Water engineering firm Carollo Engineers expands to mid-Atlantic region with new office opening

(UI) – Carollo Engineers announced the opening of a new office in Philadelphia. This expansion comes in response to the company's continuous growth and burgeoning client base in the Mid-Atlantic region.

The new office, located in proximity to the firm's established locations in northern New Jersey, New York City, and Washington D.C., is poised to deliver cutting-edge water solutions tailored to meet the unique challenges of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area and Greater Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Southern New Jersey.

"This expansion allows us to harness the local talent pool and collaborate closely with clients to deliver innovative and sustainable water solutions," said Carollo Client Service Director Michael J. MacPhee.

Coinciding with the opening of the Philadelphia office, Carollo introduced three water professionals who have joined the firm: 

Jason Marie, PE – as a Client Services Manager, Jason brings more than 20 years of experience in the planning, design, and construction of water facilities. His proficiency extends to distribution systems, surface and groundwater treatment processes, and management of large-scale infrastructure projects.

Milissa Hirst, PE – Milissa has 27 years of experience delivering projects from planning and permitting through the traditional design/bid/build process. Her specialization encompasses the planning and design of water infrastructure, hydraulic profile evaluations, and capital improvement planning.

Jill Marie, PE – With 23 years of civil and environmental engineering experience acumen, Jill excels in leading medium- to large-scale infrastructure projects. Her expertise spans water facilities, distribution systems, pump stations, trenchless applications, and more.

Notable projects in the East region include pipeline condition assessment for WSSC Water, tertiary filter rehabilitation for DC Water, and one of the largest drinking water treatment upgrades in the country for Nashville Metro Water Services.

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