At a recent employer event, the staff of McMahon Associates, a transportation engineering and planning firm, completed a team-building challenge that resulted in the donation of ten children’s bicycles to the Early Head Start at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). 

The McMahon employees of the mid-Atlantic regional offices recently held their annual, regional planning meeting in Lafayette Hill, PA. As part of a team-building exercise, the employees were tasked to assemble ten children’s bicycles. Casey Moore, P.E., vice president and mid-Atlantic regional manager stated “McMahon is proud to continue charitable support to CHOP.  Our employees worked as a unit to support this amazing hospital and the services it provides to help children in our area.”

Established in 1855, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the world’s largest and oldest hospitals devoted exclusively to the care of children. The hospital has fostered medical discoveries and innovations that have improved pediatric healthcare and saved countless children’s lives. CHOP has been ranked as the best children’s hospital in the United States by U.S. News World Report andParents Magazine.

McMahon Associates’ mid-Atlantic offices are located in Fort Washington (corporate headquarters), Exton, Camp Hill, Lehigh Valley, and Pittsburgh, PA; Yardville, NJ; and Bowie, MD and employ 85 staff of the company’s 120 full-time employees.  The firm also has three offices in Florida and three in the New England region (Massachusetts and Rhode Island). McMahon’s primary services include transportation planning/traffic studies, traffic signal and ITS design and permitting, highway design and permitting, bridge design and inspection, transit planning, expert witness testimony, land surveying, geographic information systems and software development, IT infrastructure consulting, and construction services for public and private clients. For more information, visit to