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April 25, 2017: RGA was part of the project team that won an Honor Award for Engineering Excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey for the design of the Ocean County Route 571 Bridge. The bridge carries County Route 571 over the Main Branch of Toms River in Jackson, New Jersey.


May 12, 2016: RGA was part of the project team that won the 26th Annual New Jersey Historic Preservation Award for the Restoration of the Dey Mansion, Passaic County’s premier Revolutionary War era museum, constructed circa 1772.


February 26, 2015: RGA was part of two project teams that won New Jersey's Leading Infrastructure Projects Awards from the New Jersey Alliance for Action, one for the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Route 7 Wittpenn Bridge Project and the other for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority’s Garden State Parkway Great Egg Harbor Bridge Project.

January 30, 2014: RGA was part of the project team that won the Distinguished Engineering Award from the New Jersey Alliance for Action for the Reconstruction of Monmouth County Bridge S-17.  The bridge carries West Front Street over the Swimming River between Middletown and Red Bank, New Jersey.

November 1, 2013: RGA’s publication, Next Stop Metuchen: Three Railroads Shape a Crossroads Community, recognized as the Best Official New Jersey Publication in 2013 by the Documents Association of New Jersey.


May 17, 2008: RGA was part of the project team that won the 18th Annual New Jersey Historic Preservation Award for the Rehabilitation of County Bridge No. C0601. The bridge spans the North Branch of the Raritan River between Hillsborough and Branchburg Townships in Somerset County, New Jersey.


April 27, 2007: RGA was part of the project team that won the 17th Annual New Jersey Historic Preservation Award for the Rehabilitation of Co. Bridge No. E0801. The bridge spans the North Branch of the Raritan River between Raritan Borough and Hillsborough Township in Somerset County, New Jersey.

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Danielle R. Cathcart joined RGA as the material culture analyst in October 2017. Ms. Cathcart received a B.A. in Anthropology from the College of William and Mary in 2009 and began her archaeological career at Werowocomoco in Gloucester County, VA, the capital of the Powhatan confederacy during the Early Contact Period and the site of the legendary interaction between John Smith and Pocahontas. Her experience in the Mid-Atlantic also included an internship at George Washington’s Mount Vernon, and a fellowship at the Fairfield Foundation, site of a seventeenth century plantation occupied by members of Virginia’s planter elite and hundreds of enslaved African Americans. At Fairfield, Ms. Cathcart cultivated an interest in the material culture associated with enslaved African Americans by studying the occurrence of colonoware throughout the plantation landscape. In 2010, she entered cultural resource management as a field archaeologist in New England, and transitioned into the laboratory where she became proficient in prehistoric and historic artifact identification, collections curation and management, and database development. Ms. Cathcart’s interests include advocacy for the rehabilitation and use of existing collections in new research, urban archaeology, and historical waste management practices at the municipal and household levels as they relate to notions of health and hygiene. She is eager to contribute to RGA’s mission in her capacity as the material culture analyst, as well as in other supportive roles including research, report writing, and laboratory management.

Alex J. Flick joined RGA as an archaeologist in October 2017. Mr. Flick has worked in archaeology and cultural resource management since 2009 and received his M.A. in Historical Archaeology from the University of Massachusetts Boston in 2017. He also previously worked in review and compliance at the Massachusetts Historical Commission. Throughout his career, Mr. Flick has completed archaeological fieldwork in Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, and in The Gambia, West Africa. His research interests include the history and archaeology of cultural interactions between Native Americans and European colonists in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.

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