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NJBIZ presents the 24 Lists of Christmas, Day 21: Top Environmental Firms

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Today's List: New Jersey's Top Environmental Firms
Ranked by the number of New Jersey employees

5. Maser Consulting P.A.
Last year's rank: 6
Year established: 1984
Senior executive(s): Richard M. Maser
Partial list of specialties: Wetlands delineation, mitigation, environmental audits/phase I and II, underground storage tank management and brownfields redevelopment, cultural resources and ecological services
N.J. employees: 358

4. Hatch Mott MacDonald
Last year's rank: 5
Year established: 1937
Senior executive(s): Nicholas M. DeNichilo
Partial list of specialties: Full-service environmental engineering, including water supply, wastewater management, environmental compliance and remediation
N.J. employees: 384

3. Louis Berger
Last year's rank: 7
Year established: 1953
Senior executive(s): Nicholas J. Masucci
Partial list of specialties: Transportation engineering, environmental sciences, permitting, compliance, field investigations, remediation, ecological restoration and wetland mitigation banking
N.J. employees: 390

2. The Conti Group
Last year's rank: 2
Year established: 1906
Senior executive(s): Kurt G. Conti
Partial list of specialties: Debris clean up, temporary housing mobilization, seawalls, pier and boardwalk repair
N.J. employees: 636

1. URS Corp.
Last year's rank: 1
Year established: 1956
Senior executive(s): Glenn R. DiGiovanni, James Gilsenan, George Leahy, Thomas Thomann, Majed Khoury, Stu Klatzman, Shalini Mohan
Partial list of specialties: Waste remediation, wetlands restoration, transportation engineering, geotechnical and engineering services, and water and wastewater
N.J. employees: 1,000

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Check out December’s previous lists:

Day 1: Public Companies

Day 2: Colleges and Universities

Day 3: Engineering Firms

Day 4: Credit Unions

Day 5: Law Firms

Day 6: Accounting Firms

Day 7: Insurance Brokerages

Day 8: Commercial Banks

Day 9: Family-Owned Businesses

Day 10: Veteran-Owned Businesses

Day 11: Office Buildings

Day 12: Minority-Owned Businesses

Day 13: Architectural Firms

Day 14: Advertising Agencies

Day 15: Hospitals

Day 16: Manufacturing

Day 17: Fastest-Growing Tech Companies

Day 18: Women-Owned Businesses

Day 19: Entrepreneurs

Day 20: Public Relations Firms

Happy holidays,

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