Selected Awards and Recognition

2014 Eagle Award (pictured, bottom left)
On Friday, September 26th, CERM received the Eagle Award from the State of Georgia’s Mentor-Protégé Program at the program’s Graduation Ceremony & Reception. The Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection (MPC) is a business development program administered by the Georgia Education Foundation (GEF) in partnership with the Department of Economic Development and the Georgia Institute of Technology. The Georgia MPC Eagle Award is given to the protégé who has exhibited superior leadership qualities and presence in civic engagement.
2013 WTS Diversity Leadership Award
The Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) advocacy organization award, CERM has demonstrated a commitment to equity, workforce development and community engagement – from outreach to underserved communities to professional development efforts to inspiring the next generation of minority scientists, CERM delivers measurable diversity and inclusion outcomes.
2012 DeKalb Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year (pictured, top left)
2008 Lou Walker Legacy Award by the Georgia Black Chamber of Commerce
2007 Alabama Minority Business Enterprise Center Engineering/ Service Firm of the Year
2006 Georgia Governor’s Small Business of Excellence Award
Governor Sonny Perdue's Georgia Small Business of Excellence Award was established to recognize the dedication, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit displayed by small businesses. Small businesses are a driving force in the state's economy and most of the job growth is a result of their success. CERM was nominated for this prestigious award by MARTA.
2006 Georgia Minority Business Enterprise Center Service Firm of the Year

Selected Client Testimonials

“The staff was very professional and knowledgeable…CERM’s staff developed a plan to meet the County’s goals and objectives, and carried the plan though efficiently to the completion of the job.”
Willie D. Greene, Assistant Director
DeKalb County, GA
“The City of Doraville has benefitted from the quality of work performed by CERM. The staff is both knowledgeable and responsive. I would recommend CERM to anyone seeking engineering or surveying services.”
Steve Strickland, Stormwater Department
City of Doraville, GA
“CERM brings a high level of professionalism to its work and relationships. They have continued to exceed our expectations as they carry out their responsibilities on the various projects for the City. We would strongly recommend CERM for any project that required their expertise.”
Deborah A. Jackson, Mayor
City of Lithonia, GA
“I have worked closely with CERM project managers. They have always been available and willing to do whatever was necessary to provide a high quality product. The renewal and expansion of their contract is directly attributed to CERM’s quality of work and command of the technical subject matter.”
Alfredo Alcoff, State Environmental Coordinator
Alabama Department of Transportation
Al Edwards receives the DeKalb Chamber’s Apex Small Business award on behalf of CERM, from (left), Leonardo McClarty, President, DeKalb Chamber of Commerce; Betsy Mercier, President & CEO, CDC Credit Union; Commissioner Larry Johnson, DeKalb County Board of Commissioners;  Karl Humphrey, President, Mail Centers Express.

Al Edwards receives the DeKalb Chamber’s Apex Small Business award on behalf of CERM, from (left), Leonardo McClarty, President, DeKalb Chamber of Commerce; Betsy Mercier, President & CEO, CDC Credit Union; Commissioner Larry Johnson, DeKalb County Board of Commissioners;  Karl Humphrey, President, Mail Centers Express.

2014 Eagle Award

Femi Adesanya, PhD and Albert Edwards of CERM are joined by Veronica Maldonado, GMPC and Sharon Shuttlesworth, MARTA as they accept the 2014 Eagle Award at the Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection Graduation Ceremony on September 26, 2014