Program Documents
October 2013

 

Section 1
Contract No. T 869.120.101
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
North to South / South to North Outer Roadways, Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures & Lighting
Milepost 51.5 to 52.3
Township of Mansfield, Burlington County


Contract T869.120.101 Photo Gallery

 

This contract was awarded to IEW Construction Group, Inc., on January 26, 2010.  The notice to proceed was issued February 17, 2010, and the preconstruction meeting was held February 19, 2010. The contractor worked on building new north and south bound outer roadways from mileposts 51.5 to 52.3 for the NJ Turnpike 6 to 9 Widening by adding three lanes north and south bound.  Contract 101 was completed on schedule on March 24, 2012, with a final inspection held on June 13, 2012.  This contract has been accepted by the NJ Turnpike Authority October 1, 2013.

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January 2011

 

Sections 1 & 2

Contract No. T 869.120.002
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Laurel Run Reforestation
NJ Turnpike Milepost 54.2
Township of Bordentown, Burlington County

 

The Laurel Run Reforestation contract was awarded February 17, 2010 to Central Jersey Landscaping, Inc.  This contract reforested 15.8 acres in the Township of Bordentown, Burlington County, at NJ Turnpike Milepost 54.2 with 5,770 trees and shrubs.  Notice to proceed by issued by the NJ Turnpike Authority on March 5, 2010. The contractor planted a variety of trees including Pine, Douglas Fir, Spruce, Cedar, Poplar, Holly, and Sweetgum, and the caliper of these tree ranged from 2 to 2 ½ inches and 12 to 14 feet in height.  Final inspection was conducted on July 7, 2010, and the NJ Turnpike Authority accepted the contract January 25, 2011.

 

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June 2012

 

Sections 1, 4, & 8
Contract No. T 869.120.001
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Freshwater Wetland Mitigation
NJ Turnpike Milepost 50.7 to 74.1
Townships of Mansfield (Burlington County), Robbinsville (Mercer County) & South Brunswick (Middlesex County)

 

This contract was awarded to A. Servidone, Inc. /  B. Anthony Construction Corp., A Joint Venture on May 20, 2010.  The notice to proceed was issued on May 27, 2010.  This contract constructed four freshwater wetland mitigation sites for Devils Brook (NJT Milepost 74.1, South Brunswick), Upper Crafts Creek  (NJT Milepost 51.2, Mansfield), Lower Crafts Creek (NJT Milepost 50.7, Mansfield), and Back Creek (NJT Milepost 60.0, Robbinsville).  This contract reached substantial completion June 15, 2011, and the Burlington, Freehold and Mercer County Soil Conservation Services were notified of completion. Final inspection for this contract was held on July 19, 2011, and the NJ Turnpike Authority accepted this contract on June 26, 2012.

 

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April 2013 – June 2014

 


Section 1
Contract No. T 869.120.102
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
North to South / South to North Outer Roadways, Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures & Lighting
Milepost 48.7 to 50.5
Townships of Springfield & Mansfield, Burlington County


Contract T869.120.102 Photo Gallery


IEW Construction Group was awarded the Widening Program Contract 102 on August 16, 2010, and Notice-to-Proceed followed on September 1, 2010. This contract widened the New Jersey Turnpike north and south bound, and included the construction of two new outer roadways. The southern limit of this contract at milepost 48.7 merges/diverges with the existing Turnpike roadway, while at the northern limit at milepost 50.5 the lanes will be fully separated inner and outer roadways when this section opens in 2014. Two new local roadway overpass structures at CR-543/Columbus-Florence Road and CR-628/Jacksonville-Hedding Road were constructed and the existing structures along the Turnpike at Crafts Creek and over Mill Lane were widened. The contractor has also built 12 retaining walls; drainage; 19 overhead sign structures; delineations; lighting; top soiling and seeding; and other miscellaneous items.  Substantial completion of this contract was achieved July 8, 2013, and the NJ Turnpike Authority inspected this contract on July 18, 2013.


Preparations of as-built drawings and finalization of contract are underway by the contractor.

 

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April – June 2014

 


Section 1
Contract T869.120.103
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 6 Ramps & North to South / South to North Outer Roadways, Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures, ITS, & Illumination
Milepost 50.5 to 51.5
Township of Bordentown, Burlington County


Contract T869.120.103 Photo Gallery 

 



This contract was awarded to George Harms Construction Company, Inc., on March 30, 2010.  The Preconstruction Meeting was held on April 23, 2010 and Notice to Proceed was issued on May 3, 2010. The contractor is working on building new north and south bound outer roadways from mileposts 50.5 to 51.5 for the NJ Turnpike 6 to 9 Widening and is building or reconstructing ramps to and from Interchange 6. The contractor has finished rebuilding the Mansfield Road and Columbus-Hedding Road bridges and has completed the NT bridge widening over Columbus-Hedding Road, the Ramp ST (South to Toll Ramp), TNI (Toll to North Inner Ramp) and the SIT (South Inner to Toll Ramp) structures over the NJ Turnpike. The contractor is also building a ramp for the toll to north bound outer roadway (TNO).


During this time period, the contractor worked on the Columbus-Hedding Road bridge area. The contractor placed common embankment and hydro seeded. He also conducted base course paving on the east and west approaches for the Columbus-Hedding Road bridge over the NJ Turnpike. At other areas of the contract, the contractor: installed beam guide rail on the southbound outer roadway; installed right-of-way fencing within the project limits; hydro seeded on the north and south bound outer roadway; installed electric wiring at sign structures; conducted drainage installation and basin construction; made a traffic shift to the north and south outer roadways in order for reconstruction work to begin on the inner roadway; and began demolition of sign structure foundations.


In the next month, the contractor anticipates opening the Columbus-Hedding Road bridge to traffic.


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April - June 2014


Contract No. T869.120.904
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
NSI and SNI Roadway Rehabilitation
Paving, Barrier, Bridge Repair and Reforestation Mile 47.4 to Mile 61.0



This contract was awarded January 28, 2014 and notice to proceed was issued February 17, 2014. Contract 904 allows for the rehabilitation of the north and south inner roadway from mileposts 47.4 to 61.0. The contractor will conduct paving, barrier installation, bridge repair and reforestation.


During this time period, the contractor: delivered trees to staging areas and mobilized planting operations; drew up planting layout and planting of trees; installed MPT devices on the inner roadways and ramps; milled and paved roadway; repaired bridge structures; installed wireless pavement sensors; and repaired barrier and placed concrete.


In the coming month, the contractor will continue with his construction activities including drainage work and deck repair on bridge structures.


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April – June 2014

 

Section 2
Contract No. T 869.120.201
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
North to South Outer /South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures, Lighting, Pavement Markings & Signing
Milepost 52.3 - 53.4
Township of Bordentown, Burlington County

 

Contract T869.120.201 Photo Gallery

 

This contract was awarded to South State Inc. on July 15, 2009.  The preconstruction meeting was held on August 3, 2009, and notice to proceed was issued August 21, 2009. This contract built new outer roadways north and south from mileposts 52.3 to 53.4 for the NJ Turnpike 6 to 9 Widening. The contractor also built a new State Police U-Turn Bridge (SPUT) and widened the bridge where the NJ Turnpike passes over Rt. 206. This contract is essentially complete as of July 25, 2012, and the contractor is in the process of completing his project close-out activities.

 

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April – June 2014

 

Section 2
Contract No. T 869.120.202
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
North to South Outer /South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving, & Structures
Milepost 55.1 – 56.5
Township of Bordentown, Burlington County

 

Contract T869.120.202 Photo Gallery


South State, Inc. was awarded this contract on December 18, 2009; the Notice to Proceed was issued on January 20, 2010. The contractor built new outer roadways north and south from mileposts 55.1 to 56.5 for the NJ Turnpike 6 to 9 Widening and rebuilt bridges spanning over the NJ Turnpike at Bordentown-Chesterfield Road and Ward Avenue. Both of these bridges have been reopened to traffic.


During this time period, the contactor worked on the punch list items within his contract.


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April – June 2014

 

Section 2
Contract No. T 869.120.203
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 7 Ramps & North to South Outer /South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures & Lighting
Milepost 53.4 to 55.1
Townships of Bordentown & Chesterfield, Burlington County

 

Contract T869.120.203 Photo Gallery

 

Union Paving & Construction Company, Inc. was awarded this contract on July 27, 2010; the Notice to Proceed was issued on August 27, 2010. This contract allows for: construction to widen the NJ Turnpike from milepost 53.4 to 55.1; construction of new bridges over Georgetown Road, Interchange 7 and Blacks Creek; and providing viaducts over Laurel Run Creek and the new exit ramps to Interchange 7. This contract reached substantial completion on September 25, 2013.


Contractor worked on guiderail installation and installation of overhead sign panels. In the coming time period, the contactor anticipates repairing flood damage and erecting sign structures.


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April 2012


Section 3
Contract No. T 869.120.301
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Utility relocation, S. Broad Str. grading, paving & drainage
Crosswick-Hamilton Square Rd. & Uncle Pete’s Rd.
Milepost 57.1 – 58.3
Hamilton Township, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.301 Photo Gallery

 

This contract was awarded to J.F. Creamer Co. on November 17, 2009 and Notice to Proceed was issued on December 21, 2009. This contract covers NJ Turnpike mileposts 57.1 to 58.3 and allows for relocating Uncle Pete’s Road, parallel to the NJ Turnpike, slightly west of its original location to accommodate the Widening of the NJ Turnpike and lowering Crosswicks-Hamilton Square Road to accommodate the new NJ Turnpike bridge that will be built over the road in Contract 302. Contract 301 provided for the relocation of public and private utilities prior to the start of Contract 302 which included the jacking of new utility conduit under the Turnpike at South Broad Street Bridge. Notice of Substantial Completion was issued on June 27, 2011, and the Final Inspection was held on July 18, 2011. The NJ Turnpike Authority accepted this contract April 25, 2012.


 

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April 2014

 

Section 3
Contract No. T 869.120.302
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures, and Lighting
Service Area 6 & Roadways
Mileposts 56.5 to 59.7
Townships of Chesterfield, Burlington County, & Hamilton & Robbinsville, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.302 Photo Gallery

 


This contract was awarded to South State, Inc. on November 18, 2010.  Notice to proceed was issued December 14, 2010. This contract allows for construction of three new lanes for the north and south bound outer roadway, reconstruction of local road bridges at South Broad Street (SBSt), Crosswicks-Hamilton Square Road (C-HSqRd), Yardville-Allentown Road (Y-ARd), and Merrick Road (MRd), four new service area flyover ramps on the Turnpike roadway, NJTA Maintenance District 3 U-Turn underpass, Doctors Creek Culvert extension, 17 new sign structures, and improvements to drainage, lighting and utilities.


During April, the contractor continued drainage construction and installation within his project limits. The contractor also: installed wiring and equipment for highway lighting and the Intelligent Traffic System (ITS); conducted paving; installed guiderail, sign structures, barriers, topsoil and seed; and conducted striping on the outer roadways north and south bound.


In the coming time period the contractor anticipates completing construction of the Uncle Pete’s Road intersection and reopening the road to traffic.  


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August 2014

 

Section 4

Contract No. T 869.120.401
Interchange # 7A, Local Roadways and Ramp Toll North Over I-195
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures, Lighting
Mileposts 59.7 to 60.9
Townships of Hamilton & Robbinsville, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.401 Photo Gallery 


This contract was awarded to IEW Construction Services Group, Inc., on August 13, 2009 and covers the Widening Program construction from NJ Turnpike milepost 59.7 to milepost 60.9.  This contract allowed for reconstruction of the Edgebrook Road (ER) and Robbinsville-Allentown Road (R-AR) bridges over the NJ Turnpike mainline, as well as the ramps and construction of a portion of the Toll North Ramp (TNR) for Interchange 7A, including a bridge, from over Route I-195 to Robbinsville-Allentown Road. Final inspection was held with the Mercer County Soil Conservation as well as with the NJ Turnpike Authority in August 2013.


During August, the contractor worked on the topsoil and seeding in his contract area.


July 2014
In July, the contractor reviewed the project area with Contract Management and the Mercer County Soil Conservation agency. The contractor will be touching up the topsoil and planting seed in the coming month. The contractor will also prepare for the upcoming August growing season.


June 2014
During June, the contactor worked on the punchlist items and anticipates finishing topsoil touch up and seeding in the coming time period.


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August 2014

 

Section 4

Contract No. T 869.120.402
Interchange # 7A, Toll Lanes, Ramps and North to South Outer / South to North Outer Roadways,  Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures & Lighting
Mileposts 59.7 to 62.0
Township of Robbinsville, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.402 Photo Gallery 


This contract was awarded to PKF-Mark III, Inc., on September 27, 2010, and Notice to Proceed was issued on October 25, 2010.  This contract constructed the new northbound (SNO) and southbound (NSO) outer roadways between NJT milepost 59.7 to milepost 62.0 as well as the reconstructed existing bridge at structures I-195 east and west bound bridges, West Manor Way (WMW) and two toll plaza ramps over the NJT, and construction of four flyover bridges from/to the Interchange 7A toll plaza. The contractor also extended the Interchange 7A toll plaza by building three additional toll lanes. Other structures built within this contract are: five retaining walls, two noise barriers and 17 sign structures.


In August, the contractor worked on paving roadway, and at the Interchange 7A toll plaza area, he completed setting EZ Pass and LED lights on all lanes. He also: completed removal and replaced existing light fixtures on the existing lanes; completed remaining signs and related electrical work in all lanes; drainage within toll plaza completed; worked on repair of fascia holes; worked on power washing; and painting the lanes in the toll plaza. On the I-195 bridges over the NJ Turnpike, the contractor worked on the replacement of west approach slab; once this is replaced, the contractor will shift westbound traffic to final configuration. The contractor will then repair the eastbound bridge surface and bridge approaches. The contractor has also a punch list, which he will be working on in the next month.


July 2014
During the month of July at the Interchange 7A toll plaza, the contractor completed work on toll lanes 5, 6 and 9. Lanes 6 and 9 opened to traffic 7/25/14 and lane 5 opened 7/29/14. Toll lanes 7 and 8 closed for work removing the existing lights and replacement with LED lights in late July. The contractor is also working on the removal of the toll booths at Islands B and C. Other work that was done by the contractor included installation of remaining variable message signs (VMS) and related electrical work and asphalt paving at the toll plaza entry and exit and at the Ramp TN and TN over I-195. The contractor also completed paving at the Ramp ST east approach. At the I-195 bridge over the NJ Turnpike, the contractor installed guiderail and also performed a traffic switch to the I-195 eastbound bridge on 7/30/14.


June 2014
During June, the contractor worked on and completed the variable height barrier along the TN Ramp and paved asphalt in this area. He also worked on the reconstruction of median barrier in several locations on the mainline. At the Interchange 7A Toll Plaza, the contractor conducted asphalt paving; he also worked on the lighting, sign installation, toll booth removal and construction of a gore between the TW and WT Ramps. At the eastbound I-195 bridge, the contractor completed parapet construction and removed the catch and overhang. He also worked on the east and west approaches and removed the temporary eastbound traffic shift. Work on the punchlist will continue in the coming month.


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July 2013

 

Section 5
Contract No. T 869.120.501
North to South Outer/South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving Structures & Signing
Milepost 65.6-66.7
Township of East Windsor, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.501 Photo Gallery

 

IEW Construction Group was awarded this contract June 15, 2009, and Notice to Proceed was issued July 13, 2010. Contract 501 allowed for the widening of the NJ Turnpike from milepost 65.6 to milepost 66.7 in the Township of East Windsor, NJ, including building extensions over culverts, noise barriers, sign structures and installation of signs, drainage and roadway lighting. The contractor submitted his Notice of Substantial Completion on May 17, 2011, and the final inspection of this contract occurred on June 2, 2011. The NJ Turnpike Authority accepted this contract July 24, 2013.

 

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May - July 2014

 

Section 5
Contract No. T 869.120.502
North to South Outer/South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving Structures & Signing
Milepost 62.0 – 63.4
Township of Robbinsville, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.502 Photo Gallery 


This contract was awarded April 23, 2010 to Rencor, Inc.  Notice to proceed was given to the contractor on May 10, 2010. This contract allowed for the construction of the new outer roadway north and south from mileposts 60.0 to 63.4 and built a new U-Turn bridge and reconstruction of the bridge structures over the NJ Turnpike at Gordon and Sharon Roads.


This contract is essentially complete as of June 21, 2013. NJ Turnpike Authority inspection of this contract was held on July 17, 2013. Punchlist work is in progress.


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April - June 2014

 

Section 5
Contract No. T 869.120.503
North to South Outer/South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving, & Structures
Milepost 63.4 – 65.6
Townships of Robbinsville & East Windsor, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.503 Photo Gallery 


This contract was awarded July 28, 2010 to Ferreira Construction Co., Inc. & Crisdel Group, Inc., A Joint Venture, and Notice to Proceed was issued on August 28, 2010. This contract allows for the construction of the new outer roadway north and south bound between milepost 63.4 to milepost 65.6 and construction of other structures crossing the NJ Turnpike at Assunpink Creek, Perrineville Road and Old York Road. Substantial completion of this contract was reached on June 4, 2014.


During this time period, the contractor worked on: guiderail installation; Right-of-Way (ROW) fence installation; sign pedestal construction; installation of slope protection at Old York Road; and construction of access path at Basin 5E.


In the coming time period, the contractor anticipates working on the approach roadway for Old York Road bridge over the NJ Turnpike and pouring concrete center median barriers for this bridge.


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May 2014

 

Section 5
Contract No. T869.120.003
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Brookland Mitigation Site
Perrineville Road, Monroe Township, Middlesex County 


The Brookland Mitigation Site contract was awarded August 28, 2012 to C. Abbonizio Contractors, Inc.  Notice to Proceed was issued October 4, 2012.  This contract allowed for construction of a freshwater wetland and riparian zone mitigation site on 400 plus acres of NJ Turnpike Authority land bordered by forest, the Millstone River, and Longstreet and Perrineville Roads in the Township of Monroe, Middlesex County.  It also included earthwork; grading; seeding; herbaceous wetland planting; reforestation; creation of vernal pool and wood turtle habitats; and 204.9 acres of stream corridor mitigation. Substantial completion of this contract was achieved July 8, 2013.


During this time period, the contractor worked on site inspection, and made plans for fall maintenance planting.

 

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April 2012

 

 

Section 6
Contract No. T 869.120.601
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 8 Grading, Drainage, & Structures, Milepost 67.5
Township of East Windsor, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.601 Photo Gallery

 

This contract was awarded to A Servidone Inc. /B. Anthony Construction Corp., JV on April 28, 2009; notice to proceed was issued June 10, 2009, and construction for this contract commenced on July 6, 2009.  Contract 601 provided for preliminary construction on the Interchange 8 toll plaza; common embankment for Etra Road; relocation and construction of the new Milford Road bridge over the toll plaza lanes; wet ponds, drainage, and retention walls. Construction for this contract has been completed, and Final inspection was held August 8, 2011. Contract 601 was accepted by the NJ Turnpike Authority on April 25, 2012.

 

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November 2013

 

Section 6
Contract No. T869.120.602
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 8 Utilities & Offsite Improvements
Milepost 67.5
Township of East Windsor, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.602 Photo Gallery

 

The bid date for this contract August 03, 2010, and on August 31, 2010, this contract was awarded to Crisdel Group, Inc. & Sordoni Construction Co. (JV).  Notice to proceed was issued on October 29, 2010. Contact 602 allowed for building new pump stations #7 on Ward Street and #9 on Daniel Street in East Windsor; building a new East Windsor DPW facility on Ward Street; and reconstruction of the IBEW Union 827 building on Ward Street, East Windsor. Final inspection was held September 26, 2012 and final acceptance by the Mercer County Soil Conservation District was achieved July 2013. Contract 602 is complete and was accepted by the NJ Turnpike Authority in November 2013.

 

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August 2014

 

Section 6
Contract No. T 869.120.603
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 8 – State Police U-Turn / Route 33 / Route 133, Milepost 67.5
Grading, Paving, Structures, Lighting, & Traffic Signals
Township of East Windsor, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.603 Photo Gallery 


The bid date for this contract was June 17, 2010.  This contract was awarded to Ferreira/Crisdel Joint Venture on July 28, 2010 and Notice to Proceed was issued on August 26, 2010.  Construction for this contract commenced on September 20, 2010.  This contract allowed for the construction of a single-point urban interchange (SPUI) ramp; reconstruction of the intersection of State Routes 133 & 33;  reconstruction of Milford Road; construction of the Interchange 8 ramp to Rt. 133 over Route 33 in East Windsor; and installation of lighting and traffic signals within the 603 contract area. The new Interchange 8 opened February 2013, and the old Interchange 8 was closed and demolished. Contract 603 reached substantial completion in November 2013. This contract is almost complete.


In August, the contractor completed: NJDOT ITS camera Level C test and walkthrough; installation of permanent signs throughout the project; and restored the contractor’s field office and storage yards to original condition. In the next month, the contractor will work on his punchlist items.


July 2014
During this month, the contractor began testing the ITS (Intelligent Traffic System) and cameras. The contractor also conducted a walkthrough of the project area with the NJDOT Traffic Signals & Safety personnel. Other work done included: delineator installation; permanent sign installation; SPUI bridge contrast striping; breakway ground mount signs installation; removal of Rt. 33 construction storage yard and Daniel Street construction entrance; and placed topsoil and seeded at the old storage yard and construction entrance and in other areas of the project as needed. The contractor has a punchlist, and will be working on these items in the coming month.


June 2014
The contractor tested the Intelligent Traffic System (ITS) and continued installation of signs throughout the project area. The contractor also completed during this time period: delineators installation; removal of construction driveway; raised pavement markers on Rts. 33 and 133; Rt. 33 construction yard restoration; and SPUI contrast striping. Other work done by the contractor included slope repair and seeding,  and the removal of the contractor’s office trailer. The contractor will work on his punch list and anticipates completing the ITS testing in July.


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February 2014

 

Section 6

Contract No. T 869.120.604
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 8 Toll Plaza, Milepost 67.5
Grading, Drainage, Paving, & Structures
Township of East Windsor, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.604 Photo Gallery

 


The bid date for this contract was May 25, 2010.  This contract was awarded to Crisdel Group, Inc., on July 28, 2010. Notice to Proceed was issued on August 26, 2010. This contract allowed for the construction of the new Interchange 8 Toll Plaza, building, and access tunnel. The new toll plaza administration building has been recognized by the award of a Silver LEED (Leadership in Energy & Engineering Design) certificate by the U.S. Green Building Council in April 2013. Final inspection for this contract was held on November 19, 2012. This contract was considered essentially complete July 26, 2012, and the New Jersey Turnpike Authority accepted Contract 604 in February 2014.


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August 2014

 

Section 6
Contract No. T 869.120.605
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 8 Ramps & North to South Outer / South to North Outer Roadways, Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures, Lighting, Pavement Markers and Signing, Mileposts 66.7 to 68.3
Township of East Windsor, Mercer County

 

Contract T869.120.605 Photo Gallery


The bid date for this contract was September 16, 2010.  On October 22, 2010 this contract was awarded to PKF-Mark III, Inc.  Contract 605 allowed: the construction of ramps for the egress/ingress from the new Interchange 8; construction of the new outer roadway lanes north and south from mileposts 66.7 to 68.3; construction of sound walls and retention walls; and installation of drainage, lighting and highway signs. A preconstruction meeting was held on November 18, 2010, and notice to proceed on this contract was issued November 15, 2010. The new Interchange 8 opened in February 2013. This contract is nearly complete.


In August, the contractor paved asphalt on local roadways and placement of curb and sidewalks is on-going. Other work also in progress includes: ROW fence installation; guiderail installation; and electrical work. Median barrier construction is completed and the contractor is also addressing his punchlist items. In the next time period, the contractor anticipates activating the message signs and continuing his construction work.


July 2014
During this month, the contractor completed roadway lighting infrastructure. The contractor continued work on: asphalt paving; ROW fence and guiderail installation; electrical work; curb and sidewalk construction; and median barrier construction. The contractor also is working on his punchlist and will continue with his construction activities into the next month.


June 2014
During the month of June, the contractor commenced asphalt paving throughout the project area. Other work in progress include: Right-of-Way (ROW) fencing; guiderail installation; electric installation; curb and sidewalk installation; and median barrier construction. In the coming month, the contractor anticipates activating the Message Signs (VMS and HCMS) within the 605 project area.


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July & August 2014

 

Contract No. T 869.120.701
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
North to South Outer / North to South Inner / South to North Inner / South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures, & Lighting
Mileposts 69.3 to Milepost 70.6
Township of Cranbury, Middlesex County

 

Contract T869.120.701 Photo Gallery

 


This contract was awarded to The Delaney Group, Inc. on January 7, 2011 and a preconstruction meeting was held on January 26, 2011.  Notice to proceed on this contract was issued January 21, 2011. This contract allowed for construction of the new out and inner roadways including new drainage upgrades on the NJ Turnpike north (SNO) and south (NSO) bound from mileposts 69.3 to 70.6, extended the NJ Turnpike bridge over Hightstown-Cranbury Station Road (NJT/HCSRd) to accommodate the new lanes, and built a new bridge at Cranbury Station Road over the NJ Turnpike (CSRd/NJT). The existing culvert carrying the Indian Run Brook under the NJ Turnpike was also extended.


During this time period, the contractor did the following work on the NJ Turnpike mainline: replaced median barrier found to be defective; and installed ROW chain link fence and monuments. At the NJ Turnpike bridge over Hightstown-Cranbury Station Road, the contractor: repaired concrete headers on the north and south bound inner roadway sides; painted and waterproofed  the bridge structure; continued installation of electric for under deck lighting system; and continued paving and striping of the road. At the Cranbury-Station Rd bridge over the NJ Turnpike, the contractor completed roadway paving  and completed curb installation.


In the coming time period, the contractor anticipates continuing painting and waterproofing the Hightstown-Cranbury Station Road bridge structure, and will complete the installation of ROW fence and monuments.


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July & August 2014

 

Section 7
Contract No. T 869.120.702
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
North to South Outer / South to North Outer Roadways
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures, & Lighting
Mileposts 68.3 to 69.3
Townships of East Windsor & Cranbury, Mercer/Middlesex Counties

 

Contract T869.120.702 Photo Gallery

 


Contract 702 was awarded to Union Paving & Construction Company, and a Notice to Proceed letter was issued August 30, 2011.  This contract allowed for construction of the outer roadway north and south from mileposts 68.3 to 69.3 including three lanes and shoulders; utility relocations; drainage; relocation of a portion of the Millstone River; seven overhead sign structures; two retaining walls; and bridge structures at Wyckoffs Mills Road/NJ Turnpike, Brick Yard Road/NJ Turnpike, NJ Turnpike northbound /Millstone River, NJ Turnpike southbound/ Millstone River and U-Turn bridge/NJ Turnpike. Substantial completion of this contract was reached September 18, 2013.


During this time period, the contractor worked on the Intelligent Traffic System (ITS) and tested the ITS. Other work done by the contractor included: utility relocation for the East Windsor MUA; VMS (Variable Message Signs) structures; and pothole repair. In the coming month, the contractor anticipates continuing working and testing the ITS and will also work on the contract punchlist.


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March 2013

 

Section 8
Contract No. T869.120.801
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
South to North Outer Roadway & Service Area 8N Ramps
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures & Lighting
Milepost 74.3 to 82.3
Townships of Hightstown, East Windsor, Milltown & East Brunswick, Middlesex County

 

Contract T869.120.801 Photo Gallery

 

Contract 801 was awarded on February 17, 2010 to D’Annunzio & Sons, Inc.  This contract allowed for the construction of a new shoulder along the northbound outer roadway between mileposts 74.3 to 82.3 in order to accommodate the widening of the NJ Turnpike; reconstruction of the existing SANI and SANO ramps for Service Area 8N; a new noise wall along SANO ramp near Service Area 8N; and construction of four overhead sign structures at MP 74.59 NO, 74.60 NI, 79.76 NO & 79.77 NI. A preconstruction meeting was held on February 24, 2010.  The Notice to Proceed letter was issued on March 5, 2010. Substantial completion was reached November 22, 2011. Final acceptance of this contract by the NJ Turnpike Authority was on March 26, 2013.

 

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July & August 2014

 

Section 8
Contract No. T869.120.802
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
Interchange 8A Ramp Toll South Inner (TSI) & Local Roadways, Grading, Drainage, Paving & Structures
Milepost 70.9 to 74.4
Townships of Cranbury, Monroe, & South Brunswick, Middlesex County

 

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This contract was awarded to D’Annunzio & Sons, Inc. on June 14, 2010 and notice to proceed was issued on June 24, 2010.  Contract 802 covers mileposts 70.9 to 74.4 and allowed for the construction of a new Interchange 8A Toll South Inner ramp (TSI), new bridge structures for the State Police U-Turn (SPUT), Cranbury Half Acre Road (CHAR) and Prospect Plains Road (PPR). This contract reached substantial completion on September 14, 2012.


During this time period, the contractor continued work on close-out submissions for this contract and his punch list. The contractor also worked on final testing for the security gates for the State Police barracks.


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July & August 2014

 

Contract No. T869.120.803
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program
NSO/SNO Roadways and Service Area 7S Ramps
Grading, Drainage, Paving, Structures & Lighting
Mileposts 70.6 to Milepost 82.6
Townships of Cranbury, Monroe, S. Brunswick, Milltown & E. Brunswick, Middlesex County

 

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This contract was awarded to Tetra Tech Construction, Inc., on March 14, 2012. A letter of Notice to Proceed was issued March 28, 2012 to the contractor. Contract 803 allows for the construction of the new outer roadway from mileposts 70.6 to 82.6, installation of sign structures, as well as the reconstruction of the ramps for Service Area 7S.


During this time period, the contractor conducted the following work within his project’s limits: installed guiderail and Right-of-Way (ROW) fencing; worked on roadway lighting on the mainline NJ Turnpike; placed topsoil and seed throughout his project area;  barrier relocation and removal; base and surface paving; final striping on the mainline; monument installation; VMS and HCMS sign erection;  installation of electric and Intelligent Traffic System (ITS); and rideability testing of the north and south bound inner roadway surface. In the next time period, the contractor anticipates continuing construction activities including sign removals and installation of rumble strips.


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October 2013

 

Contract No. T869.120.901
Advanced Fabrication of Overhead Span Sign Structures for Variable Message Signs and Variable Speed Limit Signs
NJ Turnpike Int. 6 to 9 Widening Program Area

 

This contract was awarded to RCC Fabricators, Inc., on August 13, 2009.  The contractor fabricated and delivered 41 support structures for the variable message and speed limit signs for the entire Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program. Substantial completion of this contract was reached November 22, 2011. The NJ Turnpike Authority accepted this contact October 1, 2013.

 

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July & August 2014

 

Contract No. T 869.120.902
Fabrication of Overhead Support Structures for Static Signs
NJ Turnpike Int. 6 to 9 Widening Program Area

 

This contract was awarded to RCC Fabricators, Inc., on September 15, 2009.  The contractor will be fabricating 100 sign support structures for static traffic signs for the entire Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program. The base order and contract change orders #1 and #2 have been completed. The total number of structures delivered to date is 100 out of 100 structures, plus 7 out of 7 structures from the change orders.


During this time period, the contactor continued modifications of type C junction box covers. 577 covers have been machined as of August; angles have been fabricated and delivered for 500 junction boxes along with the associated hardware. In the coming month, the contractor will continue with his modification activities.


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August 2014

 

Contract No. T 869.120.903
Advanced Fabrication of Overhead Span HCMS Support Structures
NJ Turnpike Int. 6 to 9 Widening Program Area 

 

This contract was awarded to Lehigh Fabrication, LLC, on June 21, 2010, and notice to proceed was issued on June 24, 2010. This contract allowed for constructing overhead span HCMS support structures. Substantial completion was reached on May 8, 2014, and final acceptance by the NJ Turnpike Authority was on August 12, 2014.


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