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In a Special Election on March 17, 2015, the residents of the City of Atlanta passed the five (5) year $250M Renew Atlanta Bond Referendum.  This initial referendum is expected to be the first of many bond referendums that will be used to address Atlanta’s $1.02B infrastructure backlog that was identified in City reports produced in 2010 for Transportation and 2014 for Facilities. The Renew Atlanta Bond Referendum includes $187M for transportation projects such as roads, bridges, sidewalks, complete streets, bicycle lanes and traffic signals.  It includes an additional $63M for upgrades to municipal facilities such as police precincts, fire stations, parks and recreational facilities, government buildings and a public art program.

In September 2016, the Program Management Team (PMT) was awarded a contract for the management of the City’s Renew Atlanta Bond Program.  The PMT provides staff augmentation support for Renew Atlanta Projects and works out of Atlanta City Hall Offices.  

As a major sub-consultant on the PMT, CERM provides staffing, equipment, materials, supplies, services, etc. as necessary to fulfill its contractual requirements in the following categories:

  • Program Management assistance

  • Pre-construction

  • Construction Management

  • Program Safety

  • Contract Administration

  • Project Management

  • Utility Coordination

  • Field Engineering and Construction Inspection

  • Communications and Public Outreach

  • Program Controls

  • Estimating

  • Scheduling

Mobile Gas Plant Site Assessment, Cleanup & Remediation Project


City of Atlanta – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. – Clear Creek Combined Sewer Basin Relief Project
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (H-JAIA) Architectural & Engineering Design Services
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