Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. has announced Cassie Reiter, PE, ENV SP as the firm’s Quality of Place Practice Lead. Over the course of her 23-year career with CMT, Cassie has built an impressive portfolio of accomplishments, from her work as project manager on the award-winning Georgia Street Revitalization in Indianapolis ahead of Super Bowl XLVI to her leadership on a collaborative effort to renew a major corridor through Ferguson, Missouri.
“In addition to her deep industry knowledge and technical expertise, Cassie possesses a unique ability to lead the delivery of infrastructure solutions that maximize social, economic, and environmental good in the communities we serve,” says CMT CEO Dan Meckes. “Over the years, she has played a pivotal role in driving transformative change for our clients as well as our firm. We are thrilled to have her at the helm of our Quality of Place practice and look forward to her continued success in this new role.”
With CMT since 1998, Cassie has served in roles including project manager and senior transportation engineer. Over the past dozen years, her focus has been on the integration of engineering with planning and other disciplines to envision and deliver on projects that revitalize streets, neighborhoods, and communities.
“I really love that area where the discipline of civil engineering merges with the creative realm of placemaking, sustainability, revitalization, and quality of life objectives,” she says.
Cassie is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure, Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS) Indianapolis, the American Society of Civil Engineers, ACEC Indiana, and Accelerating Indiana Municipalities (AIM). In 2019, she was honored as the inaugural recipient of the WTS of Greater Indianapolis Woman of the Year award.