The energy industry thrives in the United States. S&ME responds by providing an integrated approach to traditional and emerging markets that addresses the engineering and scientific issues associated with power generation and oil and gas market segments.


Transportation agencies are challenged with reductions of budgets, demands for expedited project delivery and pressures to reduce congestion and modernize transportation networks. S&ME demonstrates value to our clients by our ability to innovate, provide timely solutions, and meet their unique needs.


S&ME can meet your need in new construction, plant expansion, refurbishment of aging infrastructure and regulatory compliance management for on-going operations.


S&ME serves government clients at the Federal, State and Local levels with a wide variety of services to support pre-design, design, construction and post-construction needs.


Whether you’re planning a new facility construction, or needing a property condition assessment to protect your existing investment, S&ME can be there with you every step of the way.


S&ME projects may vary but our clients return to us for our ability to serve them in three areas: schedule, diversity of services, and our practical and effective solutions to their challenges.


Billion Dollar Transportation Mega-Project for the Midwest

The Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges project will cost over $2 billion dollars when complete. The new bridges, tunnel, interchange, and approaches will address the long-term, cross-river transportation needs in Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana. The project is divided in two parts with Kentucky overseeing Downtown Crossing and Indiana directing East End Crossing. S&ME is a member of the design-build team providing quality control and quality assurance services to the Commonwealth of Kentucky for Downtown Crossing. Financed through Federal Highway Administration dollars, this ambitious project is designed to improve safety, ease traffic and promote economic development in the industrial Midwest. Read more about this project.

S&ME Acquires Littlejohn


In 2015 S&ME joined forces with Littlejohn to provide a broader range of engineering, planning and design services to better serve our clients. To learn more the added capabilities in civil engineering, planning, land surveying and landscape architecture services from S&ME’s subsidiary company, Littlejohn, please follow the link on the adjacent logo.

Randy Neuhaus featured in National Safety Council’s CEOs Who “Get It”

NSCThe National Safety Council has announced the 2015 CEOs Who “Get It,” its annual recognition of leaders who demonstrate a personal commitment to worker safety and health. While each leader hails from a different organization, they all identify safety as a core value and essential to their organization’s success.

As a framework for understanding and communicating about workplace safety, the Council developed the Journey to Safety Excellence, a process of continuous improvement with a goal of zero harm. This year’s selectees represent the four core elements of the Journey: leadership and employee engagement, safety management systems, risk reduction and performance measurement.

“This year’s group of CEOs really do ‘Get It’ – through leadership and learning, they embody continuous safety improvement,” said Deborah A.P. Hersman, NSC president and CEO. “We spotlight their successes and share their stories to inspire other leaders to undertake their own Journey to Safety Excellence.”

 This year’s CEOs represent national and multinational organizations of all varieties and sizes. Profiles of the CEOs Who “Get It” are featured in the February 2015 issue of Safety+Health magazine. Read more about Randy’s dedication to safety here.

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S&ME Names Three New Vice Presidents

The S&ME Board of Directors announced the appointment of three new vice presidents at their March 18, 2015 meeting. Randy Neuhaus, PE, S&ME President and CEO, announced the appointments to S&ME staff in […]