CERM Project Showcase


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.”
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. For more information on this project, visit the Services: Engineering page.



As a joint venture partner, CERM was contracted to perform the baseline geotechnical engineering investigation and the Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) of the proposed site for the museum in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard E 1527-05.  We conducted on-site inspections of the property and its adjoining neighbors, conducted records research on all state and federal environmental databases regarding the property and its neighbors, and conducted interviews with relevant personnel and government agencies about past and current uses of the properties.  The facility opened in June 2014.  



Pre-Construction & Construction Phase Survey Services, Atlanta, Georgia

The Atlanta Streetcar project will provide a 2.6 mile loop bringing the streetcar back to the streets of Atlanta for the first time in six decades. The development of the Atlanta Streetcar and its associated connections with the Atlanta Beltline and other long-term regional transit initiative are going to have a sustainable impact on the City of Atlanta. CERM served on the design-build team to provide design and construction support throughout the project lifecycle. For more information on this project, visit the Services: Surveying and Mapping page.


Mobile Gas Service Corporation

Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) Assessment, Remediation, and Community Mitigations

CERM is providing environmental program management services to Mobile Gas Service Corporation in connection with the utility company’s plan to remediate a ten-acre former manufactured gas plant (MGP) that was operated from 1836 to the 1930s in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Like most MGP facilities of that era, the property is situated in a densely populated urban community that includes public housing, S.D. Bishop State Junior College, several schools, churches, an urban stream, and limited commercial development. Given the historical concerns surrounding potential environmental and health impacts, CERM is leading a community mitigations program to address environmental justice and equity concerns, while providing technical leadership through the assessment and remedial phase of the project. For more information on this project, visit the Services: Program Management page.