NJDOT - FEMA Category B - EPM – Surveys

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Project Overview: 
McLaren as part of the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s (NJDOT) Superstorm Sandy Recovery FEMA Category B - Emergency Protective Measures effort was retained to provide surveying and engineering services for the location of debris and shoaling in State channels. The NJDOT wanted to map the condition information for all State navigation channels in the Raritan Bayshore, Monmouth, Ocean, Burlington, Atlantic and Cape May shore areas in order to protect the public from injury and harm.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren provided bathymetric surveys for approximately 100 nautical miles of state channels, utilizing single beam sonar of sufficient density to determine the depth and 3D contour of the channel bottom in an effort to locate and map debris (sunken vessels, trees, cars, telephone poles, large household items, waterfront infrastructure, etc.). McLaren developed approximately 100 reports consisting of sidescan targets of possible debris, which included information such as latitude and longitude, NJ State Plane coordinates, an image of object and approximate dimensions.
Service: 
Bathymetric Surveys
Service: 
Side Scan Sonar
Location: 
Multiple Counties in New Jersey
Client: 
Parsons Brinkerhoff / New Jersey Department of Transportation
Project Type: 
Survey
Role: 
Sub-consultant
Contract Period: 
2013
Construction Cost: 
N/A

Location
Multiple Counties in New Jersey

Client
Parsons Brinkerhoff / New Jersey Department of Transportation

Our Role
Sub-consultant
Project Type
Survey

Contract Period
2013

Construction Cost
N/A
Services
Bathymetric Surveys
Side Scan Sonar