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.
  • New Grasselli Access Road

    Linden, NJ

    Serving as the main entrance to the Linden Logistics Center, the 498 ft. four span continuous bridge, carries two lanes of traffic and a sidewalk over one road and one active Conrail spur line.

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  • Design/Build for Morris Park Diesel Locomotive Shop & Employee Facility

    Queens, NY

    Transforming a Long Island Rail Road maintenance site, originally constructed in 1889, into a new 47,000 SF facility for the maintenance and repair of diesel locomotives.

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  • Design/Build for Mid-Suffolk Electric Yard

    Ronkonkoma, NY

    In preparation for future demand due to the East Side Access (ESA) project, the expanded Mid-Suffolk Electric yard features 11 new storage tracks and service areas plus a newly constructed 32,000 SF Employee Welfare Facility.

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  • Sunnyside Yard Platform Repair (Tracks 1-36)

    Queens, NY

    Concrete platforms are located between each track to allow railroad personnel safe and efficient travel within Sunnyside Yard. As concrete has deteriorated over time, the platforms have become unsafe, requiring repairs.

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  • Hammels Wye - Long Term Flood Protection

    Queens, NY

    Design and installation of a perimeter flood wall and flood gates and the construction of a new compressor building, creating long-term protection for the support facilities housed on the campus, which are critical to rail operations in the area.

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