Remembering Superstorm Sandy: 10 Years Later
During the late hours of Monday, October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy made landfall on the East Coast, bringing storm surges and flooding never seen before. Longstanding Jersey Shore landmarks were pulled into... ... Read More
Cow Key Earns 2022 FES Miami Award
After successful implementation of several first-time innovations, the City of Key West’s bridge rehabilitation and three-span replacement of the northbound and southbound bridges on US-1 over Cow Key Channel (Bridge Nos. 900086... ... Read More
What Actually Is… Bridges & Structures Deliverables
Bridges & Structures Deliverables? If you’re anything like I used to be, you probably don’t have tons of knowledge on what engineering firms produce. Like, we all understand that a cookie manufacturer... ... Read More
A Look at Our Latest Growth in Florida
Bolton Perez & Associates, Inc. (BPA) recently merged with Colliers Engineering & Design and is expanding its geographic presence. One of South Florida’s leading transportation engineering firms, BPA has been serving this region with excellence since 1997. ... Read More
Seaside Heights Gives a Whole New Meaning to Under the Boardwalk!
Welcome to Summer 2017 in Seaside Heights New Jersey! James Elliott, construction manager for Casino Beach Pier, LLC and Rich Maloney, the structural engineer for Maser Consulting have been on the job for over a year, re-thinking and re-building the new boardwalk and pier to accommodate the new Hydrus roller coaster. But more than just fixing the damage from SuperStorm Sandy, this project has given this tourist beach town a shot of hope for the renewal of revenue, commerce and just plain old fashioned entertainment provided by a dose of the Jersey Shore! Read how this project built more than just a roller coaster! ... Read More
Liberty State Park Terminal Re-Opens: Continued Wharf Reconstruction Won’t Interfere with Ferry Rides!
Jersey City's day-long Freedom & Fireworks Festival at Liberty State Park celebrated on Independence Day last week was a milestone in the history of the park as it also marked the reopening of the Park’s Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal (CRRNJ) that sustained severe damage from SuperStorm Sandy’s 11 ft. storm surge in 2012. The $20 million project to restore this iconic brick building has given it a new lease on life more than 125 years after the terminal was initially finished. ... Read More