Civil

We perform all types of civil construction for both public and private sector clients. Our experience ranges from groundbreaking site development projects to infrastructure modifications and upgrades. In addition, we have worked on many secure sites and our workforce holds credentials from both SWAC and TWIC.
Browse our Civil projects below.
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Our Services Include 

  • Heavy highway
  • Bridge construction
  • Site development
  • Infrastructure
  • Utilities
  • Security/hardening projects
We take great pride in the safe and timely completion of our projects.  Customer satisfaction through quality workmanship and service remains our priority.
  • Hicksville Station & North Track Siding Improvements

    Hicksville, NY

    Complete modernization of the third busiest Long Island Rail Road station, Hicksville. Aesthetic improvements have made the new station one of the most attractive in New York.

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  • KOENIG SPHERE

    NEW YORK, NY

    Iconic Sphere welcomed home at the new World Trade Center.

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  • Benjamin Franklin Bridge PATCO Track Rehabilitation

    Philadelphia, PA to Camden, NJ

    "The Ben Franklin Bridge Track Rehab project is a testament to what can be accomplished with an experienced, knowledgeable, safety minded contractor." -Mike Venuto DRPA Chief Engineer Railway Track & Structures February 2016

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  • PSE&G Southern Reinforcing Project

    Camden & Gloucester Counties, NJ

    As part of PSE&G's ongoing commitment to improve electrical capacity and reliability to their customers, RCC was contracted to complete the project that added two new 230kV overhead transmission circuits and three new 230kV underground circuits in the South Jersey area.

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  • Garden State Parkway Interchange 159 Improvements

    Elmwood Park, NJ

    The first project in NJ to use corrosion monitoring system with stainless steel reinforcing bars was done by RCC in the major construction of a new direct connection off-ramp from southbound Garden State Parkway to eastbound Route 80.

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