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  • Kris Kosciarz, CCJM Designer, successfully completed his third of the Seven Summits – Denali/Mt. McKinley. Denali is the highest mountain in North America and the third most prominent mountain in the world at 20,156 feet. Its tremendous size and beauty generate a magnetism that continually draws climbers from around the […]

    CCJM’s Kris Kosciarz Climbing to Higher Heights!

    Kris Kosciarz, CCJM Designer, successfully completed his third of the Seven Summits – Denali/Mt. McKinley. Denali is the highest mountain in North America and the third most prominent mountain in the world at 20,156 feet. Its tremendous size and beauty generate a magnetism that continually draws climbers from around the […]

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  • CCJM’s Mark Spigarelli outlines 10 ways that engineers can save water across both mechanical and plumbing systems within commercial buildings, in the cover article of the March 2012 issue of Consulting Specifying Engineer Magazine. Link to Article: 10 Ways to Save Water in Commercial Buildings  

    How To Save Water!

    CCJM’s Mark Spigarelli outlines 10 ways that engineers can save water across both mechanical and plumbing systems within commercial buildings, in the cover article of the March 2012 issue of Consulting Specifying Engineer Magazine. Link to Article: 10 Ways to Save Water in Commercial Buildings  

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  • CC Johnson & Malhotra, PC (CCJM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Charles “Chick” Babcock, PE by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) as one of two engineers to represent the USA on the World Road Association-PIARC Technical Committee TC 4.3 Road Bridges. He […]

    AASHTO Appoints Charles “Chick” Babcock to Prestigious International Technical Committee

    CC Johnson & Malhotra, PC (CCJM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Charles “Chick” Babcock, PE by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) as one of two engineers to represent the USA on the World Road Association-PIARC Technical Committee TC 4.3 Road Bridges. He […]

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  • The Delaware Canal is the only remaining continuously intact canal of the great towpath canal building era of the early and mid-19th century. This linear state park provides public access to its 60-mile towpath and waterway which parallels the Delaware River between Easton and Bristol, Pennsylvania.

    Replacement of Historic Structures Over Delaware Canal

    The Delaware Canal is the only remaining continuously intact canal of the great towpath canal building era of the early and mid-19th century. This linear state park provides public access to its 60-mile towpath and waterway which parallels the Delaware River between Easton and Bristol, Pennsylvania.

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  • CCJM’s Camp Hill Office was audited in January 2012 for compliance of its Quality Management System (QMS) to the internationally recognized ISO 9001-2008 Standard. The auditor, Smithers Quality Assessments, Inc. of Akron, Ohio found CCJM’s QMS to be both suitable and effective with zero non-conformities.

    Quality Audit Shows High Level of Professionalism

    CCJM’s Camp Hill Office was audited in January 2012 for compliance of its Quality Management System (QMS) to the internationally recognized ISO 9001-2008 Standard. The auditor, Smithers Quality Assessments, Inc. of Akron, Ohio found CCJM’s QMS to be both suitable and effective with zero non-conformities.

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  • CCJM’s Michael Johnson, Systems Engineer, has earned LEED’s Existing Building Operation & Maintenance accreditation. This credential provides a standard for professionals participating in the operation and maintenance of existing buildings that implement sustainable practices and reduce the environmental impact of a building over its functional life cycle.

    Michael Johnson Earns LEED AP O&M Accreditation

    CCJM’s Michael Johnson, Systems Engineer, has earned LEED’s Existing Building Operation & Maintenance accreditation. This credential provides a standard for professionals participating in the operation and maintenance of existing buildings that implement sustainable practices and reduce the environmental impact of a building over its functional life cycle.

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  • CCJM Camp Hill is pleased to announce that Micah Fickett recently received his Fundamentals of Engineering / EIT in the state of Pennsylvania. The EIT is an important step toward a professional path in the engineering field. In addition, Micah also recently successfully completed safety training required by AMTRAK for […]

    Fickett Earns New Certifications

    CCJM Camp Hill is pleased to announce that Micah Fickett recently received his Fundamentals of Engineering / EIT in the state of Pennsylvania. The EIT is an important step toward a professional path in the engineering field. In addition, Micah also recently successfully completed safety training required by AMTRAK for […]

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  • With close to 30 years of experience in the building industry, “Liz”, as we affectionately call her, was quite an asset to our team. She performed plumbing and fire protection design for the last 10 years with diligence and supreme attention to detail. There are not enough words to say […]

    CCJM’s Elizabeth Hajzer Retires After 28 Years of Service

    With close to 30 years of experience in the building industry, “Liz”, as we affectionately call her, was quite an asset to our team. She performed plumbing and fire protection design for the last 10 years with diligence and supreme attention to detail. There are not enough words to say […]

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  • For nearly a century, the SR 928 bridge has conveyed traffic over the pristine Big Cove Creek. Located near the Fulton County Cooperative Trout Nursery, operated under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), Big Cove Creek hosts brown and rainbow trout with some stream-born trout. Close […]

    PennDOT Selects CCJM to Design Bridge in Environmentally Sensitive Location

    For nearly a century, the SR 928 bridge has conveyed traffic over the pristine Big Cove Creek. Located near the Fulton County Cooperative Trout Nursery, operated under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), Big Cove Creek hosts brown and rainbow trout with some stream-born trout. Close […]

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  • CCJM President, Anil Ahuja, presented at the 2011 Chicago Hamburg Business Forum – the first international business delegation to be welcomed by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

    Anil Ahuja Panelist at Chicago Hamburg Business Forum 2011

    CCJM President, Anil Ahuja, presented at the 2011 Chicago Hamburg Business Forum – the first international business delegation to be welcomed by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

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