Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — December 28, 2018 - January 10, 2019 — 5B


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Stout & Caldwell Engineers is a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting services. Founded in 2004, the firm specializes in site plan design, land survey and environmental solutions, including flood elevation certificates, and serves clients throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. CORE SERVICES · Site Engineering · Environmental · Utility Design · Testing · Surveying · Municipal · Permitting · CAD/Renderings Skilled Expertise in Multi-Family Communities Riverfront Village New Housing Development River Road & 46th Street Pennsauken, New Jersey

Disciplines Utilized · Boundary Survey · Topographic Survey · Wetlands · Site Engineering

· County Road Survey · Traffic Engineering · Permitting · Planning Board Testimony Site Size 9.05 Acres Building Size Seven (7) 3-story buildings; 75 unit "transit village" Project Status Completed Special Permitting NJDEP Robert R. Stout, PE, CME, LS, Matthew Walsh, Fran Reichelt, Ben Gindville

DESCRIPTION In close conjunction with developer Conifer Realty LLC, Stout & Caldwell Engineers provided comprehensive civil engineering services for the new Riverfront Village housing community in Pennsauken, NJ. Located on more than 9.0 acres, the 75-unit “transit village” is an apartment complex consisting of seven (7) 3-story buildings plus a centrally-located Clubhouse. The mix of apartments and townhouses target working families and a percentage are set aside for veteran housing. Stout & Caldwell worked hand in hand with the traffic engineering firm, Shropshire Associates LLC, and Kitchen & Associates Architectural to complete this rewarding project.

Contact Us To Learn More 705 US Route 130 South, PO Box 2290 | Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 | 856-786-2202 | www.stoutcaldwell.com

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