T&M Takes Home Three Distinguished Engineering Awards

October 13, 2023

The New Jersey Alliance for Action’s Distinguished Engineering Award program honors the truly special elite of Garden State engineering projects. These works have a significant and extraordinary impact on the state’s economy and environment. T&M is honored to receive three Distinguished Engineering Awards for our Mystic Beach and Parkertown Beach Replenishment & Stabilization; Albany, French, and Easton Intersection Improvements; and Keansburg Pavilion projects. Congratulations to the project teams!

Mystic Beach and Parkertown Beach Replenishment & Stabilization
Mystic and Parkertown Beaches are two of Little Egg Harbor’s marquee public beach access areas. Both beaches have suffered significant erosion due to storms and currents. The project goal was to restore the beaches to the 1977 shorelines, improve habitats, protect upland areas, and reduce future erosion. T&M performed coastal engineering, living shoreline design, environmental permitting, project management, and inspections for the construction of stone jetties and breakwaters, sand replenishment and grading, bulkhead wall construction, stormwater management improvements, parking lot upgrades, and restoration.

Albany, French, and Easton Intersection Improvements
In anticipation of the ​massive ​redevelopment project at the site of the former Ferren Mall, the County needed improvements made to a busy 3-legged intersection. T&M was responsible for the design of traffic signal and intersection improvements at this heavily utilized intersection located in the heart of New Brunswick. The intersection is used as a training location for people with visual impairments by the Joseph Kohn Training Center which is a part of the NJ Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Input from the training center was solicited in the design of the ADA facilities proposed at the intersection. 

Keansburg Beach Pavilion
As the municipal engineers for the Borough of Keansburg, NJ, T&M provided the design, permitting, and construction support for the construction of the 37’x40′ pavilion which includes restrooms, a concession stand, storage for rentals of beach amenities, and an outdoor shower area. Various practices were involved in the design of this project – municipal, site development, environmental, electrical & automation, water, transportation, and MEP.