flood Control and Mitigations
  • Stormwater Design, Permitting and Management
  • Wastewater Design, Assessment and Management

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – DeKalb County Department of Public Works Drainage Improvements

CERM teamed with DeKalb County Government to secure funding to complete engineering design and subsequent flood mitigation projects in six roadway and creek cross sections within DeKalb County. The basis of the joint funding initiatives was an intergovernmental agreement between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and DeKalb County Government and other metropolitan areas municipal governments to procure federal funding through USACE’s Civil Works Programming. CERM subsequently teamed with a regional engineering firm and contractor to complete these projects, thus providing improved drainage in the impacted communities, and broadening stakeholder relationships with the impacted communities.

Scope of Services:

  • Environmental Due Diligence and Permitting
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Topographic Land Surveying
  • Storm water modeling was used to design the required culvert/box size required to keep the 100-year storm drain from topping the roadway

Market Sector:

  • Federal Government
  • Local Government
  • Transportation

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 5th Runway Extension/ Capital Expansion Program

As part of the City of Atlanta’s planned $5.4 Billion expansion of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in 1998, CERM has had the distinct honor to work on several major airport programs at the “World’s Busiest Airport” to include:

  • The Environmental Impact Statement of the proposed 5th communter runway
  • Site Prep and Construction of the 5th Runway Embankment
  • Maynard H. Jackson International Terminal
  • The Noise Abatement Program
  • Several runway and taxi-way improvements
  • Annual A&E

This robust experience has played a pivotal role in CERM’s growth in both the transportation market and aviation sector, and more important, our ability to make a meaningful contribution to the Atlanta community.

Scope of Services:

  • Environmental Due Diligence
  • Environmental Planning and Permitting
  • Safety Management
  • Engineering Design
  • Water Resources Managemement
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Construction Material Testing
  • Construction Engineering Inspections
  • Land Surveying (Topographic and Boundary)
  • Inventory of Infrastructure assets
  • Asbestos, lead and mold abatement services

Market Sector

  • Transportation
  • Local Government
  • Federal Government