After a 2-year hiatus and the relaxation of certain mandatory social distancing requirements, the Certified Municipal Engineer (CME) Program will be offered for the 2022- 2023 cycle. The CME consists of a series of 10 seminars and workshops devoted to municipal engineering practice. This will range from sessions that are technical in focus, some that are administrative in focus, and some that have elements of both. This is done to reflect the diversity of our profession.

Instruction in the program is based on current municipal engineering practices. The Instructors, who volunteer their time, are drawn from the ranks of professionals who the NJMEI Board of Governors recognize as expert in their specialty to present current, practical engineering information.
The subject matter of the course will include both technical and administrative areas of municipal engineering practice in such areas as traffic engineering, roadway design, local public contracts law, the municipal land use law, personnel, storm water management, recreation design, construction safety and similar topics. Exact topic sequencing will vary depending on speaker availability and topic currency and will be supplied prior to the beginning of the sessions.

Any questions with respect to the program, can be emailed to John Wiggins at