MidAtlantic Engineering worked successfully with the school and design team providing civil engineering, surveying, and permitting services in support of the 28,000 SF School of Nursing Building, a two- level 90 space parking garage and rooftop garden. The School of Nursing is located at the intersection of Calhoun and State Street in the City of Trenton, bound on the south by State Highway 29. MidAtlantic worked closely with the Project Team, NJDOT and The City of Trenton to provide solutions that would minimize impacts to both vehicular as well as pedestrian traffic.
Quogue Dam is a Class III dam located along a tributary to Ballinger’s Run, in the Borough of Medford Lakes, NJ. The dam serves as impoundment and provides flow regulation for Ballinger’s Run. Quogue Dam overtopped in the 2004 flooding of Medford Lakes and was structurally compromised. MidAtlantic Engineering was retained to design and permit the reconstruction of Quogue Dam.
MidAtlantic Engineering provided technical guidance and provided Site Civil designs for the permitting and approval of a new American Legion building where the prior single story building was damaged by Superstorm Sandy. The new facility incorporates meeting and event space, along with supportive residential units dedicated to homeless veterans. MidAtlantic was proud to support the team in this patriotic endeavor.
MidAtlantic Engineering was engaged for civil engineering, surveying and permitting services to develop a 5-acre property in Bergen County. The new community will contain 120 units of affordable rental housing for seniors.
MidAtlantic Engineering was contracted by DeBartolo Development to provide technical guidance along with Site Civil & permitting services for the approval of two Blocks within the Riverbend mixed-use residential project. The project, totaling 634 units adjacent to the RedBull Stadium, also includes a community park along the Passaic River, designed by MidAtlantic for inclusion within the proposed Redevelopment.
In addition, MidAtlantic assisted with obtaining $5M in grant funding for the project. Structured parking is provided both beneath the building and between residential pods. Work is ongoing for the remaining blocks within the Riverbend project area.
MidAtlantic Engineering was engaged for civil engineering and permitting services to redesign the former Point Pleasant Hospital project which provided 74 residential apartments within five buildings including both basement and surface parking. MidAtlantic revised the site design to condense the site into four buildings, provide for surface parking, and to increase the size of the amenity and pool area.
HIPRA is coming & MidAtlantic is looking forward to helping HIPRA through the development process!