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Proposed Soccer Field Complex/Turf Farm
"Mid-Atlantic Soccer Showcase League"
Birmingham Road, Pemberton Township, Burlington Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Mid-Atlantic Soccer Showcase League to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of a soccer field complex/turf farm on this 120 acre +/- agricultural tract. The project proposed to convert the existing agricultural tract into a turf farm that would also serve as multiple soccer fields/complex for the Mid-Atlantic Soccer Showcase League, which hosts soccer tournaments for teams from numerous States across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States region. Proposed site improvements consisted of construction of 20 soccer fields; grading modifications; construction of parking area, perimeter access roadway, and stormwater management areas; renovation of existing structures; and numerous temporary structures (tents, portable bathrooms, etc.). For this project, JEA was responsible for completion of a wetland delineation; preparation of conceptual site plans and Zoning Exhibit; Planning/Zoning Board testimony for acquisition of a use variance; research NJDEP permitting requirements, and coordination with the Township Engineer.

Proposed Soccer Field Complex/Turf Farm
"Mid-Atlantic Soccer Showcase League"
Bustleton Road, Florence Township, Burlington Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Mid-Atlantic Soccer Showcase League to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the construction of a soccer field complex/turf farm on this 150 acre +/- agricultural tract. The project proposed to convert the existing agricultural tract into a turf farm that would also serve as multiple soccer fields/complex for the Mid-Atlantic Soccer Showcase League, which hosts soccer tournaments for teams from numerous States across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States region. Proposed site improvements consisted of 126,000 s.f. building to house indoor soccer fields, offices, and concessions; a 20,000 s.f. storage building; construction of 26 soccer fields; grading modifications; construction of parking area, perimeter access roadway with parking along it, and stormwater management areas; and numerous temporary structures (tents, portable bathrooms, etc.). For this project, JEA was responsible for preparation of conceptual site plans; research NJDEP permitting requirements; and evaluation of existing irrigation well capacity.

Track, Athletic Fields & Stadium Replacement
Woodbury High School
City of Woodbury, Gloucester Co., NJ
JEA was retained by Radey Associates Architects, on behalf of the Woodbury School System, to provide site/civil engineering services associated with the replacement/construction of a new track, athletic fields, stadium, and parking lot at the Woodbury High School in Woodbury, N.J. The project involved the construction of a new 8-lane synthetic running track, track events (high & long/triple jump, pole vault, shot put, and discus), sod athletic fields (football, soccer, field hockey fields and practice football field areas), concrete stadium structure, hillside stabilization and retaining wall structures, parking lot reconstruction and reconfiguration, storm-water collection/treatment/conveyance system, replacement of a stormwater outfall structure within the Woodbury Creek, and re-vegetation/landscaping design. For this project, JEA was responsible for completion the property survey; geotechnical investigation; wetland delineation/permitting; NJDEP and Army Corp of Engineer permitting; civil/site and structural engineering design and documentation; stormwater management design; specifications, and land development approvals (NJDEP/Army Corp of Engineers/County/ local). JEA is currently assisting the School with bid and construction phase administration services. This $5 million construction project is anticipated to be completed by the fall of 2007.

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