It’s that time of the year again! The Society is pleased to invite you to submit an entry into the 2019 Municipal Engineering Project of the Year Awards Program. By now you probably know that this program is designed to give recognition to outstanding municipal engineering projects. We have continued with an expanded program by making Engineers who are not the named Municipal Engineer also eligible to receive an award. In addition, three (3) awards will now be conferred for each of the following award categories:

A) Municipal Design Projects
In-house Engineer or Consultant • Municipality population under 20,000
B) Municipal Design Projects 
In-house Engineer or Consultant • Municipality population 20,000 and above
C) Municipal Project Management Projects 
In-house Engineer, Part-time Engineer or Consultant • Municipality population under 20,000*
D) Municipal Project Management Projects
In-house Engineer or Consultant • Municipality population 20,000 and above*
E) Municipal Construction Management Projects 
In-house Engineer, Part-time Engineer or Consultant • Municipality population under 20,000
F) Municipal Construction Management Projects 
In-house Engineer or Consultant • Municipality population 20,000 and above
* Project Management is defined as any engineering project that does not include design or construction.

On behalf of the Society, we encourage you to prepare an entry for this year’s annual awards program. Application Instructions and Guidelines are enclosed and entries are due to be completed no later than Friday, September 13th at 7 p.m.

A panel of judges will be selected to review the entries and recommend awards. An awards presentation ceremony will be held at the Society’s Annual Meeting Luncheon which is held in conjunction with the Annual League of Municipalities Conference in Atlantic City.

If you have any questions please contact Lori Lee at NJSME Headquarters.

As always, we remind you that participation is not only of value to you and your municipality through favorable publicity, but to the Municipal Engineering profession as a whole-please participate!

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