MidAtlantic was recently at Penn’s Landing Boast Basin in Philadelphia, PA to perform a due diligence condition assessment of the low-level pile supported platforms. The team enjoyed the added value of having the historic vessels, USS Bucuna and USS Olympia, as their office backdrop for the day.
MidAtlantic recently participated in obtaining approvals for expansion of a local medical office. We are proud of our efforts in working with small businesses and enjoy seeing improvements and upgrades come to fruition. Looking forward to seeing this site be built in Hamilton, NJ.
Phase I of this exciting project, which we proudly partnered on with Pennrose, will include a four-story, 51-unit apartment building, nine three-bedroom townhomes, and on-site supportive services. These units will serve as new affordable housing as part of the Sharswood/Blumberg Choice Neighborhood Initiative Housing Plan. To read more about this important project, click the link below:
MidAtlantic continues to perform in the ongoing hot northeast warehouse market. We recently obtained approval for an efficient site layout with ample loading bays and trailer storage surrounding a 368,000 SF warehouse. The new center will have great highway access. We look forward to seeing the facility go to construction.
MidAtlantic Engineering Partners is growing! Our survey department is adding the following positions:
Project Manager – Applicants should be familiar with Leica Infinity processing, Civil 3D, boundary analysis, and UAV flight processing. Have good communication skills for client interaction. A license in land surveying would be beneficial, yet not necessary to apply.
Survey Technician – Applicants should be familiar with Civil 3D, surface editing and a basic understanding of preparing a survey map/plan.
Crew Chief – Applicants should be familiar with Carlson and Leica data collectors. Have a broad understating of boundary and topographic survey work and construction stake-out routines.
Interested applicants can send a resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
MidAtlantic is excited to be part of the next great redevelopment phase in Harrison NJ. This past August, the Town of Harrison approved plans for this 26 story mixed use buildings adjacent to the PATH station on Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard as well as a second 17 story building. Both will house state-of-the-art automated parking structures. Check out this great video from Utron Parking: https://youtu.be/G_wOOmlx4WE
MidAtlantic, working together with Inglese Architecture & Engineering, recently received Final Site Plan approval for our client, RPM Development on a project in Trenton. The site will consist a mixed-use building with both residential and commercial space.