• Mobile LiDAR Applications for Pavement Projects

    highway lidar scan
    Alexis Eades

    Why Mobile LiDAR is Ideal for Mapping Pavement Projects Whether you are changing traffic flow at an intersection or working on a highway, pavement projects involving roadway corridors require engineers to understand the features and conditions they are working with. Using Mobile LiDAR for mapping long roadway corridors and associated features is ideal because it ... Read More

  • Construction Project Strategies During COVID

    Pavement Roller
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Watch Now Montvale Borough Engineer Andrew R. Hipolit, PE, PP, CME, CFM, CPWM discusses construction project strategies during the COVID pandemic, including navigating through the current grant and permitting processes in New Jersey. Discover how the Governor’s Executive Orders have impacted municipal projects, grants, NJDEP permits and construction. Maser Webinar Series This article is part ... Read More

  • A Look at GIS: You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby!

    Desktop and handheld devices are compatible with GIS
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Discover and learn how a GIS program can help organize the management of key infrastructure assets! ... Read More

  • All Roads in Montvale Lead to Engineer Andy Hipolit

    Andy Hipolit Montvale Boro Engineer
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Join us on MyMontvaleTV as Borough Engineer Andrew Hipolit explains how capital improvement projects in town are allowed to move forward during the COVID pandemic. ...Read More ... Read More

  • Mobile LiDAR and its use for Curve Analysis

    Maraliese Beveridge

    Have you ever wondered who sets the traffic speed limit on a roadway curve sign? You know, the ones you see as you drive along a winding road or off-ramp with a speed advisory on it. It points the direction and posts a recommended speed usually somewhere between 10 and 35mph. To determine this speed, there's a science involved. Read ... 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