The Rancocas Creek Bridge, built in 1968, is located on the southernmost stretch of the New Jersey Turnpike between Exits 4 and 5. This project would repair and replace the decking and structural steel diaphragms which had begun to deteriorate on the 1,100’ long, eight-lane bridge
This project gave us an opportunity to display our capabilities in both the Track and Civil disciplines. This section of track, which once served a military and manufacturing site in the 1980’s, had been abandoned for 30 years. It was in such disrepair that trees had sprouted between the rails. By rehabilitating the line, operated by the New York & Atlantic Railway, the town of Riverhead would gain an active rail line and the EPCAL industrial park would receive rail service for the first time.
Constructed new rail system connecting 65th Street Yard to 2nd Avenue through old army terminal
Performed demolition, construction and renovation of seven stations in Vermont and New York
Demolished and removed existing building-housed crane-lifted bridge system (damaged in Hurricane Sandy) and replaced with redesigned pontoon bridge