ACT Engineers Projects
ACT prepared a Storm Water Management Master Plan for the residential campus of the Princeton Theological Seminary for the redevelopment of the 65 acre site. Topographic surveying and mapping of underground utilities, regulated wetlands, and DRCC buffers were prepared for … View Project
This Brownfield project involved the redevelopment of a former municipal landfill into a community asset. Through creative planning and continue coordination with Township officials and State regulators, ACT has successfully navigated this project to construction (on-going). With a targeted in … View Project
Public Involvement has been the key to this successful project linking two shore communities. Outreach activities began several years prior to construction to address multiple issues surrounding the deteriorating link between Ocean City and Somers Point New Jersey. Interest groups … View Project
ACT Engineers led the Public Participation for the Alternative Analysis which included segments of the Atlantic City Expressway, Routes 42 and 55, Interstates 676 and 76 and downtown Camden and Center City Philadelphia. The selected alternative allows buses to travel … View Project
As part of the Rehabilitation team, ACT Engineers was responsible for topographic survey, base mapping, wetland delineation, stake-out, permitting and coordination with multiple stakeholders and regulatory agencies throughout the rehabilitation and Concept Study process.
This project involves the restoration of original construction depth of 10.5 miles of the Delaware and Raritan Canal in Franklin Township, Somerset County to support on-going drinking water demand. ACT Engineers, Inc. as part of the Design Team, established the … View Project
This project involved the development of 100 space parking lot expansion on an existing site and the redevelopment of the Storm Water Management strategies to utilize Best Management Practices. The design goals included meeting the pending Phase II storm water … View Project
Approximately 2.5 miles of new 60 inch diameter water Main was installed during this project. The project involved the crossing of two streams and coordination with local and State officials regarding bank stabilization and restoration techniques. ACT coordinated with adjoining … View Project
ACT Engineers developed the site plan portion of this project for the renovation/construction of seven library facilities within Mercer County. Coordination with the development team, community members and regulatory agencies assisted in the successful execution of this project.
ACT Engineers coordinated multiple regulatory approvals while designing this new 4 building complex which encompassed 300,000 sf of Class A office space. Both the Bureau of Land Use Regulation and the Bureau of Site Remediation had oversight of this complex … View Project