April 23, 2017 6:01 AM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of CDM Smith Inc.

Company Overview

CDM Smith Inc. operates as an engineering and construction company. The company provides integrated operation solutions for project life cycles in water, environment, transportation, energy, and facilities to public and private clients, including government, businesses, and industries in the United States and internationally. It offers consulting, engineering, and construction services. The company was formerly known as Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. and changed its name to CDM Smith Inc. in December 2011. CDM Smith Inc. was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with offices worldwide.

75 State Street

Suite 701

Boston, MA 02109

United States

Founded in 1947

Phone:

617-452-6000

Fax:

617-345-3901

Key Executives for CDM Smith Inc.

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President and Chief Operating Officer
Co-Founder
Co-Founder
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

CDM Smith Inc. Key Developments

Bureau of Reclamation Awards $91.9 Million Contract to CDM Smith

The Bureau of Reclamation awarded a four year, $91.9 million contract on February 22, 2017 to CDM Smith to design and build portions of the Pojoaque Basin Regional Water System in north-central New Mexico. The Pojoaque Basin Regional Water System was authorized by Congress as part of the Aamodt Settlement Agreement under the Claims Resolution Act of 2010 (P.L. 111-291). When complete, the system will provide reliable, safe drinking water to the Pueblo de San Ildefonso, Pueblos of Nambe, Pojoaque and Tesuque, and Santa Fe County residents. It will divert water from the Rio Grande and includes diversion works, storage, a treatment plant, pipelines, pumping plants and other facilities to supply up to 4,000 acre-feet of water per year.

NAVFAC Selects CDM Smith for Design-Build Contract

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southeast has selected CDM Smith for a $17.9 million design-build contract for a new water distribution system at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans in Belle Chase, Louisiana. The project will design and install new dedicated lines for flight line non-potable fire protection and domestic potable water distribution, completely separating the two, currently combined systems. This project is critical to support on-going flight training exercises and meet the potable water needs on base. The base’s existing potable water pipelines, oversized to accommodate both fire flow and domestic potable use, are insufficient to support the base's variable demands for potable and non-potable water. During training, there is often a need for high-volume, short-term, non-potable water flow for fire protection on the flight line. Domestic potable water demands are maximized on weekends during Navy/Marine Reserve training activities. Weekday potable and non-potable use is limited due to reduced flight operations and a smaller number of base personnel. The oversized water distribution pipes also contribute to lengthy water detention times, decreasing the chlorine residual necessary to protect the potable water for safe consumption and resulting in water stagnation. This is addressed by wasteful flushing to mitigate the decayed water quality. CDM Smith will perform analysis, field investigation, solution development, computer modeling, permitting, design, construction and testing of the water system repairs so that the potable water system will meet all local, state and federal water quality requirements. The project will completely separate the existing water distribution system, delivering a fire main system that provides sufficient water to the hangars without affecting domestic water quality. The dedicated distribution pipelines, independent from the flight line fire protection system, will be appropriately sized to meet the potable water and the hydrant fire protection demands. Construction is scheduled to begin in February 2017 and will be complete by June 2017.

CDM Smith Appoints Tom Visosky as Vice President and Business Development Manager

CDM Smith announced that Tom Visosky has joined the firm as a vice president and business development manager on the West Coast. Visosky will primarily be focused on growing the company's alternative delivery services in the region. Visosky is a professional engineer in California and Texas and has a successful history with design-build. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a design-build director for a large global firm where he led activities in business development, teaming/partnering, quality control, recruiting, risk management, financials, project execution and mentoring. Visosky also served as a member of the Water Design-Build Council where he helped develop the recently published.

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