Headquarters: 50 Hampshire Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
CEO: Richard Fox
CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm with public and private clients worldwide. CDM stands for the names of its founders Camp, Dresser and McKee.
CDM provides services through the following major business groups:
* Client Services, Europe, Middle East & Africa
* Federal Services
* Industrial Services
* Public Services, North America East & Latin America
* Public Services, North America West/Central & Asia
These units are supported by the Consulting & Engineering Divisions and the Construction Division — all working together to deliver integrated consulting, engineering, construction, and operations services worldwide. Capabilities include: water, environment, energy, transportation, facilities and processes, international development.
CDM has over 120 offices around the world.
In February, CDM acquired Wilbur Smith Associates, a professional services consulting firm that specializes in transportation, infrastructure and community development planning, engineering and economics.
CDM was founded as a partnership in 1947 by Thomas R. Camp, Herman G. Dresser, and Jack E. McKee. Dr. Camp headed the department of sanitary engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology before leaving the university to set up a consulting practice. Dedicated to public health protection, he pioneered water treatment technologies such as dual-media filters and direct filtration for public water supplies. While Dr. Camp set the standard of technical excellence for CDM, Mr. Dresser established the tone and business practices of the firm, emphasizing the importance of employee development across all disciplines. Dr. McKee made professional contributions in water quality protection, groundwater recharge, and engineering education. He left the firm in 1949 to become a professor at the California Institute of Technology, later rejoining CDM on a part-time basis.
Benefits options include:
Medical Plan - CDM employees, their dependents, and registered domestic partners are eligible for a group medical plan on a cost-sharing basis.
Dental Plan - CDM employees, their dependents, and registered domestic partners are eligible for a group dental plan on a cost-sharing basis.
Vision Plan - CDM employees, their dependents, and registered domestic partners are eligible for this plan. The employee pays the full cost of the plan.
Employee Life Insurance
Spouse, Registered Domestic Partner, and Dependent Life Insurance
Employee Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Spouse, Registered Domestic Partner, & Dependent Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Short-Term Disability Coverage
Long-Term Disability Coverage
Auto/Home Insurance - Employees are eligible to obtain quality insurance coverage for car, home, and other personal property with special group rates through payroll deductions. The employee pays the full cost of the plan.
Hyatt Premier Legal Plan - Employees are eligible to obtain legal services, such as wills, real estate closings, and debt collection defense, from a local attorney affiliated with the Hyatt Premier Legal Plan. The employee pays the full cost of the plan.
Commuter Program - This plan offers a pre-tax benefit to various commuting options, including subway, train, light rail, bus, or parking fees (if you drive to and from work).
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) (Reimbursement Accounts) - Employees may elect to contribute to a reimbursement account to help pay for health-related expenses and/or dependent care expenses (child care/elder care) in a tax-effective way.
Capital Accumulation Plan (401(k), Profit-Sharing, and Match) - CDM makes an annual profit-sharing and match contribution to eligible employees' CDM Capital Accumulation Plan accounts based on the firm's financial performance. Employees may contribute to the 401(k) as soon as administratively possible after their date of hire. CDM will partially match employee 401(k) contributions as well as make profit-sharing contributions to eligible employees after 1 year of continuous employment.
Business Travel Insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Tuition Assistance - Reimbursement is made toward the cost of tuition for courses relevant to the employee's career development and the firm's business needs.
Recognition Awards - A variety of programs are in place to reward outstanding performance and contribution to the firm.