This Is Pittsburgh
700 Cherrington Parkway
Moon Township, PA 15108
The Pittsburgh office—CEC’s largest—is also our corporate headquarters location. Since our inception in 1989, we have focused on delivering high-quality work, making it easy for our clients to do business with us, offering a superior level of collaboration, being highly responsive, and sharing our specialized expertise. Our dedication to client service and our employees informs our every move. The office has more than 300 professionals in air quality, civil engineering, ecological sciences, environmental engineering and sciences, manufacturing infrastructure services, survey/geospatial, waste management, and water resources. Our specialty services include master planning, cultural resource management, and geographic information systems and data management.
CEC Pittsburgh is #6 on the Pittsburgh Business Times‘ 2022 list of the “Largest Pittsburgh-area Engineering Firms” (ranked by 2021 local engineering billings) and #1 on the 2022 list of the “Largest Pittsburgh-area Environmental Firms” (ranked by 2021 local employees).
CEC is ranked #7 in Pennsylvania and #22 overall on the 2022 ENR Mid-Atlantic Top Design Firms list.
CEC Pittsburgh is ranked #36 on the Pittsburgh Business Times’ 2022 list of the “Largest Pittsburgh-area Private Companies.”
CEC Pittsburgh boasts a culture that encourages professional growth while having fun and developing relationships. Our mix of industry experts and younger professionals fosters an environment well suited for continuous learning and opportunity. Professional development and technical training, client development activities, and management opportunities are available to staff at every level. Our CECFit! Wellness Program includes having a large-scale gym in the building, sponsoring employee participation in local races, and more. Plus, we organize happy hours, staff tournaments (such as ping pong), and food trucks!
CEC Community is an employee-driven initiative that encourages and celebrates employees’ efforts toward neighborhood involvement, career path insight, community-based education, charitable giving, and volunteerism. Notable Pittsburgh activities include litter cleanups, mentorships with local schools, and blood drives.