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Congratulations to our own Coreen Casadei and Tammi Halapin! Our Principals have been honored by the Pittsburgh Business Times as members of the group of 2020 Fox Rothschild Outstanding CEOs of the year! We are so proud of these two women engineers for their professional success. (They are also involved members of the community and terrific bosses!) Check out the full article here. If you would like to view the virtual event, click here.
Collective Efforts on the scene at the Turner School of Construction Management. Thank you to Tara Connor, LEED AP, Dexter Hendricks, CCA, LEED AP, George Robinson II, and the office of UPMC Supplier Diversity for hosting this insightful program. Small minority and women-owned businesses learn to develop new strategies and meaningful tools to grow their business relationships.
Collective Efforts received kudos from PWSA for Gimena Bosonetto’s work on the Lead Service Line Replacement Program as a WBE subcontractor for AECOM. To see the full article click here.
Collective Efforts is proud to have been a part of the Smallman Street Redevelopment Project which won the Society of American Military Engineers’ (SAME) project of the year award!
The project involved the replacement and relocation of existing PWSA water and sewer infrastructure to accommodate development of the Produce Terminal Building on Smallman Street between 16th and 21st Street. Collective Efforts provided engineering services including permitting, engineering design support, and drafting. Collective Efforts also provided construction management support and construction inspection services.
Thanks for everyone’s contributions to make this project a big success!
Collective Efforts is proud to have been a part of the Herron Avenue Green Infrastructure Project which won the American Society of Civil Engineer’s (ASCE) Sustainability Award for 2018!
The bioswale, located at the intersection of Herron Avenue and Centre Avenue in the Hill District, is designed to divert over 1,000,000 gallons of stormwater each year. This project was implemented on behalf of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewage Authority’s (PWSA) green infrastructure program. Congratulations to everyone who worked on this project!
Pittsburgh’s local NPR station, WESA, featured the project on their website – check it out!
Congratulations to our own William D. Trimbath, PE, who has received the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Pittsburgh Section’s Distinguished Civil Engineer Award for 2018! “A well-deserved award for a great guy who was my boss when I started my engineering career,” stated Collective Efforts’ Principal Tammi Halapin. “And he hasn’t aged a bit!”
Great job, Bill; we’re proud of you!
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