Raritan Avenue Project
Our CEC Hillsborough Team continues to be an active partner in supporting Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity’s mission to provide low-income families with housing and homeownership opportunities, by most recently helping with the non-profit’s 1 Raritan Avenue project – a new (2) single-family attached dwelling (featuring amenities such as patios, garages, and balconies) coming into fruition. CEC aided the non-profit organization in developing this property, which included substantial communication and coordination with the local municipality, Raritan Township, and Hunterdon County in making sure they met all the requirements needed by the municipality’s Board of Housing. This site was originally a municipal building, then acquired by the local fire department to build a new fire station at this location, which did not occur. Upon receiving all the necessary approvals, CEC also provided various engineering services such as the planning & site design, and surveying for obtaining any permits needed. This new residence is an ideal living location. It is located near downtown Flemington, an area with a wealth of commercial businesses, and within close walking distance for the new families to access. The future homeowners for the property’s two units have already been selected by Habitat for Humanity, as the non-profit organization has received the go-ahead to start the building process and planned a groundbreaking ceremony to take place in the coming weeks. The anticipated completion for the property is the late Fall of 2022.
Carroll Engineering was a proud sponsor for the non-profit’s annual Hard Hats for Hope event that took place on Friday, April 1, 2022.
Walnut Avenue Project
CEC is assisting Habitat for Humanity Bucks County with the construction of three (3) new single-family detached dwelling units and associated amenities (driveways, patio, and sidewalks). The project will take place on Parcel 05-008-096 in Bristol Township on the eastbound side of Walnut Avenue, approximately 0.08 miles from the intersection with Bristol Pike (S.R. 13). The Saint Thomas Aquinas School currently sits on this parcel and will be removed as part of this project. A groundbreaking ceremony will be scheduled as all the plans have been approved and construction can begin.
Carroll Engineering was proud to sponsor the non-profit’s annual Hard Hats and High Heels event that took place on Friday, April 8, 2022.