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Civil Solutions Assists Sussex County, NJ with Mapping Sight Triangle Easements Using the ArcGIS Platform

On January 5th, 2021

The Sussex County, New Jersey, Engineering Division manages one of the County’s most publicly visible and utilized assets on a daily basis, county-owned roads and bridges.  During the course of normal operations, the County obtains parcels or a portion of parcels (easements) for safety or transpo...

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The Town of Hammonton, NJ Implements Esri ArcGIS Hub For COVID-19 Response

On July 20th, 2020

The Town of Hammonton and Civil Solutions, a division of ARH Associates, developed an informative website in an effort to provide guidance and information pertaining to COVID-19.  This is in response for the Town’s need to communicate to its residents and local businesses all information pertaini...

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Civil Solutions Assists Passaic County, NJ with Open for Business Status Application

On June 24th, 2020

Civil Solutions, a division of ARH Associates develops the Passaic County, NJ Open for Business Status Application.  This application allows businesses within the County to promote their business offerings,  and adjusted operations as the County recovers from COVID-19.  The application provides b...

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Civil Solutions Implements Esri’s ArcGIS Hub to Connect Locally-Owned Restaurants to Front Line Medical Personnel

On April 6th, 2020

New Jersey Civil Engineering and GIS Firm Launches Website to Support Locally-Owned Restaurants While Showing State’s ‘Collective Gratitude’ to Front Line Medical Personnel [row] [column md="7"] [/column] [column md="5"] Media Contact: Name: George Scott Title: Executive Vice P...

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Civil Solutions Implements Esri’s ArcGIS for Water Resources Flooding Storymap for Cape May County, NJ

On December 24th, 2018

Civil Solutions, a Division of ARH Associates, implements Esri's ArcGIS for Water Resources Flooding Storymap in Cape May County, NJ. Per a recent study by the Union of Concerned Scientists, in New Jersey over 25,000 homes worth nearly 10 billion dollars are at risk of chronic flooding by 203...

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