September NJSPE Update
NJSPE's Featured Platinum Sponsor
T&M Associates is a leading national consulting, engineering, environmental, and technical services company that has delivered proven results for a broad spectrum of public and private clients for more than 55 years. Through a team of 350 business and technical professionals, we service clients from office locations throughout the U.S.

NJSPE Continuing Education Webinar
Offering 3 CPC credits for PE’s in NJ, NY and other states that accept NJSPE accredited programs.

Friday, September 23, 2022
9AM - 12PM
NJSPE Member Rate - $69
Non-Member Rate - $138
Government Employee Rate - $35

NJSPE is a New York State Education Department Approved Sponsor of Continuing Education for Engineers and Land Surveyors. Live Continuing Education sessions are eligible for credit (1 CPC credit equals 1 PDH credit for NYS).
PFAS and Public Water Systems (1 CPC)

James Peeples, PE, Vice President, T&M Associates

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, are widely used in products such as firefighting foams, waterproof clothes, and nonstick cookware. Called “forever chemicals” because they don’t break down under typical environmental conditions, PFAS accumulate in soil and water and can persist in the human body once ingested. This session will include a short background on PFAS and the reason they are so widespread in the environment, a discussion of the current state of PFAS regulation at the Federal and State level, recent developments regarding PFAS breakdown and how future PFAS work will be impacted, and PFAS treatment case studies for public water systems.
Complementary Use of Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) and Other Technologies for Accurate Assessment of Current, and Prediction of Future Performance of Concrete Bridge Decks (1 CPC)

Nenad Gucunski, Professor and Chairman, Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rutgers University

Effective and economical management of bridges depend on the accurate assessment of their current condition and prediction of their future performance. Among all the bridge components, reinforced concrete decks, in most cases, deteriorate the fastest. The complexity of deterioration processes requires the application of multiple nondestructive evaluation (NDE) and other technologies to accurately describe the condition, and likely causes of deterioration. Listen to an overview of the benefits stemming from periodical multi-NDE technology surveys for bridge management, especially from the use of rapid and automated data collection and analysis processes.
Virtual Design and Construction Methodologies (1 CPC)

Aditi Patel, P.E., Vice President, LiRo’s Virtual Design Construction & Operations Department

Explore the use of Virtual Design and Construction methodologies in all phases of a project life cycle. Emerging technologies such as Reality Capture combined with Building Information Modeling could be successfully implemented in Design, Pre-Construction, Construction and Maintenance of facilities more efficiently, to reduce costs and increase accuracy of the information driving critical project decisions. This presentation will focus on use of cutting-edge technology to help inform the design process, getting stakeholder buy-in, solve critical coordination challenges early on to save expensive errors later during construction, enhanced project controls, closeout and handover workflows.
REGISTRATION INCLUDES: Zoom Webinar with moderator. Participants will be sent the webinar link several days before and the morning of the webinar.
2023 Yearlong Sponsorships
2023 Yearlong Sponsorships are now available. This is great chance for your company to get in front of hundreds of Professional Engineers. Based on community feedback, we have improved the benefits associated with each Sponsorship level to increase your brand exposure and engagement with the NJ PE Community.
Volunteers Needed

NJSPE offers a variety of ways for our members to get involved including committee and board service roles. Volunteering with NJSPE is a great way to network and meet your fellow PE’s. Each new volunteer brings more energy to the association, more diversity and more opportunities to reach our common goals. Current opportunities include:

NJSPE Annual Awards Committee – This committee administers the NJSPE Annual Awards according to policies established by the board of directors and is responsible for the promotion and administration of our annual awards.
NJSPE Young Professionals Committee - This committee administers the NJSPE Annual Awards focuses on identifying and networking with young PE Professionals both at the college and early career level. 

If you are interested in getting involved, please email
Christina Goldstein at for more details.
NJSPE Would Like to Welcome Its New Members. Thank you for your membership!
Joseph C. Bautista, P.E.
Ebrahim Taha Elshiekh
Kaser Mechanical
Anthony Napreev
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Tejal Patel, PE
Jeffrey Laux, P.E.
Carolyn Feigin, P.E., P.P.
Erica Vigliorolo, EIT
Gregory Stolowski P.E.
Brian Van Nortwick, P.E.
Matt Lunemann, P.E., P.M.P, ENV SP.
William P. Delisky, P.E.
Lawrence Powers
Joe Simonetta, CAE
Patrick Stewart
Vice President
NJSPE Director at Large
NSPE Delegate
Immediate Past President
Executive Director
Executive Director