Advantage Engineers Recognized on Engineering News-Record Top 500 Design Firms

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Advantage Engineers is nationally ranked on the Engineering News-Record (ENR) 2016 Top 500 Design Firms and the ENR MidAtlantic Top Design Firms list.

Environmental Site Assessment for 121-Acre Commercial Development in Cranbury Township, New Jersey

Environmental Site Assessment for 121-Acre Commercial Development

Advantage Engineers’ ranking on the ENR Top Design Firms is an indicator of our remarkable growth of the last 6 years and is a true reflection of the hard work and excellence that each of our employees bring to the firm every day.

For the first time in the firm’s history, Advantage Engineers is nationally ranked on the Engineering News-Record (ENR) 2016 Top 500 Design Firms. The firm’s ascension to number 459 came as a direct result of their steady growth in the diverse markets they service. In addition, the firm is ranked number 18 on the Top 20 Design Firms in Telecommunications. Published by BNP Media, ENR bases the rankings on 2015 market revenue data provided by participating firms via its Top 500 Design Firms survey. For more information about ENR publications, visit http://www.enr.com.

For the 2nd consecutive year, Advantage Engineers is ranked on ENR MidAtlantic's 2016 Top Design Firms list. The firm moves to number 42 from number 44 in 2015.

“Advantage Engineers’ ranking on the ENR Top Design Firms is an indicator of our remarkable growth of the last 6 years and is a true reflection of the hard work and excellence that each of our employees bring to the firm every day. We’ve been successful increasing our markets and retaining customers because we place client satisfaction as our number one priority,” said Edward Balsavage, Managing Principal & CEO. “Our workload and pace across all service areas has increased significantly. We are honored to be listed and look forward to moving up the ranks next year.”

Advantage Engineers Mid-Atlantic projects in 2015 included a geotechnical investigation and laboratory testing services on a portion of a 300-acre former municipal landfill for redevelopment into a commercial retail center in Bellmawr, New Jersey. The firm continues to monitor spider magnets, settlement plates and surcharge piles and will provide a final engineering analysis and report to the client. Advantage completed due diligence and site characterization for an approximately 121-acre parcel located in Cranbury Township, New Jersey, which is slated for commercial development. Advantage has moved the site through New Jersey’s site remediation processes toward issuance of a Response Action Outcome. In Maryland, Advantage provided fiber optic engineering and permitting services for the extensions of the Inter-County Broadband Network in support of upgrades to existing telecommunications facilities in Columbia, Maryland. In addition, the firm completed construction plan drawings and as-built drawings for multiple related projects.

About Advantage Engineers:

Advantage Engineers provides comprehensive services in specialized fields of engineering and consulting. The firm has more than 200 technical professionals, including engineers, project and program managers, site acquisition specialists, geologists, scientists and dedicated support staff. From seven offices, Advantage Engineers provides services throughout the U.S. and the firm is highly sought after by clients in a variety of industry sectors including: geotechnical, environmental, and telecommunications engineering.

Founded in 2001, Advantage Engineers’ service portfolio and repeat business growth are testament to the outstanding level of technical expertise, ingenuity and reliability provided. The firm has successfully completed thousands of projects in a variety of markets including commercial, energy, industrial, institutional, telecommunications, transportation and utilities. This vast experience bundled with unmatched responsiveness positions Advantage Engineers as a top ranked engineering firm. Visit http://www.advantageengineers.com for more information.

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