The New Jersey American Water Barrier Island Water Main replacement project is located on the barrier island in northern Ocean County. This project replaces approximately 40,000 feet of water main throughout the townships of Mantoloking, Brick, and Toms River.
Located at Exit 116 on the Garden State Parkway, also known as Telegraph Hill, we have been given the task to construct a one story salt shed with approximate dimensions of 144 feet by 83 feet. It will be supported on a spread footing and include a slab-on-grade floor.
On April 30, 2015 we were contacted by the County of Monmouth regarding the Havens Bridge Road in Howell, which had been recently closed to traffic after an inspection of the bridge over the Manasquan River. The bridge is a four span precast box beam bridge, supported by timber pile bents and concrete pier caps.
This emergency project includes repairing a historic timber bridge commonly referred to as “The Glimmer Glass Bridge.” Work includes the rehabilitation of existing timber piles using fiberglass jackets filled with epoxy grout, removal and replacement of the timber deck and asphalt overlay, repairing four of the pile caps with new timbers, driving new 14” diameter timber piles and installing 1-3/8” diameter steel tie-backs to stabilize the bulkheads at each abutment.
Built in 1939, Bridge S-31 (The Oceanic Bridge) is a 2700 foot long by 40 foot wide structure. The Bridge includes a double leaf bascule span, 16 steel girder spans and 40 reinforced concrete tee beam spans.
This job involves the widening of the Garden State Parkway mainline from Milepost 83.5 to 88.5 as part of the overall improvement project that extends to Milepost 99.5. This section will provide for 12 foot wide left and right shoulders, widening of travel lanes to 12 feet wide, incorporation of pavement superelevation and transitions to NJTA standards, roadside treatments and establishment of clear zones consistent with NJTA standards.
The Rt. 1&9 St. Paul’s Ave. Bridge project, is one of the largest single contracts ever awarded by the NJDOT. The project involved constructing 11 bridges and 45 retaining walls, and the demolition of 5 existing bridges in the area of Tonnelle Ave., and the Pulaski Skyway in Jersey City, NJ.
NJ Transit initiated a program designed to increase the clearance of the Raritan Valley Line crossings through the City of Plainfield. The original bridge over Richmond Street was one of the first in the program and dated back more than a century. The rehabilitation of the deteriorated bridge structure while maintaining the historical significance presented a unique challenge.
The Port Newark Flyover bridge project is a unique project with many different types of construction activities compressed into a relatively compact area. The project is mainly a “U” shape bridge spanning over Corbin Street and Ports America’s train tracks operated by Conrail.
NJTransit discovered a slope failure along their RiverLINE Light rail tracks in September, 2011 shortly after several major rainstorms, including Hurricane Irene and the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee. The existing location involves two light rail tracks running at the bottom of a very steep slope along the edge of a Delaware River tributary.