At Carroll Engineering, we know what works. With 55 years of experience, we have the practical knowledge and the technical expertise to create spaces that function and stand out. CEI delivers reliable designs and creative solutions that work for our clients and the community.
CEI stays abreast of the most up-to-date stormwater management and erosion/sediment control regulations, and we expertly navigate permit approval processes even in sensitive locations, such as Chesapeake Bay Critical Area sites.
We provide site planning and feasibility studies, forest stand delineation and forest conservation plans, and landscape plans that add beauty with minimal maintenance.
We work in a variety of sectors, including healthcare, retail, stadium, multi-family, university, K-12, office, and municipal.
What's Going On
Renaissance Row celebrates grand opening
The Renaissance Row Apartments in Park Heights celebrated its Grand Opening in May. CEI provided structural, civil, and landscape architecture on this 84-unit affordable housing complex, which is part of the Park Heights Renaissance neighborhood revitalization.
Lexington Market celebrated its reopening this October after four years of extensive renovations. The project preserved the market’s culture and history, while making it a modern destination for a new generation. CEI was proud to serve as civil and structural engineer on this landmark project.
First performing arts center under construction in Garrett Co.
The Performing Arts Center at Garrett College is a $21 million renovation/addition project that will include a 450-seat proscenium theatre, black box theater, and outdoor performance spaces. CEI provided structural, civil, and landscape architecture designs for this project, expected to open in 2022.
Morgan State University’s Calvin & Tina Tyler Hall was awarded the 2021 AIA Maryland Public Building of the Year and the 2021 AIA Baltimore Grand Design Award. Completed in 2020, CEI provided civil designs for this $88 million building that blends modern design with the campus’s historic aesthetic.