• Remembering Superstorm Sandy: 10 Years Later

    Rollercoaster in ocean because of Superstorm sandy
    Skylyr VanDerveer

    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

  • Field of Dreams

    Alexis Eades

    The vision for the fully accessible recreation facility known as the Field of Dreams was conceived by a family whose young son sustained severe brain trauma from a serious car accident which... ... Read More

  • NJDEP Green Infrastructure Regs to Affect Land Development

    stormwater system

    Executive Order 100 In 2020, New Jersey Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 100, a sweeping Energy Master Plan to protect against the threat of climate change. This plan was developed partially in... ... Read More

  • Lake Carasaljo: Keeping Stormwater Runoff at Bay

    Alexis Eades

    A coworker here at Maser once told me that we don’t just fix problems, we fix problems and then make it pretty. A recent project in New Jersey, the Brick Township MUA Lake Carasaljo Stormwater Improvements, is the perfect example of this. ... Read More

  • Much Ado About Fort Monmouth

    Site Plan for Fort Monmouth Redevelopment
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Fort Monmouth, a once bustling Army installation consisting of over 1,126 acres, is nestled within the communities of Eatontown, Oceanport, and Tinton Falls, New Jersey. Initially designed as a self-contained community, today there are only remnants of services and businesses still active along the main thoroughfare. Since the base officially closed in 2011, there has been much ado over its fate. ... Read More

  • Seminar Sparks Rethinking Curve Number Rainfall-Runoff Method

    Maraliese Beveridge

    The USDA NRCS Curve Number Method (CN Method) is an application used to provide guidance to design engineers in calculating single event rainfall-runoff volumes that was originally developed in the mid-1950s for agricultural uplands and overland flow. Over time, the CN Method has become entrenched with governmental agencies and private entities dealing with hydrology and embedded in flood control, environmental impact, and sediment-erosion modeling methodologies... ... Read More