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T&M Receives Three Alliance for Action Distinguished Engineering Awards

May 16, 2022

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 the recognition of your hard work!

The National Park Borough PFAS Project
National Park Borough was notified that routine testing of a water sample resulted in levels of Perfluorononanoic Acid (PFNA) above drinking water standards. The Borough contracted T&M to complete a feasibility study for upgrading the water treatment equipment to remove the PFAS chemicals and help secure project financing. With all design work and permitting now complete, construction on this important project is scheduled to begin in mid-May of 2022. T&M’s work to remove contaminates will improve water for over 3,000 residents.

The Club at Woodbridge Project
The Township purchased The Club at Woodbridge through the Recreation Utility which is funded from user fees and other monies secured from the township’s Community Center and recreational programs.

The Club at Woodbridge Sports and Fitness Center has been a huge economic driver for the Township. The Club features a dedicated childcare facility, a fitness center, badminton and racquetball courts, an indoor saltwater pool, sports programs and a sports turf field used for basketball, soccer, cheerleading and summer camp programs. The 111,000-square-foot facility offers amenities for all ages and abilities.

SR 34 & CR 537 Intersection Improvements and Reconstruction of 2 Bridges Project
Improvements were urgently needed due to unending congestion and two antiquated bridges leading up to the SR 34 and CR 537 intersection in Colts Neck, NJ. Monmouth County in conjunction with the NJDOT, selected T&M to provide construction inspection and contract administration services for improvements to the intersection.

This $17.7M federally funded multi-phase project would take three years to complete and included widening SR 34 and CR 537; installation of a new state-of-the-art NJDOT Traffic Signal; and replacement of two bridges. In addition, the improvements included retaining walls, bio-retention basins, curbs, sidewalks, ADA Ramps, driveway aprons, bicycle compatible lanes, and landscaping treatments.