Matrix New World Engineering, Inc., a Woman-Owned Business, Named Winner of 2010 NJBIZ ‘Business of the Year 51-100 Employees’ Category.

Matrix New World Engineering, Inc. (Matrix), was named WINNER in the ‘Business of the Year 51-100 Employees’ category of the 2010 NJBIZ Business of the Year awards program. Matrix was selected by an independent panel of judges from a pool of finalists recognized for their outstanding contributions to the New Jersey business community.

According to Tom Curtin, NJBIZ Publisher, “Successful companies need a dash of creativity and a dollop of resilience in the face of adversity. Stir in optimism and the drive to excel, and you have the beginnings of a great business venture.” The event was held on Monday, December 6, 2010 at The Palace in Somerset, NJ. Matrix is the largest and most respected woman-owned full-service engineering firm in the northeast. Last April, as one of the few New Jersey companies invited, Matrix deployed approximately 40 experts to the Gulf of Mexico to participate in spill-containment and wildlife rescue operations in what has become the largest oil spill in U.S. history.

According to Jayne Warne, PE, President, “This recognition is a testament to the collective talent of our employees. We are thrilled to have played a significant role in the Gulf of Mexico crisis and to be recognized for our work here in our own state.”

Matrix was formed in 1990 and today provides civil, environmental, geotechnical and civil engineering, and oil spill and survey services in the Northeast. The company has expanded into Phoenix, AZ and has satellite offices in the Gulf.