SSM combines expertise and core values to generate prosperity for the company and its employees
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Scott T. Miller and Carolyn Rodino.
Spotts, Stevens and McCoy – the regional engineering, environmental and surveying company located in West Chester – combine expertise and core values to drive growth and prosperity for the company and its employees.
Scott T. Miller and Carolyn Rodino are two of the many difference makers at Spotts, Stevens and McCoy.
Teamwork, quality and pride are values that Miller demonstrates every day as he helps his clients achieve their goals and bring their projects to fruition. As Director of Land Planning Services, Miller is responsible for managing all phases of the land planning process for each project.
Its team’s multidisciplinary expertise and extensive knowledge of municipal planning and regulatory procedures deliver lasting value to clients. A Penn State graduate with a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture, Miller has more than 35 years of land planning experience.
“Both experience and teamwork are essential to perform with excellence,” he said. “When all of our team members combine their individual skills, we give customers a level of experience that goes beyond what any of us could handle alone.
With a focus on the protection, development and management of water resources for future generations, Rodino, Director of Water Resources, is passionate about the company’s slogan that “our work touches everyday life” . As a leader, she has a knack for encouraging and helping her team, preparing them for leadership roles in the future. His ability to unite, inspire and organize individuals into a successful project team results in projects and ideas moving forward.
Rodino’s technical experience includes assisting with watershed and drinking water system regulations and developing source water protection plans for water systems throughout Pennsylvania.
“Make a difference in your community by volunteering!” she says. “Working as a volunteer allows you to practice leadership skills that you can hone for your professional career.”
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