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Join Chuck Eaton, CMEs Civil Engineering Manager at the Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference on Friday, February 24th. For more information or to sign up today, please visit: http://ow.ly/cmBm308LFKF

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WE'RE HIRING! CME is seeking a full-time Assistant Utility Coordinator to work in our East Hartford office. Click below to apply and share with your network.

http://ow.ly/wIw4307WtxO

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Want a rewarding #career in the #engineering industry? CME is looking for a full-time Staff Civil Engineer to work in our East Hartford/Storrs Office. To learn more and view all of our current job openings, visit: http://www.cmeengineering.com/join-us/
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From everyone at CME, have a #safe and #HappyHoliday season! #HappyHolidays2016
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For the last year, John Guszkowski, CME’s Director of Planning and Development has been serving as Government Relations Co-Chair for the Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association (CCAPA). Find out more here: http://ow.ly/Gl5x306UxYa
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We are pleased to announce that Robert Talbot has joined CME Associates as the Deputy Director of our Highways and Traffic group. Robert will be working closely with our Director of Highways and Traffic, George Jacobs, to continue to grow that division as well as CME’s Northeast practice.

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From everyone at CME, have a #safe and fun #Thanksgiving! #Thankful #SafeTravels #Thanksgiving2016
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This past week, CMEs CTO, Michael "Pete" Culmo attended a brainstorming workshop for the replacement of the bridge that carries I-270 over the Mississippi River connecting Madison County, Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri. This structure is known locally as the Chain of Rocks Bridge.

They are investigating ABC as well as innovative design concepts to facilitate the bridge construction. The goal is to determine a structure type that will result in construction that minimizes impacts to the traveling public. The project is in the early planning phase at this time.

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The Northeast Innovation Hub recently won a $50,000 grant to help it jump-start economic development. CMEs Director of Planning and Development, John Guszkowski was instrumental in bringing key components to the table and raising enthusiasm to envision and pursue necessary funding to launch the program.
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