E2PM was initially retained to execute engineering services for Phase I, II and III of “The Hilltop Apartments” redevelopment project at the location of the Former Irvington General Hospital at 280 Park Place in the Township of Irvington, New Jersey.  During the course of the project, a range of environmental services were also needed with E2PM’s John Ferrante named the sites Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP). 

E2PM’s initial role on the project expanded to Owner’s Representative, Site Manager, and Project Manager roles during the land-use planning and permitting phase through the demolition phase and pre-construction phase providing both engineering and environmental services.  

Engineering services included Project Management and Scheduling; Coordination of Project Meetings with Owner, Sub-Consultants, and Governing Agencies; Site Subdivision, Zoning and Planning Board Approvals; Structural/Civil Engineering; Retaining Wall Design; Surveying; Site Condition & Existing Utilities Assessment; Stormwater Analyses and Management Plan Design; Soil Management; Bid Document Preparation; Construction Management; Hazardous and Nonhazardous Materials Survey; Demolition Bid Support, Oversight and Environmental Compliance; SESC Certification from the local Soil Conservation District and NJPDES Stormwater Activity 5G3 General Permit; Phase I, II, III Construction, Support and Layout Surveying.  E2PM was named the “Engineer of Record” for Phase 1 Site Construction, which includes the construction of Building A – a 13 story, 198 unit residential apartment building.  

Phase I Completion
Phase II Completion

Environmental Services throughout the course of the project included Phase I Due Diligence with all environmental issues closed and a final RAO issued for the site; demolition and asbestos containing material (ACM) oversight;  Perimeter Air & Dust Monitoring; two (2) UST Closures/reporting;  Spill Assessment, Site Investigation, and Response Action Outcome (RAO).  After site investigation activities were completed on the discharge, no additional soil investigation and/or remediation were warranted and E2PM submitted a Response Action Outcome – Area of Concern Only (RAO-A) for the discharge of the former AST.  

E2PM Engineers John Ferrante and Harrison Barany attended the May 2023 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the completion of Phase II of the Hilltop Redevelopment project involving the construction of the six-story Hilltop Senior Apartments (Building B) (Click here for details).