CIVIL SITE PLANS AND REGULATORY PERMITTING
PLANT MANAGEMENT COMPLEX UPGRADES
THE RICHARD STOCKTON COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY
Pomona, Galloway Township, Atlantic County, New Jersey
As the civil engineering consultant to SOSH Architects, Marathon Engineering & Environmental Services, Inc. (Marathon) developed construction plans and bid documents for the site work associated with upgrades and renovations to the Plant Management Complex at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (Stockton), commonly called Building 70. Site work included reconfiguration and expansion of the existing parking lot, stabilization of the plant management yard area, two new maintenance and storage garages, construction of a stormwater management infiltration basin, grading, utility connections, landscaping, and soil erosion and sediment control measures.
Regulatory Permitting included Public Development Approval from the Pinelands Commission, Construction Code Approval from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Certification of the Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Plan from the Cape-Atlantic Conservation District, and a General Stormwater Construction Permit (RFA) from NJDEP.
Client: SOSH Architects
1020 Atlantic Avenue
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
Mark Petrella, AIA (609) 345-5222
Period of Performance:
Jason T. Sciullo, PE
Tom Hart, PE
Rick Ricciardi, PP, AICP