“Schiller and Hersh has been successfully performing work orders for the PWD since 1999 on both small and large projects. Your company has produced high quality technical engineering documents on time and on budget for the past 7 years. We have challenged your engineers to develop engineering designs and solutions that will minimize outages for critical circuits within our Plants and provide a robust electrical system for the next 50 years. We thank you for the important contributions you have made to improving the reliability and ensuring the continuity of the critical water infrastructure in the City of Philadelphia. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Schiller and Hersh for years to come.”
Alan Rende, P.E.
Engineering Supervisor II
Electrical Engineering Section – Design Branch
Philadelphia Water Department
“S&H has provided professional engineering services at the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) since 1990. Speaking on behalf of the Division of Aviation (DOA) of the City of Philadelphia, we could not be happier with the performance and expertise of S&H. Rich Delp and in the past Judy Schiller has been instrumental in providing reliable and critically phased electrical engineering designs for our main incoming substations and other electrical systems throughout the airport. If there are any significant electrical problems that arise at PHL, we call Rich at S&H – it is that simple. We want to thank S&H for their invaluable contributions to the reliability of the electrical power systems at PHL.”
Thomas Varughese, P.E.
Assistant Engineering Manager
Philadelphia International Airport
“Schiller and Hersh has been a key sub-consultant to PTC joint venture team for the multi-phase $120 million Frankford Transportation Center program, and was responsible for all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineering. The various facilities included a new terminal facility, an historic station renovation, bus depot addition/renovation, and a parking garage. Schiller and Hersh, a DBE firm, has provided professional engineering, responsive service and support to the same extent as other prime and sub-consultant team members with much larger staffs. SEPTA’s management, the Frankford community, and the ridership are pleased with the outcome of the FTC program, the rebuilding of the Bridge-Pratt terminal.”
M. Cynthia Brey, AIA
FTC Senior Project Manager
SEPTA CD&C, Philadelphia, PA