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Frederick County's Best Place to Work!

On July 28th, CAS Engineering was recognized as a Best Place to Work in Frederick County (medium sized firm). The award was made possible by our incredibly dedicated and hard-working staff. The amazing job they do every day for our clients makes it possible to provide exceptional benefits and a great work environment. Sure we're proud to receive the accolades, but we're really proud of (and grateful to) the staff that made it all possible.

[Frederick Best Places to Work]
[Frederick County, MD – News Release]

Washingtonian's Design Award Winners

The 2016 Residential Design Awards were featured in Washingtonian Magazine's August issue. We'd like to congratulate award winners: Kube Architecture, Robert M. Gurney, EL Studio, David Jameson, Mark McInturff, Richard Williams, Anne Decker, and Bonstra-Haresign. We’ve had the privilege of working with each of these talented firms, even partnering on several of these award-winning projects! Pick up an August issue and read this feature if you get the chance. [Washingtonian]

Did Someone Say "BEER!"?

We at CAS Engineering love our beer. So it may be a slight understatement to say we were excited to help spearhead approval for the latest addition to the Maryland farm brewery scene. Congratulations go out to Phil Muth and his team at The Brookeville Beer Farm on their July 28th grand opening. If not for the ill-timed Best Places to Work Awards ceremony, you can bet the CAS Engineering crew would have been there! This is truly a first class operation. It's conveniently located just north of Olney so stop by and try a pint of their September Sun. [Brookeville Beer Farm]

Big Changes May Be Coming for Hundreds of Small Properties in the 20815 Zip Code!!

On June 21, 2016 the Montgomery County Council introduced Zoning Text Amendment (ZTA) 16-07. This ZTA restores a provision noticeably absent from 2014's rewritten Zoning Ordinance. Approval of this ZTA is of great importance to homeowners in Chevy Chase Terrace, and similar subdivisions, where most properties are comprised of two 20- to 25-foot wide lots. As of October 30, 2014, owners of these circa 1920-1930s homes were limited to additions, renovations, or reconstruction on the same footprint. If passed, ZTA 16-07 will allow these lots to once again be combined by minor subdivision, making these aging homes eligible for teardown/ rebuild status. Stay tuned for more information on this important ZTA. A copy of the recent Analyst Package can be found here. [ZTA 16-07]

Congratulations to the Landsman family!

On July 11th, Dave and Allie welcomed Brynley Reese Landsman into their lives. Both mother and daughter are doing wonderfully. Dave is hanging in there as well. After some well-earned time off (1/2 day), he is back at the helm of our DC office.

Pittman's Chapel at Morton Street Mews

Browse over to OPaL DC's website to check out their stunning two and three-level homes in DC's Park View neighborhood. Our DC office handled pre-purchase feasibility, civil plan sets, permit processing, construction stakeout, inspections, and condominium plats. [OPaLDC]

Montgomery County's Golden Performance!

Would you believe Montgomery County hauled in more gold medals than 92% of the countries participating in the Rio Olympics? Read more at Bethesda Magazine's website. [Bethesda Magazine]


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