Tag Archives: Water & Stormwater Management

Key Project Components:
– Site Inspection
– Feasibility Study
– Hydrologic/Hydraulic Analyses
– Oil-Water Separator Design
– Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
– Spill Prevention, Control & Countermeasure

Cinelli Scrap Metal Inc. | Jersey City, NJ Engineers
Cinelli Scrap Metal Inc., operates a metal scrap yard at 275 Broadway in Jersey City, New Jersey. The site consists of approximately 1.1 acres of flat, generally unpaved compacted gravel area. It is bounded by a redi mix concrete batch plant to the east, a trucking company to the.
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Brooklyn Bridge Park | Brooklyn, New York Engineering
The Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation (BBPDC) is responsible for the planning and construction of the Brooklyn Bridge Park. The approximately 85 acre project, consisting of piers, upland and in-water areas, stretches along approximately 1.3 miles of Brooklyn waterfront from the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges to Atlantic Ave. The.
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Former Maxwell House Coffee Industrial Site | Hoboken, New Jersey Engineers
E2PM has provided environmental services for this Brownfield Redevelopment Project, a 24 acre site on the Hudson River. The project includes 1.4 million square feet of class “A” residential and commercial space. E2PM staff prepared NJDEP submittals including: Preliminary Assessment (PA); Site Investigation (SI); Remedial Investigation (RI); Baseline Ecological.
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NJ Transit – Hoboken Yards True Wheel Building | Hoboken, New Jersey Engineering
E2PM has provided civil, geotechnical, structural, and environmental engineering services for the construction of the True Wheel Building project located within Hoboken Railroad Yards, Hoboken, New Jersey. The project involved dewatering of deep foundations situated in complex subsurface conditions in close proximity to the Long Slip Channel. The geotechnical and.
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Conceptual Design Prototype of Net Zero Energy Facility | Rockaway Township, NJ Engineering
Picatinny’s Demil and Environmental Technology Division is proposing to construct a prototype energy efficient building that will become a laboratory for innovative energy demand reduction technologies by demonstrating the holistic integration of building site selection, use of energy efficient materials, and renewable energy producing technologies. This initiative will advance.
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