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T&M Newsletter – July 2020

July 9, 2020
News & Updates
JULY 2020
Life After the Storm
By: Jason Worth, PE, PP, CME
Group Manager – Municipal Practice
Since Superstorm Sandy devastated communities along the east coast, storm resilience and shoreline restoration have become top priorities for shore towns and low-lying areas. T&M’s Jason Worth discusses how living shorelines can be used to restore and protect these communities.
INDUSTRY
ROUNDUP
SUMMER’S FIRST ALGAE BLOOMS HIGHLIGHT NEED
FOR STORMWATER UTILITIES, ADVOCATES SAY
EPA AWARDS NEW JERSEY $84 MILLION FOR WATER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS
WASTE INDUSTRY FOCUSES ON PFAS STRATEGIES, RESEARCH AS LONG-TERM CONCERNS MOUNT
Form-Based Zoning & Reinventing Malls
in a Post-COVID World
By: Keith Lieberman, PE
Senior VP and Site Development Practice Leader
For many years, well before “coronavirus” became a household word, there was rampant speculation about the demise of American shopping malls and many big-box retailers. The economics and convenience of online commerce have forever changed the way people shop. The mall as we once knew it may be a thing of the past. But the spaces they once occupied can play a vibrant role in the future of our communities.
FACES
OF T&M
#ProjectUpdate: A lot of dirt hauling on Halls Mill Road in Freehold Township, NJ. The realignment of this dangerous intersection and adjacent roadways is taking form.
President and CEO Gary Dahms hosted a company-wide meeting to discuss the death of George Floyd and the deeply troubling issue of racial inequality and injustice.
We celebrated International Women in Engineering Day, by asking a few our professionals what it meant to them to be a woman in engineering and how they will #ShapeTheWorld.
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