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Office Complex
Offices at Mallard Creek –Traditional and Medical Offices
Route 130 and Fairbrook Drive, Florence Township, Burlington County, NJ
JEA has been retained to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of a new, two-story 25,720 s.f. office building to be utilized for conventional and medical office space adjacent to an existing Roma Bank branch on the property. The project involves the construction of the new office building; parking expansion; reconfiguration of driveways to provide shared access and parking with the existing Roma Bank branch; storm-water collection/management/ conveyance system improvements; extensive landscaping; new parking lot & security lighting; and utility extensions. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; environmental impact statement; site improvement plans; utility/drainage/ landscaping/lighting/stormwater management system design; Planning Board testimony; and land development approvals.

Oak Tree Commons at Bordentown Office Complex
Route 130, Bordentown Township, Burlington Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Mr. David Schiavone to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of a new, two-story 25,000 s.f. office building and integration of site improvements with an existing Enterprise Rental Car facility which is to remain at the site. The project involves the demolition of an existing dwelling/tree nursery office and the construction of the new office building, parking reconfiguration to permit shared access and parking with the existing Enterprise Rental Car facility, storm-water collection/management/conveyance system, wet pond (for aesthetics and stormwater management), extensive landscaping, lighting, and utility extensions. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; geotechnical investigation; community impact statement; traffic study; site improvement plans; utility/drainage/ landscaping/lighting/stormwater management system design; roadway improvements and NJDOT permitting; Planning Board testimony; and land development approvals. Construction of this project is anticipated to commence in the Summer of 2009.

Gardner Funeral Home
Black Horse Pike, Borough of Runnemede, Camden Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Gardner Funeral Home to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the preparation of a conceptual site development plan for a proposed expansion of the existing funeral home and expansion of its parking lot. The conceptual site development plan involved the demolition of an existing single family dwelling and garage and the construction of an 8,000 s.f. building addition, expansion of the parking lot, and reconfiguration of the access driveways. For this project, JEA was responsible for the creation of a base plan utilizing aerial photography, preparation of a conceptual site development plan; review of redevelopment ordinances; and presentation to the Borough Planning Board as part of conceptual review.

Park Ranger’s Office at Bull’s Island State Park
State of New Jersey Department of Construction and Property Management
Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, NJ
Teal S. Jefferis, PE, while under previous employment, served as Principal Engineer and worked with Studio Tagland Architects, of Harvey Cedars, NJ, to provide to the State of New Jersey, surveying and civil engineering design and construction management services associated with the construction of a new Park Ranger’s Office at the Bull’s Island Recreational Area on the Delaware River in Hunterdon County, NJ.

For this project, Mr. Jefferis was responsible for managing the completion of an existing condition survey and preparation of conceptual planning, site engineering design, design development documentation, construction documentation, specifications, utility connection and service design, septic system design, permitting, and construction oversight. Mr. Jefferis also attended project design and progress meetings with the State, reviewing agencies, and design team.


Retail / Restaurant
“ALSTARZ” Sports Bar & Restaurant
Mastoris Diner, Bordentown Township, Burlington Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Mr. Alex Mastoris to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of a new, 9,000 s.f. sports bar & restaurant at the site of the Mastoris Diner in Bordentown, NJ. The project involves the construction of the new sports bar/restaurant (250 seats), parking reconfiguration & expansion, storm-water collection/management/conveyance system, wet pond (for aesthetics and stormwater management), extensive landscaping, lighting, utilities extensions, and utilization of traffic calming devices. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; geotechnical investigation; wetland delineation; wetland permitting; community impact statement; traffic study; site improvement plans; utility/drainage/ landscaping/lighting/stormwater management system design; roadway improvements and NJDOT permitting; Planning Board testimony; and land development approvals (NJDEP/NJDOT/County/ local). JEA has also been retained by the Client to provide bid and construction phase administration services. Construction of this project is anticipated to be completed in the fall of 2006.

Advance Auto Parts Store
(Site Feasibility Investigation)
Route 130 & Beacon Street, Pennsauken Township, Camden County, NJ
JEA has been retained by the Primax Properties, LLC., a developer of Advance Auto Parts stores, to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the due diligence phase investigation for the proposed construction of a new 7,000 s.f. retail store in Pennsauken Township, NJ. For this project, JEA was responsible for preparation of an ALTA/ACSM property survey, Site Feasibility Investigation, Conceptual Site Plan, and Conceptual/Preliminary Grading & Drainage Plan; and investigation of an existing, underground retention/infiltration stormwater management system. In the preparation of the Site Feasibility Study, JEA evaluated zoning ordinances, NJDOT access requirements, utility connection feasibility/fees, requirements for parking/loading/landscape buffers/lighting/trash//fire access/etc., permitting requirements, permitting time frames and estimated costs for land development approvals.

Farnsworth Avenue Redevelopment Plan
(Commercial Redevelopment)
Route 130 and Farnsworth Avenue Bordentown Township, Burlington Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Chancellor Development Group to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the preparation of a conceptual site development plan for a proposed commercial redevelopment plan being presented to the Township for consideration. The Redevelopment Plan involved the proposed demolition of existing residential structures and the construction of a 12,000 s.f. drugstore and 5,000 s.f. office building to compliment an existing McDonald’s Restaurant which is to remain, while accommodating future expansion of access roadways to connect to potential additional redevelopment of adjacent parcels. For this project, JEA was responsible for conducting a thorough zoning analysis; preparation of a conceptual site development plan and rendered version of the plan; assisting the project’s Planner with the preparation of a Redevelopment Plan for the Township consideration; and corresponding with the Township’s Department of Community Development.


Medical Office
Dental Office
Dr. Thomas Helwig
Franklinville-Swedesboro Rd., South Harrison Township, Gloucester County, NJ
JEA has been retained by the Dr. Thomas Helwig, D.M.D. to provide site/civil engineering services associated with obtaining land development approvals for the conversion of an existing dwelling into a dental office. The project consisted of 2,800 s.f +/- building conversion and construction of a stone parking lot, stormwater management system, landscaping, and parking lot lighting. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; soils testing/ percolation tests; site improvement plans; drainage/landscape/lighting design; Planning Board testimony; and land development approvals. The office is anticipated to be open in the fall/winter of 2007.

Proposed Veterinary Clinic
Clayton Veterinary Associates –Veterinary Clinic
Delsea Drive, Clayton Borough, Gloucester Co., NJ
JEA was retained by the Clayton Veterinary Associates to provide land planning and civil engineering services associated with the construction of a new veterinarian clinic at their existing facility in Clayton, NJ. JEA had provided preliminary site planning and engineering design services for the facility prior to the owner’s decision to cease pursuit of land development approvals.

Tri-County Animal Emergency Hospital
Kings Highway, Woolwich Township, Gloucester County, NJ
JEA has been retained by the Swedesboro Animal Hospital to provide land planning and civil engineering services associated with the expansion of the existing veterinarian clinic and retail animal supply store. The expansion will enable the facility to serve as a 24 hour emergency animal hospital, expand the size of the retail supply store, and provide onsite, temporary sleeping quarters for doctors and staff that are on call. The project consists of 5,000 s.f +/- building expansion; reconfiguration & expansion of the parking lot; relocation & expansion of the septic system; new stormwater management system (including water quality control measures); landscaping; and new parking/security lighting. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; geotechnical investigation; percolation tests; traffic study; environmental impact statement; community impact statement; Phase I Environmental Site Assessment; site improvement plans; roadway improvement plans; utility/drainage/lighting design; Planning Board testimony; and land development approvals.

Dr. Thomas Helwig
Franklinville-Swedesboro Rd., South Harrison Township, Gloucester County, NJ
JEA has been retained by the Dr. Thomas Helwig, D.M.D. to provide site/civil engineering services associated with obtaining land development approvals for the conversion of an existing dwelling into a dental office. The project consisted of 2,800 s.f +/- building conversion and construction of a stone parking lot, stormwater management system, landscaping, and parking lot lighting. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; soils testing/ percolation tests; site improvement plans; drainage/landscape/lighting design; Planning Board testimony; and land development approvals. The office is anticipated to be open in the fall/winter of 2007.


Industrial/Warehousing
Pennsylvania American Water
West Johnson Highway, Norristown, PA
JEA has been retained to provide civil engineering and consulting services for investigating poor drainage conditions at the PAAW administration and operation center in Norristown. For this project, JEA was responsible for the preparation of an existing conditions survey, evaluation of drainage conditions, and the preparation of a report outlining an analysis of the findings, identification of areas in need of remedial work, and recommendations for improvements.

New Jersey American Water Works- Proposed Operations Office
Industrial Drive & East 6th Avenue; Hamilton Township, NJ
JEA was retained by J.F. McKernan Architects and Associates to provide site/civil engineering services for the preparation of a site improvement plans associated with the proposed lease and renovation of an existing facility into a regional Operations Office. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; site improvement plans; grading/drainage and stormwater management design; lighting/landscaping design, soil erosion/sediment control design plans, and meeting attendance. The plans were prepared for land development approvals; however, the project was terminated by NJAW prior to receipt of land development approvals and permits.

Verizon Wireless Regional Headquarters- Emergency Generator
Neshaminy Interplex, Trevose, PA
JEA was retained to provide site/civil engineering services for the preparation of a site improvement plans associated with the installation of an emergency generator at the facility. Services included coordination of existing conditions survey, preparation of site improvement plans, drainage & landscaping design, and assistance with acquisition of land development approvals.

Wakefern Foods Distribution Center- Emergency Generator
S. Davidson Road; South Brunswick, NJ
JEA was retained as part of a design/build team to provide site/civil engineering services for the preparation of a site improvement plans associated with the installation of an emergency generator in the truck loading area at the facility. Services included coordination of on utility markout by private utility locating firm, existing conditions survey, preparation of site improvement plans, and assistance with acquisition of land development approvals.

New Jersey American Water Works- Emergency Generator
Grove Street; Haddon Township, NJ
JEA was retained to provide site/civil engineering services for the preparation of a site improvement plans associated with the installation of an emergency generator at the facility. Services included coordination of on utility markout by private utility locating firm, existing conditions survey, preparation of site improvement plans, Planning Board testimony, and assistance with acquisition of land development approvals.

Truck Garage, Office and Residence
“M&M Trucking”
Monmouth Road, Eastampton Township, Burlington Co., NJ
JEA was retained to provide site/civil engineering design services associated with the demolition of existing residence and the construction of a 6,000 s.f. truck garage with office space and residential dwelling. The site improvements including construction of truck & employee parking areas, utility upgrades, stormwater management facilities, lighting, landscaping, and fencing. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; site improvement plans; civil design services; roadway improvements, and land use permitting.

American Honda Distribution Facility
Gaither Drive, Mt. Laurel Township, Burlington Co., NJ
JEA was retained to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of access and parking modifications as part of the facility’s security upgrades. The project involves the re-alignment and extension of delivery truck access roadway with security guard house; isolation and re-alignment of employee parking access roadway, reconfiguration of employee parking area; expansion of truck parking & staging areas; storm-water collection/management/ conveyance system; landscaping; site/security lighting; replacement of fence with specialized security fencing; and utility extensions. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; site improvement plans; utility/drainage/ landscaping/lighting/ stormwater management system design; roadway improvements.

Trucking Terminal Parking Lot Expansion
New England Motor Freight (NEMF)
Winding Road; Bethpage, Long Island, NY
JEA was retained by New England Motor Freight to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the preparation of a preliminary site development plans for a proposed expansion of the existing trucking terminal. As part of these services, JEA coordinated survey and geotechnical engineering services and provided civil engineering design services associated with the asphalt pavement expansion, retaining wall structure, and drainage improvements. The expansion of the parking lot was to extend under existing high voltage overhead wires, for which JEA coordinated design efforts extensively and in conjunction with Long Island Power Authority.

Trailer Shop Building Addition
New England Motor Freight (NEMF)
North Avenue East; City of Elizabeth, NJ
JEA was retained by New England Motor Freight to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of a 5,100 s.f. building expansion to the trucking terminal’s trailer repair shop. As part of these services, JEA provided and coordinated survey, structural, and geotechnical engineering services, and civil engineering design services associated with the building foundation design, parking lot modifications, and drainage improvements. The construction of the trailer shop addition was completed in the Spring of 2005.

Clean Tex Services
Pennington Avenue at Reservoir Street, City of Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ
JEA was retained to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the renovation of an existing industrial/warehouse building into an institutional laundry facility that cleans and processes laundry from nursing homes, hospitals, assisted living, and other similar facilities. This redevelopment project included the renovation of approximately 37,000 s.f. of the existing 89,000 s.f. building, construction of a 3-door loading dock, expansion and reconfiguration of the parking area, construction of an additional entrance, utility upgrades, lighting, landscaping, and fencing. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of a property survey; site improvement plans; utility/drainage/ landscaping/lighting/ stormwater management system design; roadway improvements, and land use permitting, which included utility services approvals from the City and the N.J.D.E.P. for Treatment Works Approval, NJPDES Significant Industrial User Permit, Simplified Water Main Extension, and Physical Connection Permit. Construction is anticipated to start in the fall of 2009.

R.E. Pierson Construction Co. - Concrete Plant
Winslow Township, NJ
JEA was retained by R.E. Pierson Construction Company to provide site/civil engineering services for the preparation of a detailed analysis of the existing stormwater management system to evaluate the system’s capacity to accommodate additional stormwater runoff, determine if the system complies with current design standards, and provide recommendations for necessary modifications to the collection system and stormwater management basin.


Commercial & Residential: Mixed
“Dunkin Donuts” Restaurant
At Bottom Dollar Foods Shopping Center,
Route 130, Bordentown Township, Burlington County, NJ
JEA has been retained to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of a new Dunkin Donuts restaurant as a pad site at the recently renovated Bottom Dollar Foods shopping center facility in Bordentown Township, NJ. The proposed site improvements include a 1,750 s.f. building with drive-thru lane, reconfiguration of the parking lot; new utility services; additional decorative landscaping and lighting; installation of curbed landscaped islands; and decorative screen wall. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of site improvement plans; utility/drainage/ landscaping design; preparation of Environmental Impact and Community Impact Statements; and land development approvals. Construction is anticipated to commence in the fall/winter of 2013.

“Bottom Dollar Foods” & Retail Space
Route 130, Bordentown Township, Burlington County, NJ
JEA has been retained to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the renovation of a former Acme grocery store to accommodate a new Bottom Dollar Foods grocery store and individual retail tenant space. The existing 30,000 s.f. building is proposed to be divided into individual tenant space and renovated with interior and exterior improvements. In addition to building renovation, the proposed improvements included the reconfiguration of the parking lot, elimination of a driveway, installation of a new stormwater collection and conveyance systems, new sanitary sewer lateral connections & grease trap; extensive street, buffering, and decorative landscaping; new parking/security lighting, installation of curbed landscaped islands, and new site identification signage. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion and preparation of site improvement plans; utility/drainage/landscaping design; preparation of Environmental Impact and Community Impact Statements; Planning Board testimony; and land development approvals. Approvals were obtained in the summer of 2011 and construction is anticipated in the fall of 2011.

Phoenix Redevelopment Plan
(Mixed Use Commercial & Residential Redevelopment)
S. Burlington Road and Pamphylia Road; City of Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Sherwood Forest Homes to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the preparation of a conceptual site development plan for a proposed mixed use residential/commercial redevelopment plan on a 65+/- acre tract identified as the Phoenix Redevelopment Plan. This tract consists of approximately 300 parcels which are partially occupied by residential homes and a church, while the remaining portions are undeveloped and wooded or meadow areas. The Redevelopment Plan proposes the construction of a 100-room hotel, restaurant, 25,000 s.f. office building, 10,000 s.f. of retail space, and approximately 150 single family residential townhouse style dwellings. For this project, JEA was responsible for the creation of a base plan utilizing aerial photography, preparation of a conceptual site development plan; review of redevelopment ordinances; and meeting with the City and its professional consultants.

Belmont Ridge
(Mixed Use Development)
Fayette Street, City of Bridgeton; Cumberland Co., NJ
JEA was retained by a private property developer to provide site/civil engineering services for feasibility/conceptual phase services associated with the proposed mixed use subdivision on the site of a 74 acre +/- former fairgrounds facility. The proposed subdivision will consist of 204 residential lots (106 single family detached dwellings and 98 townshouse dwellings) and approximately 37,000 s.f. of retail and commercial space. JEA assisted the client and its professional team in developing, presenting, and obtaining approval for an overlay ordinance for the City of Bridgeton which would enable such type of traditional neighborhood developments in the City. Additionally, JEA was responsible for completion of a wetland delineation and Letter of Interpretation for verification of wetland delineation, environmental permit applicability evaluation, and preparation of conceptual subdivision/site plans. Currently, JEA was preparing to proceed with site design/engineering services and preparation of documents for land development approvals.

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