Phase I & Phase II Environmental Site Assessments in Nassau County, NY

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H2M completed Phase I & Phase II Environmental Site Assessments at an office building in Nassau County, NY for a potential purchaser. During the Phase I ESA, H2M identified a recognized environmental condition and historical recognized environmental condition, specifically a tetrachloroethylene spill at an adjoining drycleaner. H2M recommended a Phase II ESA to investigate potential […]

Welcome Michele Pincus As Real Estate Market Specialist

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H2M architects + engineers (H2M) is proud to announce that Commack resident, Michele Pincus, will be joining the firm as a Real Estate Market Specialist. Michele comes to H2M with a background as an attorney with a focus in Real Estate Law.  She has represented individual and commercial clients in real estate litigation, provided real […]

Al Hilla and Ryan Conklin are Featured Authors Discussing Electric Vehicle Legislation on NJBiz.com

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H2M architects + engineers Central Jersey Office Director and Deputy Municipal Market Director, Alan Hilla, Jr. P.E.,PP,CME and Senior Project Planner, Ryan Conklin PP, AICP, GISP gave their thoughts on New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s legislation for increased use of plug-in electric vehicles and infrastructure in New Jersey.  See the article below. Station to station […]

Fossil Fuel Power Plant Demolition

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In response to the continued discussion of infrastructure and energy efficient power solutions, H2M’s Senior Vice President and Energy Market Director, Philip Schade, P.E. and Environmental Senior Discipline Engineer, Richard Schmitz co-authored an article for powermag.com (see article below) on the consideration that goes into planning and implementing fossil fuel power plant demolition.   Key […]

Erik Heuler Featured as LIBN’s Who’s Who in Sustainability

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H2M’s Erik Heuler, R.A., LEED AP BD+C was featured in Long Island Business News’ “Who’s Who in Sustainability.” Heuler is a Project Architect and and a key player on H2M’s Sustainability Committee.  Some of his responsibilities include coordination of interdisciplinary teams within H2M and alongside clients, contractors, and outside consultants to ensure that project sustainability […]

Rich Humann Featured on “Ask a CEO” Podcast

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“Leadership is an action, not a position.” – Rich Humann H2M’s President and CEO, Rich Humann, P.E., visited the “Ask a CEO” Podcast to share his 34 year journey that led to becoming an executive, the difference between a boss and a leader, and how he keeps his team motivated.  He is an experienced CEO/President […]

Pat Cole Inducted to Vice Chair of the AWWA NJ Section

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Congratulations to H2M architects + engineers’ Deputy Water Market Director, Patrick K. Cole, P.E. on being elected to Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees for the American Water Works Association New Jersey Section (AWWA NJ). Mr. Cole accepted the nomination and was inducted at a virtual annual business meeting of the AWWA NJ on March […]

Our New Mission, Values, and Vision

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  A clear vision is like a magnet, it pulls you.  A solid mission is like a roadmap, it directs you.   Powerful values are like a shepherd, they protect us and guide our decisions.  When we set out to create a renewed vision, mission, and values, we needed to listen to who we really are […]

NYREJ Recognizes H2M’s $50,000 Charitable Contribution

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H2M’s commitment to communities extends far beyond the project job site.  Our social responsibility lies not just in preserving and protecting resources, but in assisting the individuals in the surrounding communities that they work and live in.  As a closeout to the challenging 2020 year, H2M made donations to four well-deserving charities totaling $50,000.  The New […]

H2M’s Approach to Removal of 1,4-dioxane Featured in “New Jersey Business Magazine”

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As emerging contaminants are discovered, regulations and treatment methods change to protect public health and environmental resources.  In the March edition of New Jersey Business Magazine, James Roberts, P.E., and Sonya Ward, P.G., CPG, CGWP, LSRP, LRS, CHMM, discuss H2M’s innovative approach and experience in the removal of 1,4-dioxane from groundwater and drinking water using Advanced Oxidation […]

Liz Uzzo Talks Unemployment Identity Theft with Newsday

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Our Chief Human Resources Officer Liz Uzzo, expertly weighed in on unemployment identify theft issues and how to protect employees in a recent Newsday article.  Please see the article below.   State to Use New Digital Tool to Verify Identity, Fight Unemployment Fraud By Victor Ocasio Originally posted on February 25, 2021 in Newsday   […]

H2M Assists in Long Island’s First 3D-Printed Home

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  H2M worked with SQ4D, a Long Island based construction technology company.  SQ4D developed a patent-pending technology to allow multiple machines to work together to create a 3D printed home.  H2M embarked on the adventure with SQ4D on the design and put it into action. While 3D printed homes offer almost infinite possibilities as the […]

Welcome Joseph E. Flynn

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H2M architects + engineers is pleased to announce that Joseph Flynn of Stewartsville, NJ has joined the firm as a Senior Architect with a focus on the New Jersey Education and Municipal Markets, as well as other architectural opportunities in our Parsippany office.  After almost 30 years in education, Joe is transitioning from a Superintendent’s […]

Winter Damage Claims Assistance

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Extremely cold weather presents a high risk of pipe freeze-ups.  While many insurance companies will cover damages from a freeze-up, polices state that the insured must demonstrate that measures were taken to prevent the freeze. Standard homeowner policies do not provide coverage for damage resulting from a pipe rupture if the cause of the loss […]

Re-Opening Schools: Environmental Services

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Over the last few months, H2M has supported many of our clients in developing phased approaches, design improvements, and environmental plans to ensure the safety of their employees and building occupants.  As schools are planning to re-open this September amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and well-being of the students, teachers, administrative staff, facility personnel, […]

Combating Emerging Contaminants in Drinking Water

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The Military Engineer  published an article written by James Roberts, P.E., Vice President and Market Director of Water/Wastewater; Paul Ponturo, P.E., Senior Water Resources Engineer; Alison Auriemmo, P.E., LEED AP, Senior Discipline Engineer; and Andrew Manfredi, E.I.T., Project Engineer/Project Manager. The article discusses the challenges that water suppliers face in response to emerging contaminants, as […]

Successful Development of Battery Energy Storage Systems

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The use of batteries for electricity storage has been a reality for more than 200 years. Recent technological developments and incentives for non-fossil fuel energy systems has resulted in application of batteries at the public utility scale, with installations in excess of 50 Megawatts (MW) of storage capacity not uncommon. Public utilities and energy developers […]

New Jersey School Boards Association’s Virtual Workshop

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H2M will be exhibiting at the New Jersey School Boards Association’s Virtual Workshop from October 20 – October 22. Visit our booth in the Facilities/Operations Exhibit Hall sponsored by Parette Somjen Architects, LLC and view information about H2M’s services for the Education market.  You can also make an appointment during the show hours to virtually […]

The Value of Tree Inventories for Municipalities

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Everyone knows that municipalities are responsible to maintain our roads, streetlights, sidewalks, and other man-made infrastructure but who “maintains” our trees? At H2M , our landscape architects train to become ISA Certified Arborists from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).  ISA Arborist certification requires knowledge of tree identification, management, biology, installation and establishment, disorder diagnosis, […]

Maximizing Efficiency Through Interior Design

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When you walk into a building; whether it be an office space, a retail store, or a doctor’s office, the design of that space can instantly transform your mood and feelings as well as maximize its efficiency. At H2M architects + engineers, we believe that the inside of a building is just as important as […]

Cause and Origin: Storm Damage

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Fast moving storms swept across the east coast yesterday.  These strong winds followed by brief periods of heavy rain led to power outages and damage from fallen trees and debris. Did your customers suffer damage and need claim related experience? H2M’s multi-disciplinary staff provides multiple lines of cause and origin related work.  H2M employs numerous […]

Timothy McGuire Receives Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s 2020 40 Under 40 Award

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Last night, H2M’s Discipline Engineer, Timothy McGuire, P.E. received the Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s 2020 40 Under 40 award! This award is given annually to 40 nonresidential building industry professionals ages 40 and younger who stand out through an assortment of personal and professional aspects of their lives. To view Tim’s profile, click here! Congratulations Tim!