4th Annual Youth Day! 

YSB Game Kids 28/26/2015: Help us send local kids to see Penn State play! For the 4th year, we are spearheading a ticket drive for the Youth Service Bureau’s Big Brother/Sister program and group homes. We’ve already purchased 50 tickets and hope you will consider helping us collect 50 more.

Read more here about how to help, and please pass the word!

  • 4/11/2014: Stahl Sheaffer Engineering is currently hiring in all of our office locations. Visit our Careers page to learn more about available positions, which include bridge designers and engineers, geotechnical lab technician, transportation designers and engineers, and building structural engineers.
  • 4/11/2014: Stahl Sheaffer Engineering welcomes a new employee to our team. Alyssa Packer joins our State College office as a Marketing Assistant. Alyssa previously worked for Penn State’s Office of Physical Plant at University Park and Harrisburg campuses. 
  • 4/1/2014: Stahl Sheaffer Engineering is proud to be selected as a finalist for the 2014 Governor’s ImPAct Awards in the “Jobs First Award” category. The Bucknell Small Business Development Center, a key resource for the firm’s principals, nominated the firm for this prestigious program.
  • 3/26/2014: Stahl Sheaffer is pleased to welcome new employees this week. Troy Morder joins our Transportation Department in State College as a Technician. Lisa Swalina joins our Accounting Department as a Staff Accountant. We are seeking additional job candidates, including Civil Engineers/Transportation in Pittsburgh PA and Cambridge OH, and Civil Engineering Designers in Pittsburgh PA and Cambridge OH.  Visit our Careers page for position information.
  • 3/14/2014:Stahl Sheaffer is happy to announce the addition of Paul McClellan to our Transportation Department as a Project Manager, based in State College. Paul graduated from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown with a degree in Civil Engineering Technology. He has extensive transportation engineering experience with municipal clients and oil and gas companies. He also worked for PennDOT District 2 for more than 10 years, where his responsibilities included design, project management, and roadway maintenance.

Stahl Sheaffer Engineering awarded Clearwater Community Conservation Commendation

State College, PA, November 22, 2013

Clearwater Communicy Conservation Commendation 2013We are very proud to be recognized by this outstanding organization for our contributions to the design and permitting of the Musser Gap Greenway. This recreational trail will provide a safe connection for pedestrians and bicyclists between Penn State campus and Musser Gap, a gateway to Rothrock State Forest. We are honored to work with the Conservancy and to be part of this project that will be such a valuable asset to the community. Read more…

Stahl Sheaffer Helps Raise Money for Howard Fire Department by Chunkin’ Pumpkins

State College, PA, October 21, 2013

The Stahl Sheaffer trebuchet was not only part of the attraction at the Howard Fall Festival, it was part of the overall collaboration with the Howard Fire Company to raise a significant portion of the company’s budget. This year’s festival drew approximately 25,000 people to Bald Eagle State Park. Next stop – the World Champion Punkin Chunkin Competition in Delaware.

SSE Welcomes New Structural Engineering Manager

State College, PA, October 10, 2013

BrumbergStahl Sheaffer welcomes  our new structural engineering manager Peter Brumberg! Pete, a Penn State graduate, brings more than 13 years of experience to Stahl Sheaffer in the design of structural systems for new construction and renovations with a focus on the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM).

Stahl Sheaffer Principals Present on Key Industry Topics

Sheaffer 2Jeff Sheaffer, PE, co-presented with PSU representatives on Worker Safety issues at the upcoming Keystone Association of Physical Plant Administrators (KAPPA) conference in Altoona, October 23.

FayishAaron Fayish, PE, PTOE, presented Stahl Sheaffer’s innovative tools to analyze, track, and report roadway conditions at the Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference (OTEC) conference and the EnerGIS Conference.  

  • 8/19/2013: Stahl Sheaffer Engineering is hosting an event to support the Centre County Youth Service Bureau, a non-profit organization focused on youth services since 1967. HELP US SEND KIDS TO SEE PSU PLAY KENT STATE.
  • 8/1/2013: Stahl Sheaffer is pleased to announce the addition of Greg Stewart, EIT as a Designer in our Transportation Department.  Greg is a graduate of Widener University with a degree in Civil Engineering.
  • 6/25/2013: SSE is pleased to announce the addition of Sam G. Hoy, Jr. to our construction inspection team. Sam joins us as a TCI for the SEDA-COG Joint Rail Authority – South Avis Realty Industrial Access Road  Construction Inspection project in Avis, PA.  Sam lives in Mill Hall.  He has worked as a construction inspector for over 12 years for another firm that had many PennDOT projects. Sam holds his NECET, NICET Bituminous certification as well as a PennDOT concrete technician.
  • 6/1/2013: Stahl Sheaffer Engineering has recently added seven new employees to its transportation engineering department. Jason Stouffer, Jordan Frey, and Devin Lansberry, EIT, have earned degrees in civil engineering and will serve as designers. Luke Miller, who also holds his EIT, is joining Stahl Sheaffer as an intern. In the McMurray office, Ray Yost comes onboard as a TCI-3 construction inspector; Dave Corden joins as a construction manager with NICET Level IV and NECEPT certifications, and Brian Wilson brings an associate’s degree in drafting to serve as a CADD technician. This expansion is necessary to support ongoing roadway engineering and maintenance due to shale gas traffic, and a new construction inspection and bridge reconstruction job with the PA Turnpike at mileposts 125 to 134 in Bedford and Somerset Counties.
  • 3/26/2013:  Stahl Sheaffer Engineering named Business of the Year by the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce. At the annual meeting and awards ceremony this month, the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated with 230 of its members at Front Street Station in Northumberland. The Business of the Year Award was presented to Stahl Sheaffer Engineering, LLC. “The Business of the Year Award is given to a business that has more than 75 employees and is an example of professional growth, excellence and commitment in the Susquehanna Valley.”
  • 2/25/2013: Stahl Sheaffer Engineering  has been named a Top 100 Organization by the editorial board of Pennsylvania Business Central Magazine and is profiled in the Feb. 22 issue. A record number of nominations were taken from throughout the publication’s 20-county coverage area with more than 65,000 eligible candidates. The final honorees were businesses that achieved a level of excellence and had a positive impact on the region in 2012, according to David N. Wells, magazine publisher. Congratulations to all of the winners!
  • 1/29/2013: Congratulations to one of our founders and principals! Jeffery Sheaffer, P.E.,was selected as one of the Top 100 People for 2012 by PA Business Central. Jeff has BS in Civil Engineering from The Johns Hopkins University and is a NBIS Certified Bridge Safety Inspector. He is a member of COAA, APPA, ASCE, AIA, ASHE, ACEC, and the ASI.  Jeff is personally involved in three chambers and many local organizations, and he is an active coach and sponsor for youth sports.

Stahl Sheaffer Engineering Expands Transportation Department

State College, PA, January 4, 2013

Stahl Sheaffer Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of two new full-time employees in our transportation department. James Kerins joins our McMurray office as a designer. He is a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Civil Engineering. He served as an intern with PennDOT District 11-0.  Brandon Cohenour, who has been employed with SSE in a temporary role since March, now joins the transportation team as a full-time technician in the State College office. This expansion reflects the continuing growth of SSE’s transportation services in Pittsburgh and State College.