American Association of Airport Executives recognizes CMT for its contributions to the aviation industry
05/22/2013: On May 22, 2013, the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) honored Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. (CMT) with its Corporate Cup of Excellence Award. AAAE is the world’s largest professional aviation organization representing over 5,000 members working at 850 public-use commercial and general aviation airports throughout the country. CMT was selected for the award based on the contributions and improvements it has made to the airport industry, and for its service to the AAAE.
CMT stands out as a player even among larger airport firms in the country. Their distinct success has largely resulted from maintaining healthy, long-term partnerships with airport clients of all sizes and governances,” said Bruce Carter, Chair of the AAAE Executive Committee.
The award was presented at the AAAE’s 85th Annual Conference and Exposition held in Reno, NV. CMT was selected to receive the award by a committee of airport executives who serve on the association’s board of directors.
AAAE is one of the most respected organizations in the aviation industry so it is a great honor to receive this award. CMT has been working at airports since the firm was founded in 1946 and it’s very gratifying to see that our commitment to serving the industry has been recognized,” said Mike Doerfler, CMT director of aviation services.
Doerfler accepted the award on behalf of CMT, and was accompanied by CMT Aviation Professionals Chuck Taylor, Brian Welker and Brad Hamilton.
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. (CMT) (www.cmtengr.com) is a consulting engineering firm with over 260 employees. The firm has offices in Springfield, Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, Peoria, and Edwardsville, IL; St. Louis and Springfield, MO; Indianapolis, IN; and Columbus, OH. CMT has been in business for over 60 years and provides a wide-range of engineering and project management services for aviation, highways, bridges, water, wastewater, and land development projects.