On February 15, 2018, MFS Engineers and Surveyors was awarded The New Jersey Alliance for Action’s “New Jersey’s Leading Infrastructure Projects” award. The program was created to highlight innovative, pioneering, and landmark construction enterprises that have greatly influenced the state’s economy and honor the businesses that worked together to ensure the project’s success. The $1.2 billion Berger-Linden Corridor project demonstrates how a great project can be completed successfully when MFS is a contributing part of the project team.
More specifically, MFS Engineers & Surveyors provided professional engineering and surveying services in support of two circuits for Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G), passing under the Bergen-Linden Corridor Newark Bay Crossing Newark Bay connecting substations in Bayonne and Elizabeth, New Jersey. The circuits were installed via Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) Techniques with lead design services provided by MFS. For a more detailed description of the project, you can refer to Bergen Linden Corridor within the completed projects section of our website.
The project heads, Michael Mudalel and Jacob Fradkin, attended the ceremony that took place at Forsgate Country Club in Monroe, New Jersey where they received the award. This award is a result of the hard work and constant dedication to overcoming engineering challenges provided by our entire MFS team.