News & Press | February 10, 2022

An Alternative to Development

The 82-acres of environmentally sensitive land along Wardell Road in Tinton Falls, NJ was originally approved in 2005 with the intention of building 270 townhomes. Today, most of the land has been preserved and the new 4.5-acre Wardell Park is complete with playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, and pickleball courts. T&M assisted Tinton Falls Borough in the process from acquisition to the park opening.  The park has been well received by local residents who now have...

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News & Press | February 8, 2022

Cape May County’s Comprehensive Plan Approved

On January 20, the Cape May County Planning Board adopted its new Comprehensive Plan.  With the help of T&M, the Cape May County Planning Department embarked on an initiative to provide the Planning Board with a complete rewrite of the prior plan. The new Comprehensive Plan presents a clear vision with actionable goals and objectives that, through cooperation and collaboration with local and regional partners, will guide development and redevelopment practices to meet the needs...

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News & Press | February 7, 2022

The Future of Water: Six Topics to Watch in 2022

By: Shannon Markham, PENational Water Resources Practice Leader, T&M Associates It’s hard to escape — it’s constantly in the headlines and is certainly a hot topic amongst my colleagues. When it comes to water, whether it’s drinking water, wastewater, or the stormwater that rains from the sky, there is a lot to be concerned about. Between the ongoing global debate about climate change and extreme weather, and issues with lead and emerging contaminants in drinking...

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News & Press | February 1, 2022

Storm Water Solutions: Weathering the Infrastructure Storm

The Manavon Elementary School – Phoenixville Area Early Learning Center used to be a golf course before it was constructed with robust yet straightforward controls in 2017. Due to the school’s investments in stormwater resilience efforts, the facility escaped harm in the summer of 2021 when Hurricane Ida dropped 10 inches of stormwater at the site in seven hours, constituting a greater than 1 in 1,000-year storm, far exceeding the required 100-year storm design. Storms can...

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News & Press | January 29, 2022

On Top of the Environmental Firms List

T&M is proud to announce that the firm has placed #6 on the Top Environmental Engineering Firm list compiled by NJBIZ. Up one spot from last year. T&M’s environmental practice focuses on environmental assessments through remediation, environmental due diligence, regulatory compliance and permitting, landfill/solid waste management, brownfield redevelopment, industrial hygiene, air quality, water/wastewater, and health and safety. For subscribers, the complete list can be found in the January 31, 2022 NJBIZ edition.

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News & Press | January 27, 2022

Capital Analytics Associates’ Spotlight On: Gary Dahms

T&M’s president and chief executive officer, Gary Dahms interviewed with Capital Analytics Associates as part of their “Spotlight On” series.  Gary discussed the new T&M Associates Foundation, the company’s biggest successes in the past year, recruitment and talent retention strategies, and T&M’s outlook for the next three years.  Read the full article here.

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News & Press | January 14, 2022

T&M Receives Four Engineering Excellence Awards

ACEC-NJ named four T&M projects worthy of this distinguished honor: Noe Street Basin Drainage & All-Season Park, Carteret – Honor Award Wardell Park Improvements, Tinton Falls – Distinguished Engineer Award Reconstruction of Bridge R27, Monmouth County – Distinguished Engineer Award Improvements to Intersection SR34 & CR537, Monmouth County – Distinguished Engineer Award Congratulations to the project teams!

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