We are pleased to announce that InSite has been honored with making the PSMJ 2017 Circle of Excellence! The Circle of Excellence highlights firms that demonstrate outstanding business achievement in the architecture and engineering industry!
The InSite team had a great and competitive time at their summer volleyball tournament vs. Envirotactics, Inc.!
Some of the InSite team celebrating their third consecutive win at the Gee Gee’s summer volleyball league tournament last night!
The results are in! InSite Engineering ranked #4 out of 100 on the NJBIZ 2016 Best Places to Work in NJ!
That’s a wrap! The InSite team had a great time down at the Atlantic Builders Convention! It was great to see a sea of yellow walking the convention floor.
It’s great to see the Jersey City skyline full of InSite’s hard work! Views from the NJ Gold Coast Summit yesterday!
InSite Engineering was honored with the “2016-Best Associate Member Billboard” at the FAME (Fabulous Achievements in Marketing Excellence) Awards from the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey. Entries were judged on overall design, concept, layout and appropriateness for target market. The award ceremony was held at Jumping Brook Country Club in Neptune and was a fun night filled with food, music and networking. We are grateful for the honor!
The Harrison Building 5 project is the latest part of the overall Harrison Commons Project. InSite professionals developed the site and subdivision plans that were used to obtain approvals for the building that will contain 358 Studio/1-Bedroom Apartments, 51 2-Bedroom Apartments, and approximately 7,000 S.F. of Retail Space. Efforts include site approvals, utility connections, design development input, and construction phasing. This portion adds to the already constructed three buildings which…
We had the pleasure of attending a walk through tour of the new Bell Works facility in Holmdel New Jersey! This wonderful project was developed by Somerset Development with a vision to combine the ultimate ‘Work, Live, Play’ environment. The Bell Labs Holmdel Complex functioned for forty-three years as a research and development facility, initially for the Bell System. The building has now undergone renovations into a multi-purpose living and…