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George Harms Construction Co.


Harms Installs 240-Foot Drilled Shafts With Barge-Mounted BAUER BG 55

George Harms Construction Company continued work on the replacement of the Raritan River Bridge on a frigid January day as a major winter storm barreled toward New Jersey. This determination, along with a unique decision-making strategy centered on a specific piece of equipment, are keeping this critical infrastructure project on track....


George Harms Construction Leads Jersey's 'River Draw' Initial Construction Phase

NJ TRANSIT is replacing the 113-year-old, 2,920-ft.-long Raritan River Bridge, constructed by the Pennsylvania Steel Company and McCullen and McDermott, as part of its Resilience Program, which was initiated following Superstorm Sandy to ensure that its transit systems and infrastructure are stronger and more reliable....


Decade-Long N.J. Project Comes Into Focus

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is replacing the Route 7/Wittpenn Bridge over the Hackensack River at a cost of $495 million, with the goal of having the new bridge completed in early 2023....


NJ Transit Breaks Ground on Raritan River Bridge Replacement

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy joined public and private officials Sept. 15 at a ceremonial groundbreaking on the $595 million Raritan River Bridge replacement project. The event marked the beginning of construction to replace the existing swing-span bridge, known as River Draw, which was damaged during Superstorm Sandy in 2012 and has experienced recurring maintenance issues....


New Jersey's Route 7/Wittpenn Bridge Could Be Open in 2021

Construction on the long-awaited Route 7/Wittpen Bridge in Jersey City should conclude in 2022, according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), which is overseeing the project. But the agency also said vehicle traffic could be moving over the bridge as early as next year....


Harms Construction Awaits Early 2019 Delivery of New MLC100-1

New Jersey's George Harms Construction is a leading contractor in the Garden State. At the recent Manitowoc Group's Crane Days event in Shady Grove, Pa., the company didn't set out be a leader there, but when Rob Harms, CEO of George Harms Construction, saw a prototype of the new Manitowoc MLC100-1 crawler crane in action, he knew his company needed to purchase one — and as a result, the company became the first in the United States to place an order for the new 110-ton machine....


Three Generations of Hoffmans Tour George Harms Job Site

In what is best described as an iconic moment, three generations of Hoffman leadership gathered this summer for a job tour with George Harms Construction Co. on the site of the new Route 72/Manahawkin Bay Bridge in Long Beach Island, N.J....






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