• My Name is SUE

    SUE rendering
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Subsurface Utility Engineering: Finding Hidden Infrastructure Beneath the ground, subsurface utilities weave intricate pathways of water, electric, sewer, gas, drainage, and communication lines. But even with the most vigilant maintenance programs, the eventual repair or replacement of these subterranean utilities is inevitable. So, while above ground infrastructure has the advantage of visual inspection, what about ... Read More

  • Liberty State Park Terminal Re-Opens: Continued Wharf Reconstruction Won’t Interfere with Ferry Rides!

    Maraliese Beveridge

    Jersey City's day-long Freedom & Fireworks Festival at Liberty State Park celebrated on Independence Day last week was a milestone in the history of the park as it also marked the reopening of the Park’s Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal (CRRNJ) that sustained severe damage from SuperStorm Sandy’s 11 ft. storm surge in 2012. The $20 million project to restore this iconic brick building has given it a new lease on life more than 125 years after the terminal was initially finished. ... Read More

  • Municipalities Unite at the 2015 NJSLOM Conference & NJSME Awards

    Maser Consulting

    In New Jersey, the largest municipal event by far is heralded in by the NJ State League of Municipalities’ (NJSLOM) Annual Conference held within the casinos of Atlantic City, NJ. This 3-day long event is filled with handshaking, info-booths, making friends, enjoying the festivities, developing business contacts and a chance to compare notes with any one of the 565 municipalities ... Read More

  • Environmental Update with Bob Zelley, PG, LSRP

    Robert Zelley, PG, LSRP

    GUIDANCE FOR CONTAMINATED SITE OWNERS The purpose of this entry is to provide regulatory guidance for a Responsible Party of a contaminated site located in New Jersey. The following describes the requirements for project oversight and the retention of a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) as required by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). According ... Read More