MidAtlantic is performing the annual ocean outfall inspection for the Cape May County Municipal Utility Authority. The contract requires a representative from the client to be on-board the boat during the inspection. However, due to COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines, we are using zoom meetings to allow the client to have live direct access to the video and audio, from the safety of their home office. #inthistogether #JerseyStrong #backtowork
A few of us from MidAtlantic will be in NYC next week attending the New York Build Expo. Use the link below to get your free tickets! #newyorkbuild
Don’t miss your chance to attend the LinkedIn Networking Lounge at this year’s New York Build (March 3-4, Javits Center! Register for your free tickets to New York’s leading construction and design show at www.newyorkbuildexpo.com/linkedin-lounge-x5ol #NewYorkBuild
MidAtlantic’s Civil Engineering team was treated to a lunch and learn courtesy of Site Specific Design, Inc, manufacturer representatives for E/One Sewer Systems. The team learned about their design for a new low pressure sewer system which does not rely on gravity to carry the waste and therefore provides more options for siting and building, as well as system renovations.
MidAtlantic, in collaboration with Christ Care Baptist Church and Eastern Pacific Development, received approvals from Winslow Township for Phase III of the Winslow Cross Creek project, bringing 60 additional affordable housing units to this already thriving community. Construction is expected to begin in early 2020.
Last week, MidAtlantic received approvals from Hillsborough Township for an exciting, new multi-family housing development featuring 88 affordable housing units. The stormwater management design features unique bio-retention swales that provide green measures well beyond local and state requirements. #gogreen #greenbuilding #civilengineeringdesign
MidAtlantic’s Engineer-Dive team was on site recently at the PSE&G Bergen Generating Station performing a routine underwater inspection.
Earlier this week, MidAtlantic received approvals from the City of New Brunswick to redevelop a site with a new 5-story, 94-unit apartment building atop a subsurface parking structure. The site is located within walking distance to Saint Peter’s University Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Rutgers College Avenue Campus. This exciting project will provide new housing opportunities to all types of residents within the City.