The Authority will be administering two COVID-19 Economic Injury Programs
Plans, develops and manages public improvements such as schools, municipal buildings, and more
Facilitating public and private development and redevelopment, assisting employers, and helping local governments reduce the costs of financing.
Administers several programs on behalf of the County and its participating municipalities
The Atlantic County Improvement Authority (ACIA) Project Management department plans, develops and manages public improvements such as schools, municipal buildings, transportation facilities, housing developments, infrastructure redevelopment, roadway construction and beautification, and convention facilities.
Our role varies from project to project and includes planning and permitting, selection and oversight of design/development teams, requests for proposal and contract administration, contractor oversight and coordination, infrastructure construction, SHPO (State Historic) compliance, environmental assessment and asbestos abatement, and post-construction monitoring.
Director of Projects and Engineering
the National Aviation Research and Technology Park (NARTP) will consist of seven multi-story buildings with high-speed connectivity to the William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) laboratories Learn More...
Helping to improve public safety. View More...
Cape May County is proposing to construct a “Tech Village” at the Cape May Airport, Lower Township, New Jersey. View More...
ACIA has provided project management services in various capacities for over 50 million dollars of renovation and expansion projects. View More...
Under agreement with Atlantic County the Atlantic County Improvement Authority is responsible for the overall operation of the County-owned Green Tree Golf Course.
Under agreement with the City of Brigantine, the Atlantic County Improvement Authority is responsible for the overall operation of the City-Owned Course.