Since 1983, John S. Truhan has been the President and Founder of John S. Truhan Consulting Engineers, Inc. which has an accumulation of expertise in all aspects of Civil Engineering including land development, municipal and state projects. He has served as Municipal, Planning Board and Board of Adjustment Engineer for various municipalities throughout the State of New Jersey. Several projects successfully completed consist of the following: road paving, potable water systems (water distribution, groundwater wells, treatment and storage), sanitary sewer systems, landfill closure, Environmental Impact Statements, NJDEP Letters of Interpretation for Freshwater Wetlands, State of New Jersey Pinelands Commission Letters of Interpretation for Freshwater Wetlands, Stormwater Management Facilities, Bulkheads, and Municipal Master Plan Development. Recent State of New Jersey projects include feasibility studies for school expansions for the School Construction Corporation (Asbury Park, Long Branch and Trenton).
Truhan has also been routinely involved with site engineering for large residential developments, as well as single buildings and complexes. Large developments which John S. Truhan Consulting Engineers, Inc. has engineered include: Continental Properties, U.S. Homes Corporation, Kara Homes, Roseland Properties, Atlantic Realty, The Jerald Development Group, to name a few.
American Society of Civil Engineers-Fellow
Manasquan United Methodist Church, President Board of Trustees – 2003
Southern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce, Member Board of Trustees – 2000
Associate Professor Ocean County College – 1983
Consulting Engineers Council of New Jersey
Association of Environmental Authorities
Truhan received both his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering (1966) and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering (1971) from the NJ Institute of Technology. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in NJ, MA, PA, and MD, and a Registered Professional Planner and a Certified Municipal Engineer in NJ. He is the Past President of the Ocean County Society of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors and the Ocean County Energy Council. Since the mid-90s, he has been a member of the Wall Township Camp Evans Re-Use Committee and the Camp Evans Restoration Advisory Board.
Posted March 24, 2017