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NJSPE to Honor T&M for Professional Development

May 26, 2017

The New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers (NJSPE) has selected T&M to receive their 2017 Professional Development Award based on the company’s programs to provide an enriching employee experience and cultivate the next generation of engineering professionals. T&M will be honored along with other awardees at the “Celebration of NJ Professional Engineers” Awards and Installation Reception at the Mercer Oaks Golf Club in West Windsor, NJ on June 15th.

T&M’s Commitment to Our Employees

While T&M continuously evolves, our dedication to offering an exciting and rewarding career experience will never waiver. Since our company was founded 50 years ago, our people have been our greatest asset. We staff every project with a team of seasoned leaders, specialized experts and the industry’s top emerging talent whose combined knowledge and expertise achieves our clients’ goals.

Working at T&M demands a certain kind of professional—one who thrives in a team environment, exhibits a noteworthy level of dedication and who chooses T&M because our culture rewards accomplishment and our work makes the world a better place. That’s how we make our promises and commitments real.

About the NJSPE

The New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers (NJSPE) is a not-for-profit professional association dedicated to Professional Engineers who live and/or work in New Jersey or those engineering graduates on the licensure path. The overarching goals of NJSPE is to safeguard and enhance the value of the Professional Engineer license in New Jersey; to provide educational opportunities for NJSPE members – and others, as appropriate – by which they can maintain and improve professional skills, highest ethical standards, and related business and leadership capabilities; and to achieve a positive net membership and a financially viable status for the association.

The NJSPE Awards were established to honor individuals and firms for achievements in the practice and profession of engineering. It is important that we recognize those who have given the best for the advancement of the profession, and to society as a whole.