• “Sunny” Advice from a Young Engineer

    Sunny Mullen
    Maraliese Beveridge

    “Set achievable goals and make a plan to reach them”, explained Erica “Sunny” Mullen, PE, M.ASCE, one of our young project engineers during an interview with ASCE Civil Engineer Magazine’s Editor in Chief, Laurie A. Shuster.  Sunny had the distinction of being featured in the September issue of Civil Engineering magazine’s newest department, Next Step. ... Read More

  • Rising High in Philly!

    Maraliese Beveridge

    I recently came across this neat, little living map of Philadelphia courtesy of philly.curbed that is tracking high-rise development and redevelopment projects across the City! ... Read More

  • Maser Consulting & LDDI: Partners in Real Time Education

    Maraliese Beveridge

    The LDDI is a collaborative effort of the Via Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech with industry practitioners. The program’s primary objectives include improving land development design education; increasing student awareness of land development design as a career path; and increasing interaction between practitioners and undergraduate civil engineering students at Virginia Tech. ... Read More

  • Site Remediation: LSRP 101

    Robert Zelley, PG, LSRP

    It’s no secret that when a NJ property requires remediation, it can get complicated. As a responsible party you need to be informed of the process enough to make educated decisions, and that starts with selecting a NJ Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) who you can rely upon to help keep your project moving forward without ... Read More

  • Seminar Sparks Rethinking Curve Number Rainfall-Runoff Method

    Maraliese Beveridge

    The USDA NRCS Curve Number Method (CN Method) is an application used to provide guidance to design engineers in calculating single event rainfall-runoff volumes that was originally developed in the mid-1950s for agricultural uplands and overland flow. Over time, the CN Method has become entrenched with governmental agencies and private entities dealing with hydrology and embedded in flood control, environmental impact, and sediment-erosion modeling methodologies... ... Read More

  • Greetings from The Asbury Hotel!

    Mallory Reardon

    The Asbury, the first hotel to open in the City of Asbury Park in over 50 years, began business in May 2016. This new venue has residents and visitors alike feeling that substantive change is underway in Asbury Park. Located just one block from the seaside City’s famous boardwalk, the hotel features a sunlit lobby; music-themed bar; outdoor pool and beer garden; and 5,500 SF of indoor/outdoor meeting and event space. The building’s rooftop hosts a garden with ocean views; the 4,300 SF Baronet Theater with Astroturf field and a 20-ft tall screen for movie viewing; and a 4,000 SF cocktail lounge. ... Read More