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Municipal Harbor Reconstruction – Atlantic Highlands, NJ

The Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor is among the largest public marinas on the East Coast and serves the region as a prominent hub for ferry service into Manhattan. The existing Harbor was completely destroyed after Superstorm Sandy. Due to the importance to the local economy and the need to restore normalcy to the Bayshore region, the Borough was pressed to restore service to the Harbor as quickly as possible. T&M was responsible for the initial damage assessment, preparation of design documents and oversight of the $15 million project to rebuild the Harbor and incorporate a more storm-resilient floating dock system.

Today, the Harbor is fully restored and due to T&M’s efforts, up to 90% of the rebuilding cost will be reimbursed by FEMA.  “The Harbor looks great,” wrote Atlantic Highlands Council President, John Archibald, in a recent Atlantic Highlands Herald article. “The finished product is an upgrade from pre-Sandy and most boaters are thrilled with the new docks.”

Awards Recipient of:

  • 2014 Alliance for Action’s Distinguished Engineering Award
  • 2014 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) New Jersey Chapter – Engineering Excellence Award – Distinguished
  • 2013 Central Jersey Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers – Project of the Year
  • 2013 New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers (NJSME) – Project of the Year in the Municipal Construction Projects (Population under 20,000) category
  • 2013-2014 New Jersey Recreation and Park Association Excellence in Design Award

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