CDM Smith

Cambridge, MA 02139


About CDM Smith


Cambridge, MA 02139

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CDM Smith is a full-service, global consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm helping public and private clients improve the environment and infrastructure.

Articles & News

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Collection Systems

Newark Completes Lead Service Line Replacement Program

Feb. 22, 2022
The lead service line program started in March 2019 with an 8-10 year timeline, but completed in February 2022.
Utility Management

CDM Smith Launches Trinnex, a SaaS & Digital Strategy Subsidiary

Jan. 14, 2022
Trinnex launches with software-as-a-service solutions that tackle some of the biggest challenges and opportunities in infrastructure
Utility Management

CDM Smith Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Jan. 5, 2022
CDM Press ReleaseundefinedCDM Smith is celebrating a significant company and industry milestone in 2022—its 75th anniversary. What started as a partnership of three consultants...
Top Projects

The Clinton River WRRF Biosolids Handling & Septage Receiving Facility

Dec. 28, 2021
Cost: $41,162,000Location: North Opdyke, Pontiac, MichiganYear: 2021-12-21Size: 25.69 gpmOwner: Oakland County & Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s OfficeDesigners:...
Sludge & Biosolids

Addressing the Impacts of PFAS in Biosolids

Sept. 10, 2021
An overview of regulations, treatment & challenges surrounding PFAS in biosolids
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Utility Management

Our Water Future Is Digital

Aug. 5, 2021
This article originally appeared in WWD May 2021 issue as "Our Water Future Is Digital"
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Jim Kang Joins CDM Smith

April 19, 2016
Kang has nearly 30 years of experience in the water and wastewater treatment industries
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Wastewater Treatment

Evaluating Acidic Disinfection

July 15, 2013
Peracetic acid gaining ground as effective disinfection alternative

Videos & Resources

Collection Systems

Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) Expansion | WWD Weekly Digest Video

Dec. 16, 2021
This $1.8 billion, 20,000 square foot pump station required more than 250,000 man hours. Learn how all the pieces came together.

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