Sickels & Associates

Site Planning

Engineering Services

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About Us

The firm of Sickels & Associates, Inc. was first incorporated thirty nine (39) years ago with the original two partners and engineers, John Stroka and Robert Sippel. The firm has grown, expanding with the economy and with younger, talented engineers, planners and surveyors. The firm presently consist of approximately thirty (30) employees including licensed engineers, surveyors and planners; designers, draftsmen, survey calculators, surveying crews, technical writers, construction inspectors and clerical staff. Sickels & Associates is aware of our limitations as outlined in the State's level of expertise and has employed the service of experts for work associated with laboratory analysis, soil borings, soils engineering and alike.

Mark R. Brunermer,
P.E., C.M.E. President

William J. Mesogianes
Vice President

Patricia A. Owens
Secretary Treasurer

Sickels & Associates, Inc. relocated their office to a new facility at Sherwood Mews, 833 Kings Highway, Woodbury, New Jersey 08096 with approximately 7,200 S.F. of new office space. The move in November, 1993 was required for expanding working needs, increased staff, future growth and improved working environment. The office is located in the community of West Deptford, Gloucester County on Kings Highway, only about a mile from Exit 20 of Route 295. Our office provides easy access to our clients and to the municipalities which we service.


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Our firm's staff is basically a young firm, with a strong aggressive project management approach. The project management team is responsible for all aspects of project responsibility and leadership. The projects, as they are placed into active status, are assigned to a project manager based upon his engineering and project experience. Bi-weekly project management meetings are held with the firm's principal and project managers to review staff requirements, project needs, deadlines, problems and other special considerations. This approach has been actively used in our firm for more than ten (10) years and affords the staff with maximum flexibility to review special project needs, assistance in resolving special problems and helps to advance the experience of younger engineers entering the engineering field at the college level.