On a regular basis, ACER successfully teams with architects, developers, general contractors, and civil engineers on commercial projects for Fortune 500 Companies, private developers, Not-For-Profit Organizations, and alternative energy companies. ACER’s multidisciplinary expertise in environmental consulting, geotechnical engineering, and construction inspection enables us to fully support both design and construction phases.
We also work directly for financial institutions, law firms, and pharmaceutical and insurance companies providing due diligence and remedial services. We deliver real world solutions and cost-savings that meet or exceed client expectations and regulatory requirements.
Representative Private Sector Clients:
Zurich North American Insurance
Weston Solution, Inc.
Preferred Mutual Insurance Company
The Pettit Group, LLC
Forensic Consultants of North America
Johnson Matthey, Inc.
Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc.
Dunkin' Brands, Inc.
Select Project Profiles:
Shore Health Hospital
An initial Phase I archaeological survey of nearly 100 acres was conducted on land selected for a new hospital site. Ten (10) archaeological sites were identified during the course of the project. Four (4) of the sites were evaluated as...
Gallo GMC, Buena, NJ
ACER was retained as the Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) to conduct a Remedial Investigation of gasoline impacted soil and groundwater at the site resulting from leaking underground storage tanks (USTs). As part of this project ACER completed an Interim Remedial Measure (IRM) report for...
PCC-DCP, Clifton, NJ
This facility manufactures cleaning solvents for the printing industry. In accordance with NJDEP regulations, a Discharge Prevention, Containment, & Countermeasure (DPCC) and Discharge Cleanup and Removal (DCR) Plan was prepared for this major facility. The initial scope of work consisted of...
Cannon-Masten House Ground Penetrating Radar Survey
As part of an archaeological investigation, ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used to identify subsurface features associated with the property’s historic use. GPR data was collected with a SIR-3000 GPR System utilizing a...