The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is investing $26.7 million to replace the current Ridge Road Bridge (107 ft. long, one lane in each direction) and the Orient Way Bridge (107 ft. long, two lanes in each direction) over Route 3 in the Township of Rutherford in Bergen County.
Completion of the long-awaited U.S. Highway 206/Peter J. Biondi Bypass will be delayed until spring, 2021, while the state's Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is expected to begin preliminary work on the widening of the state highway in the vicinity of Camplain Road and the nearby Norfolk Southern railroad trestle.
Three towers rising at least 25 stories and the restoration of an old metal can company building could bring nearly 1,100 new residential units to Jersey City's Soho West, the once industrial neighborhood near the Holland Tunnel being transformed by a recent building boom.
Gill Rock Drill Company Inc. will be supplying Sandvik's comprehensive range of boom drills, rock tools and full aftermarket support for customers in the states located in New Jersey and counties of Maryland, Virginia and eastern Pennsylvania, effective June 20, 2020.
Construction projects at area airports and crossings are about to get more eco-friendly.
On Sept. 22, in honor of Climate Week, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced the implementation of the agency's Clean Construction Program, which is dedicated to reducing carbon emissions on agency projects.
Warren County, N.J., freeholders on Sept. 23 voted to support Knowlton Township's request to the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) for an s-curve safety, mobility and congestion transportation problem statement for a section of Interstate 80 that winds through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
Construction of the New Jersey Department of Transportation's (NJDOT) $180 million, I-295/Route 42 Missing Moves project began on March 20 when crews from South State Inc. arrived on the work site between I-295 and Route 42 in the Borough of Bellmawr in Camden County.
Jersey City, N.J., Mayor Steven Fulop joined the City Council and community members on Sept. 16 to officially break ground on the community's first-ever, all-encompassing public safety headquarters.
The groundbreaking for the 11-story building on MLK Drive and Kearny Avenue will be the fourth structure to be built as part of the Jackson Square municipal complex.
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.
Federal, state, county and local officials joined executives from a Massachusetts developer and the non-profit Soldier On to celebrate the start of construction on a $23 million, 70-unit apartment community in Tinton Falls, N.J.
The gathering was held in Tinton Falls' Liberty Park on Sept.
Motorists and equipment operators in the Garden State will have to pay more at the pump by October, as New Jersey will hike its gasoline tax to try to recoup revenue lost from lower demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jersey's Department of the Treasury announced Aug.