The principals and staff of CMA Engineers have more than thirty solid years of experience in the implementation of waste-to-energy facilities, including project planning, siting, permitting, design-build and design-build-own-operate contract formulation and negotiation, design-build management of facility and air pollution control retrofit construction projects, annual facility contract reconciliations, contract extension negotiations, and formation and management of regional public entities.

CMA Engineers has experience in the utilization of ash from waste-to-energy facilities, having coordinated a major research effort funded in part by the USEPA and the Federal Highway Administration to utilize waste-to-energy bottom ash as a partial aggregate substitute in asphalt used to reconstruct a portion of U.S. Route 3 in Laconia, N.H. The results of this extensive investigation were reported at environmental engineering conferences in the U.S. and Europe.