Since the Firm’s inception, Cameron Engineering has received numerous awards for excellence in planning and engineering.

2021 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Diamond

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Featured Award

Ronkonkoma Hub Sanitary Pump Station and Force Main Piping

The County engaged Cameron Engineering to initiate the design of a 2.3 MGD Pump Stations and associated force main and gravity piping for the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) called the Ronkonkoma Hub. Cameron Engineering designed a new sewage Pump Station and Force Main to transfer the wastewater generated by the TOD to the County’s sewage collection system that flows to the Bergen Point Sewage Treatment Plant. The closest connection point was located seven miles away.  This required a 5.5-mile dual force main and a 1.5-mile gravity interceptor.

What seemed like an impossible task turned out to be an ingenious way to provide sewer services to a growing TOD in the heart of Long Island. The initial design provided for jacking of a larger diameter ductile iron pipe to serve as a conduit/casing for the section of the two force main pipes passing under the headwaters of the Connetquot River an environmentally sensitive location. Due to a significant change (rise) in groundwater elevation at this location, it was determined that significant dewatering would need to occur to provide the lower groundwater levels necessary for stable working conditions for the excavation required for the installation of the force mains.

The creative solution determined by County, Contractor and the Firm’s representatives included the “open cut” installation of the force main piping within a concrete encasement through this area; design of a groundwater dewatering system to discharge to both the adjacent Lakeland County Park and to the completed downstream force mains to allow conveyance to the Bergen Point STP. The dewatering operation was required to provide for real time monitoring of the dewatering flow and turbidity concentrations to protect the downstream historic trout fish hatchery.

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2021 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Featured Award

Wellbridge Addiction Treatment and Research Center

The 96-acre Wellbridge campus is a groundbreaking research and addiction treatment center established on the principles that the treatment of addiction, like any chronic disease, must be based on scientific evidence, directed by evolving needs of the patient, delivered in an environment that fosters well-being and compassionate care, and informed by the promise to continually advance.

Cameron Engineering’s scope of work initiated with the master planning of the entire Wellbridge campus. With a development program defined and conceptual architectural building footprints provided, a site master plan was formulated with critical engineering tasks focused on the overall development footprint, siting of the campus buildings, vehicular access, circulation and parking management, utility infrastructure demands, stormwater management approach, and open space amenity layout.

Optimizing “low impact development” (LID) strategies including compact development footprint, development within previously disturbed areas of the property, and use of natural topography and green infrastructure techniques to manage stormwater runoff.  Irrigation water usage reduced by over 80% with native grasses not requiring irrigation and limited managed landscape areas.

A compact campus layout within the previously cleared and disturbed area of the 96-acre property to maximize the preservation of native woodlands and grasslands. Approximately 75% of the property (72-acres) will remain undisturbed and approximately 53% of the property (51-acres) will remain natural woodlands, grasslands and wetlands.

Wellbridge exemplifies how integral the engineering profession is to be contributing to a such an important social cause, while advancing economic growth in an environmentally sustainable manner.  Wellbridge has brought immediate accolades to the engineering profession as publicly documented by the medical and science community, local civic leaders, business leaders and elected officials.

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2021 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Featured Award

FDNY Training Academy Wharf Restoration

Cameron Engineering provided structural engineering design service for the project which involved rehabilitating and partially reconstructing the FDNY existing concrete-encased steel wharf located at the FDNY Training Academy on Randall’s Island. The wharf is primarily used as a Fire Rescue Boat docking and launching location for water rescues or emergency events. It is secondarily used as a Marine Rescue training area, for materials and equipment deployment, and Hazmat and land-to-ship firefighting training.

The original asphalt was installed directly over the concrete slab without deck waterproofing allowing water, salt, and chemical intrusion.  Our innovative design incorporated a liquid-applied, state-of-the-art, bridge deck waterproofing membrane applied to the top of the concrete structure that could be utilized to “flash” the deck, surrounding structures and walkways as well providing a flexible and seamless contiguous system that would prevent potential water infiltration.

The original steel and wooden slat stairs were replaced with aluminum framing with fiber reinforced plastic stair treads and railings. All steel fasteners and support structures were hot-dipped galvanized or aluminum and received a high-performance multi-layer coating system. All new concrete repairs and installations used a high-strength fly ash mix design with intrinsic corrosion inhibiting admixtures.

The design utilized new fender and bollard materials, jacketed the existing caissons, incorporated a new cathodic protection system, removed all sacrificial wood products and ensured all fasteners and support structures were additionally coated with marine grade corrosion resistance products to ensure the wharf system does not readily deteriorate in a saltwater environment. All materials utilized were marine-environment friendly and proven not to negatively impact the surrounding wildlife.  The restoration now allows FDNY marine vessels to dock, train and dispatch for emergency operations. FDNY marine vessels have not been able to dock or utilize the structure since 2012.

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2021 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Featured Award

Renovations at The Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan

As Engineer of Record, Cameron Engineering provided the design of mechanical, electrical, information technology and audiovisual systems for the renovation of the 7th floor auditorium and build-out.  The 7th floor fit-out included upgraded power for the audiovisual components including video conferencing, speakers and the modification of the existing mechanical distribution as well as other support areas.

The space is equipped with state-of-the-art Audio/Visual and Lighting Control system. When the motorized shades are raised, the lights will dim automatically to an energy efficient and occupant friendly level by Photosensors placed on the ceilings. There are touch-screen control panels spaced strategically throughout the project site. The AV system has partition sensors for the operable walls that can detect when the room is fully open or when it is closed off.

The public will enjoy the overhead and cove accent lighting in the meditation space as well as the enhanced controls to give the occupants optimal thermal comfort.  Users will appreciate that the panels reduce the acoustical reverberation and emissivity from one room to the other.

One of the problems of the site was that the 7th floor has impressive floor-to-ceiling windows allowing a large amount of sunlight to adversely affect the area.  Motorized shades were incorporated into the design to allow for near instant mitigation of the sun. When the motorized shades are raised, the lights will dim automatically to an energy efficient and occupant friendly level by Photosensors placed on the ceilings.

The project uses a fully integrated AV system with adaptive inputs from the partition sensors, daylight controls, touch screens and more to provide a wholistic experience for the operator. The overhead and cove accent lighting in the meditation space is both daylit controlled as well as dimmable, to allow the ambiance to be fitting for the activities which will occur within.

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2020 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Featured Award

Loeb Boathouse Phase I Improvements at Central Park

Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, New York required renovation due to the wear and tear that comes with being on the water, aging, and heavy traffic.  Working with the City Parks Department and Landmarks Commission, Cameron Engineering provided structural engineering for the installation of a 113 linear-foot NanaWall and designed a handicap lift to make the entire building accessible.

The original wall was on a bottom track, meaning that the whole existing wall rode on a track, along the floor, like a sliding door.  The existing flooring material and the existing wall was worn and did not really provide proper sealing and insulation to the outdoor weather. Cameron Engineering’s structural engineers composed a structural NanaWall System design to allow this 113-foot wall of windows to hang off the existing ceiling structure without limiting viewing area or lowering the ceiling.  The NanaWall hung from that structural system, allowing removal of the original floor track.  When the NanaWall was opened, the entire wall was opened to the lake providing a completely unobstructed view, with no floor track, no vertical columns, essentially, no vertical limits on the viewing area.

Facing the lake at the Boathouse, the glass panels of the NanaWall system provide an expansive view, enabling restaurant-goers and staff a visual connection with nature. When the system is open, the visual and physical elements are enhanced.  The benefits are two-fold by naturally ventilating the space while allowing customers to enjoy the sights and sounds of Central Park.

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2020 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Featured Award

Cedar Creek WWTP Effluent Screening

The County of Nassau’s Cedar Creek Water Pollution Control Plant (Plant) having a design capacity of 72 MGD serves over 500,000 residents and businesses.  A key component of the Plant is the reuse of treated effluent. This project involved the upgrade of the existing effluent polishing and reuse system to improve the overall quality of the recycled effluent that is used in critical Plant processing and facility equipment. The creative use of a bypass pumping system using secondary effluent while the Project was being constructed saved the County over a $1M in potable water fees.

Key units that use recycled effluent include main Plant engine/generators, HVAC, solids thickening & dewatering operations. Project included replacement of 33 gate valves with actuators, strainers, electrical systems, MCCs, outfall/tidal pump drives, and chlorination facilities.

Cameron Engineering was the lead design engineer for the Project.  Systems involved with the Project included the demolition of existing screening units that were replaced with an innovative strainers.  Replacement of effluent reuse pumps and valves, new Electrical Room and Motor Control Centers, and effluent disinfection equipment.  The firm also provided Design Services During Construction.

Use of secondary effluent withdrawn directly from secondary clarifiers and piped into effluent recycle network via bypass pumping system allowed the effluent reuse system to feed all the critical systems throughout the project. Reuse of treated effluent conserves valuable groundwater resources by reducing the use of treated potable water.  Reuse of treated wastewater reduces the overall amount of effluent discharged to the environment while preserving groundwater resources for future generations.  Reusing treated wastewater effluent is a sustainable action.

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2020 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Featured Award

Complete Building Renovation – Local 14 Operating Engineer’s Headquarters

The International Union of Operating Engineer’s (IUOE) Local 14-14B purchased a new building located on Northern Blvd. in Flushing, NY. This new location, formerly owned by Flushing Savings Bank for over 50 years, was built in 1962 and had very few modern upgrades to the building, though the building over the years had gone through many different additions and modifications.  Before relocating, the client wanted to enhance and expand the current building at the property.  IUOE, working with their Architect, hired Cameron Engineering to provide a complete interior gut renovation to the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection (M/E/P/FP) and civil engineering systems. Civil engineering services were provided to enhance the outside of the building as well.

One simple, yet important application for the project was the installation of all new triple glass windows and complete insulation throughout the building. Investing in this first step immediately reduced noise and improved the insulation of hot and cold air. In providing new windows and insulation, the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system would be a very efficient system.

A unique added feature that was built into the design, and appreciated by the owners, was a new gate entry system utilizing automobile EZPass-type technology for private entry of executive board members and Union associates from Northern Blvd.

Recognizing the need for modern, up-to-date energy conservation, addressing the design of energy-efficient building envelopes and installation of energy-efficient mechanical, lighting and power systems throughout the building while emphasizing performance, all M/E/P/FP engineering services were designed to code for energy efficiency.  The building contains provisions for lighting controls including occupant sensor controls, daylight response controls and time-based switch controls.  The building was designed to exceed the 2018 IECC (International Energy Conservation Code).

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2020 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Featured Award

Town of Hempstead – Inwood and North Lawrence Zoning Initiative

The Town of Hempstead’s vision was to create vibrant walkable hamlet centers, with a distinctive sense of place, around the Inwood and Lawrence train stations with mixed-use development and housing choices in a sustainable approach to improve quality of life for residents and surrounding communities.  The new zoning code breaks the mold from the decades-old traditional Euclidean zoning code. The hybrid “form-based code” comprises:

• Transit Oriented Development: replace incompatible industrial uses with street level retail, restaurant, office, amenity space and 4-stories of multi-family above

• Neighborhood Business Overlay: ground-floor retail, business and office use with two-stories of multi-family above

• Townhouse/Row House Overlay: new housing choices within residential neighborhoods

The code employs a range of incentives to reduce vehicle usage (parking management, car share, LIRR ticket reimbursement, real-time transit data kiosks, electric car charging, bicycle parking), enhance sustainable design (LEED certification, solar/PV, green roofs, streetscape), and promote diversity (workforce/affordable housing). Completing the environmental review as part of the rezoning, a dedicated infrastructure fund and an expedited approval process eliminate many of the roadblocks that often discourage or delay redevelopment.

Cameron Engineering’s engineering and planning process associated with the Zoning Initiative will enable and incentivize smart growth development around both stations improving the quality of life for residents, neighboring communities and the region. Residents and key stakeholders of both communities, the Town and County widely supported the initiative as being responsive, progressive, innovative and transformative. This successful TOD initiative provides a blueprint for other communities.

The project embodied the vision and resulted in adoption of a smart growth-based zoning code to enable transformative change. The full build-out projection at 10 years will replace derelict areas and provide for approximately 1,560 residential units and 120,000 square feet of commercial space.

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2019 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Featured Award

Copiague Commons

Copiague Commons represents the implementation of a transformative downtown transit oriented multi-family residential development in the hamlet of Copiague, Town of Babylon, New York.

The project was executed as a partnership between the Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI) and Conifer Realty, LLC with New York State, Suffolk County and the Town of Babylon providing financial assistance to enable the 100% affordable residential community. Blighted light industrial buildings were demolished and the 2-acre site prepared for the redevelopment of the transit-oriented project.

Cameron Engineering provided civil/site engineering services, transportation/traffic engineering and landscape architectural services through all phases of the project implementation.  Additionally, the firm provided construction management services associated with utility infrastructure scope of work and Railroad Avenue right-of-way improvements.

The design formulation, engineering coordination and construction execution of the Copiague Commons project epitomizes the positive quality of life impact that innovative engineering applications can provide to a community.  Smart growth principals of transit-oriented development and compact  building and site design creating a vibrant and walkable neighborhood in the hamlet center with less dependence on the automobile and increased mobility with the public transportation options.

Compact site design, parking management, streetscape design and sustainable storm water management collectively contributed to the creation of a vibrant and walkable multi-family TOD residential community spurring the revitalization of the downtown hamlet.   The 100% affordable multi-family TOD residential community is an ideal example of a successful public-private collaboration and investment that has responded to the need for quality affordable housing and how a single project can be instrumental as a catalyst for economic investment for the hamlet revitalization efforts.

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2019 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Featured Award

Infrastructure Upgrades to 1407 Broadway

Originally built in 1952, the building at 1407 Broadway, in the heart of New York City, has 44 stories and approximately 1.1 million square feet with floor plates ranging from 13,700 sf to 55,000 sf, including street-level retail facilities.  The building and workspaces have been repositioned with new mechanical, electrical, fire protection and plumbing systems and exciting capital improvements that were recently completed.

To ensure functionality and sustainability, the repositioning of the building required complete replacement of M/E/P/FP systems and modifications to structural components consistent with the redefined uses of the interior spaces. Extensive design coordination met the rigid constraints and limitations of the 1952 building structure.

Overcoming the challenges associated with working in an occupied building while creating value for our client was key.  The repositioning of the building required redesign/replacement of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems consistent with the redefined uses of the interior spaces. Extensive coordination was required as the functionality of the systems was incorporated into the architect’s aesthetic vision.  The building is served by various different types of HVAC systems controlled by a Building Management System (BMS). Some systems were re-used with minor ductwork and diffuser modifications to accommodate the client’s new floor plan and space use needs. The new high-efficient model HVAC systems were strategically zoned to provide optimum operation and occupant comfort. This approach greatly aided in maintaining the project budget and operating expense.

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2019 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Featured Award

Effluent Dechlorination at Long Beach WWTP

The City of Long Beach owns and operates a secondary treatment wastewater treatment plant (WWTP).  Chlorine is utilized for disinfection of the WWTP effluent. Residual chlorine in WWTP effluent is toxic to marine environments with potential adverse effects to aquatic life. NYS Department of Environmental Conservation had recently modified the City’s WWTP State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit to reflect reduction of residual chlorine from 2.0 mg/L to ≤0.5 mg/L. To achieve this, the disinfection process needed modification to include dechlorination.

Chlorination/Dechlorination (chlor/declor) process was selected utilizing chlorine for disinfection and sodium bisulfite for dechlorination. Innovative methods to dose and provide for proper mixing of sodium bisulfite include a chlorine probe to continuously measure residual chlorine concentrations and chemical feed pumps to administer the proper sodium bisulfite dosing rate.  Chlorine probes measure the residual chlorine to assure proper disinfection prior to dechlorination. This innovative system eliminates manual control of sodium bisulfite dosing, saving time and money and minimizing chemical use.

Cameron Engineering achieved proper mixing of sodium bisulfite by utilizing recirculation pumps and diffusers. Sodium bisulfite is injected into the recirculated Plant effluent and discharged through diffusers. Chlorine probes measure the residual chlorine concentration and adjust the sodium bisulfite feed rate via PLC and chemical feed pump VFD’s.

A portion of the existing chlorine contact tanks were retrofitted to create required mixing zones for the dechlorination process. Baffle walls reduced the potential for short-circuiting the disinfection process.  Diffusers were utilized for discharge from the recirculation pumps.

Out-of-the-ordinary technology included design of a fully automated system to deliver the correct dose of sodium bisulfite for the dechlorination process. Ingenuity included incorporating the secondary containment system within the Facility’s foundation and elevating it to accommodate the next 500-year storm event.

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Awards 2018

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FDNY Randall’s Island Water Reclamation Project
2018 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Clean & Green Biosolids Processing Facility
2018 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Columbia University Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium
2018 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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NYSERDA Clean Energy Communities
2018 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Awards 2017

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Wyandach Village
2017 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Bay Park Infrastructure Enhancements
2017 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Barbara H. Hagan Center for Nursing
2017 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Awards 2016

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Long Island Tidal Wetlands Trends Analysis
2016 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Diamond

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Hofstra University School of Medicine

Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine
2016 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Floral Park Pool Complex
2016 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Awards 2015

Bergen Point WWTP Effluent UV Disinfection
2015 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Eastport-South Manor Primary School
2015 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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The Museum of American Armor
2015 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Awards 2014

Widex USA, Inc. Corporate Headquarters
2014 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Sacred Heart Academy
2014 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Glen Cove Ferry Terminal and Boat Basin
2014 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Diamond

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Awards 2013

St. Joseph’s College Athletic Complex
2013 ACEC New York Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Forge River Watershed Management
2013 ACEC New York Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Town Of North Hempstead Community Center
2013 ACEC New York Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Village of Greenport Water Pollution Control Plant
2013 ACEC New York Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Awards 2012

Manorhaven Beach Park Pool Complex
2012 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Diamond

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Massapequa Creek Restoration
2012 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Molloy College Campus Center
2012 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Awards 2011-2008

Mill Pond Water Quality Improvements
2011 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Morrelly Homeland Security Center
2011 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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Bay Walk Park – Port Washington
2011 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Morris County Correctional Facility Security System Upgrade
2010 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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Stone Hill at Muttontown: Conservation Easement Planning
2009 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Baltimore Inner Harbor, Maryland
2009 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

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North Shore Hebrew Academy High School Campus
2008 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

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The Business & Research Center at Garden City
2008 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Platinum

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Prior Awards

Calverton Camelot – Conservation Subdivision
2007 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

Suffolk County Community College Electrical Distribution Systems
2007 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

Aircraft Noise Abatement at St. Joachim School
2006 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

Harborview Mid-Rise Luxury Condominium Complex
2006 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

Massapequa Preserve Streamflow Augmentation & Pond Restoration Study
2005 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Silver

Long Beach Parking Facility: MTA – Long Island Rail Road
2005 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

Biological Nutrient Removal Retrofit – Glen Cove WPCP
2005 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold
2005 NYSDEC Environmental Excellence

NYC School Construction Authority – Glen Oaks Campus
2004 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Diamond
2004 ACEC National Recognition

Dean G. Skelos Sports Complex, Village of Rockville Centre
2004 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

Lido Beach Phase II – Water Main Improvements
2004 ACEC NY Engineering Excellence – Gold

Baxter Pond Restoration
2003 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Platinum
2003 ACEC National Recognition
2003 ASCE Quality Of Life

Arrow Electronics Data Center
2003 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Silver

Bookspan / Doubleday Headquarters
2003 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Silver

Nassau County Fire Service Academy
2002 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Platinum
2002 ACEC National Recognition

Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade
2002 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Silver

Municipal Pool Complex at Greis Park
2002 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Silver

NRPA Aquatic Branch
2002 Excellence in Aquatic Award

Nassau County Correctional Facility
2001 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Diamond

Suffolk County Minor League Ball Park
2001 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Platinum
2000 ASCE Civil Engineering Project of the Year

Children’s Interactive Water Play Area
2000 NYACE Engineering Excellence – Gold

Long Beach Waterfront Park
1997 NYSSPE Project of the Year