Tag: New Jersey

P3 statute expected to boost New Jersey infrastructure

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law Senate Bill No. 865, establishing a Public-Private Partnership (P3) program to allow for the repair, restoration and improvement of New Jersey’s infrastructure.

Cozy Lake Road Bridge Receives New Jersey Concrete Award

Dewberry announced that the Cozy Lake Road bridge replacement project in Morris County, N.J., was awarded a New Jersey Concrete Award by the New Jersey Concrete and Aggregate Association and the New Jersey Chapter of the American Concrete Institute.

McLaren Engineering expands to Bergen County, N.J.

McLaren Engineering Group announced that it will expand to Bergen County, N.J., in August 2018. McLaren signed a 12-year lease on a 57,000-square-foot Class A building at 530 Chestnut Ridge Road in Woodcliff Lake, which has the capacity for over 250 employees.

Three STV projects win honors in New Jersey

STV’s contributions to the Central Railroad of New Jersey’s terminal restoration and flood resiliency design program, construction management of the reuse of Camden Bank for Rowan University, and emergency repairs of the Delaware River Turnpike Bridge (jointly submitted by STV and HNTB), all received Distinguished Engineering Awards from the New Jersey Alliance for Action.

H2M architects + engineers conducts Project Management Training Program

Almost every year since 1996 H2M has offered an intense Project Management Training Program for employees.  The manager of the employee must nominate potential candidates in any of H2M’s eight locations for the program.  Upon acceptance, the candidates go through an intensive year-long program in 24 sessions.

On five-year anniversary, Army Corps continues Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts

It’s been five years since Hurricane Sandy made history as the largest Atlantic hurricane on record when it made landfall near Brigantine, N.J., on Oct. 29, 2012. With wind gusts in excess of 75 miles per hour and storm surge that inundated much of the New York and New Jersey coasts, the storm killed more than 100 Americans and caused more than $50 billion in damages.

Louis Berger launches Berger Charitable Foundation

Louis Berger launched the Berger Charitable Foundation, a non-profit private corporation committed to managing, supporting and expanding the company’s educational, scientific and other philanthropic activities.

Revitalizing Newark: One Theater Square tops off

The Harman Group, a firm specializing in structural engineering and parking planning and design, announced that One Theater Square, a mixed-use residential tower, has topped off.

Rutgers offers course on advanced stormwater management

Rutgers University Office of Continuing Professional Education is offering Understanding Advanced Stormwater Management Techniques on October 23, 2017. This course focuses on the proper design, construction and maintenance of various green infrastructure stormwater BMPs.
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