• Oakwood Park Becomes Hybrid Turf Field

    Alexis Eades

    The Transformation to a Hybrid Turf Field So, picture this. It’s the early spring of 2016 in New Providence, NJ. You’re a kid rushing home from school to play soccer with your friends at the local park. But when you get there, you’re bummed to find the park is closed! It rained a few days ago, ... Read More

  • Hydro-Raking Demarest Pond

    View of Demarest Pond
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Sometimes, you come across a project shot that is just so pretty you have to share it! This is Demarest Pond in the Borough of Demarest, NJ, and it just received a Project of the Year Honor Award from the NJ Society of Municipal Engineers in the Municipal Management Project category. This hidden gem is ... Read More

  • The Power of Flowers!

    Garden
    Maraliese Beveridge

    As Mother’s Day officially heralds-in the notion of flowers, it also triggers us into motion in the yard! But before going flower-crazy, a little bit of planning goes a long way in helping you make the best choices. Here is some general advice from our Director of Landscape Architecture, Raymond Liotta, LLA, PP, AICP, to point your green thumb in the right direction! ... Read More

  • NJ Municipalities Gather for 102nd Annual Conference

    Maser Consulting at NJSLOM Conference
    Maraliese Beveridge

    It’s Just Not Fall in New Jersey Until the Mayors Come to Town! As an engineering firm with a large municipal clientele, the annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities (NJSLOM) conference always seems to herald-in the fall season. What’s intriguing is that all 565 municipalities in the state are League members! Meeting and greeting ... Read More

  • NJ Water Quality Accountability Act

    Susan Brasefield

    Are You Ready? The recent enactment of the Water Quality Accountability Act (N.J.S.A. 58:31-1 et seq.) has established new requirements for purveyors of public water in New Jersey to improve the safety, reliability, and administrative oversight of water infrastructure. Municipalities that own and operate a potable water system with more than 500 service connections will ... Read More

  • Belleville, Howell & Rahway Approved for Green Acres Grants

    Green Acres Grants Image
    Maser Consulting

    Last week, the Christie Administration announced the Garden State Preservation Trust’s approval of nearly $81 million in funding for projects that will improve parks, conserve open space and enhance land for public enjoyment. These projects were recommended for approval through the Department of Environmental Protection’s Green Acres Program, and among them were three initiatives our ... Read More