The Barnegat lighthouse, colloquially known as “Old Barney”, serves as a beacon of light to guide mariners home from a long passage at sea or a summer time ritual destination for visitors to Long Beach Island, NJ. MidAtlantic Engineering provided drone survey services to our client. HMR Architects is performing a detailed survey to restore the lighthouse to New Jersey Historical Preservation standards. As we sail into Labor Day weekend may the light shine bright and all stay healthy.
The MidAtlantic environmental team recently supervised the removal of this 4,000-gallon capacity, double-walled, fiberglass underground storage tank that was used to store diesel fuel for an emergency generator at a local hospital. Upon removal of the UST, MidAtlantic conducted the Site Investigation required by the Tech Regs for the eventual RAO.
We hope everyone enjoys the holiday weekend! Here is a shot of Lady Liberty, taken by our Waterfront Services team from the deck of the MidAtlantic dive operations vessel.
MidAtlantic recently installed vapor monitoring points in an apartment building. The points are used to verify that the installed sub-slab depressurization system is functioning properly to protect residents from potentially harmful contaminated vapors. #midatlantic #environmental #engineer #healthandsafety #siteremediation #LSRP
MidAtlantic is excited to announce that Andrew Fulton, has joined the MidAtlantic Team. Andrew is a highly skilled professional engineer diver bringing over 8 years of experience in topside and underwater bridge inspections. He also has extensive experience in waterfront facility condition assessments. His experience spans from performing complex inspections on bridges like the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (William Prescott Lane Memorial Bridge) to performing ASCE 130 compliant waterfront inspections on army installations such as MOTCO and MOTSU (Military Ocean Terminal Concord and Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point, respectively). Welcome to MidAtlantic, Andrew! #EngineerDiver #MidAtlantic #underwater #engineering
MidAtlantic is proud to announce that Melanie Aroniss, one of our EITs, has passed her professional engineering exam earning her the title of Licensed Professional Engineer! Melanie started with MidAtlantic in 2019 and is a valuable member of our Site/Civil team. We are very proud of you Melanie! Congratulations on your success!
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.