News & Press | May 31, 2022

Don Di Zuzio Appointed to ASHE National Second Vice President

Don Di Zuzio, Senior Vice President and Transportation Practice Leader, has been unanimously approved for his nomination to Second Vice President and one of six Executive Committee members for the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE). Don’s nomination was made final and he was inducted at ASHE’s National Conference in Columbus, Ohio. The mission of ASHE is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and...

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News & Press | May 27, 2022

New Emergency Flood Hazard Area Regulations

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection held a limited stakeholder meeting on Wednesday, May 25th  to announce the adoption of the new emergency Flood Hazard Area (FHA) regulations associated with the NJ Protecting Against Climate Threats (NJPACT) rules.  The emergency rules are expected to be adopted and placed into effect mid-June and will have implications on many development projects throughout the State.  The rule has not been published and is currently undergoing internal DEP...

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News & Press | May 25, 2022

Gaudani & Di Zuzio Discuss The ABC Method in Roads & Bridges Magazine

Infrastructure improvements keep our communities safe, and they also create local jobs, generate positive environmental impacts, and are essential to improving real estate values and increasing access to communities. They can, however, also be expensive and time-consuming. A cost-effective and innovative solution is using the accelerated bridge construction (ABC) method, which reduces traffic disruptions, construction time, and weather-related time delays. In the article, T&M’s Don Di Zuzio, Transportation Practice Leader and Hiral Gaudani, Group Manager,...

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News & Press | May 18, 2022

T&M Ranks Top Midwest Regional Design Firm

We are proud to announce T&M has ranked #98 on ENR's Midwest Top Regional Design Firms List. Ranking is based on regional design-specific revenue. Thank you to our clients, colleagues and business partners that got us here.

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News & Press | May 17, 2022

NJBIZ Ranks T&M Top Engineering Firm

We are proud to announce T&M ranked #10 on NJBIZ’s list of Top Engineering Firms. The ranking is based on the number of New Jersey licensed engineers.  

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News & Press | May 16, 2022

T&M Receives Three Alliance for Action Distinguished Engineering Awards

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 National Park Borough PFAS project, The Club at Woodbridge project, and SR 34 & CR 537 Intersection Improvements and Reconstruction of 2 Bridges project. Congratulations to the project teams for...

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News & Press | May 9, 2022

Multifamily Project Wins First Place in Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best Real Estate Deals

Congratulations to BET Investments and the rest of the project team for our project ‘555 Flats’ receiving Philadelphia Business Journal’s (PBJ) first place award for Best Real Estate Deals in the Multifamily category. T&M was the engineering firm that provided civil design services, including improvements to the Horsham Power Line trail, for 555 Flats, a four-story, 256 unit apartment complex on 9.7 acres in Horsham Township, Pennsylvania. The trail connects residents to a local park...

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News & Press | May 5, 2022

T&M Ranked a Top Design Firm by ENR

We are proud to announce T&M has been ranked a Top 500 Design Firm, coming in at #269, by Engineering News Record (ENR). ENR’s ranking is based on total design revenue. Money from the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act has yet to reach most agencies, but design firms report being busy with value engineering projects up to the shovel-ready phase. Owners appear revved up and ready to take advantage of federal funding, needing...

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