Camp Dresser & McKee (CDM) and Wilbur Smith Associates Join Forces to Serve Clients as CDM Smith Send
Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Cambridge, Massachusetts - What began in February 2011 with joining of two industry forces has culminated in a fully integrated provider of comprehensive water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities services united under the new brand CDM Smith.

According to Chief Executive Officer Richard D. Fox, “CDM Smith brings together CDM and Wilbur Smith Associates, two firms of rich heritage and world-wide reputation. With 123 years of combined cross-discipline expertise, our people bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and dedication to every client relationship and each project. While our name is different and our portfolio of services has expanded, we remain committed to doing what is right for our clients, our communities, each other and the future.”

Proving to be better together, CDM Smith represents almost 6000 employees excelling in 100 technical specialties, partnering with clients to solve challenges in 28 countries around the world.

CDM Smith provides lasting and integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities to public and private clients worldwide. As a full-service consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm, we deliver exceptional client service, quality results and enduring value across the entire project life cycle.

CDM Smith serves clients in Connecticut from both the Wethersfield and New Haven, CT offices with over 90 professionals.  The firm is currently serving as the Metropolitan District Commission’s Program Manager for the Clean Water Program and for Connecticut DOT preparing the Environmental Assessment for the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Rail Program.

CDM Smith serves numerous municipalities throughout the state both large and small including the Cities  of Ansonia, Bridgeport, Bristol, Greenwich, Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury, and Towns of Groton, New Hartford, New Milford, Plainville, South Windsor, Stafford, Stonington, and Stratford, just to name a few.







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