Project Management, Program Management, Transportation, Water and Environmental

Highlights

Paulsboro, New Jersey

Location

South Jersey Port Corporation

Client

$138.5 million

Cost

GREYHAWK provided program and construction management services to the South Jersey Port Corporation and Gloucester County Improvement Authority for a new deep-water marine terminal and associated site and infrastructure improvements along the Delaware River. The project scope included the Marine Terminal, a 190-acre site development and construction of a pile-supported wharf; dredging and structural fill placement; stormwater system installation; roadway construction; 2.5-miles of railroad track and staging; and installation of water, electrical, and sewer infrastructure. The Access Road and Bridge Project involved a new two-lane connector road and 890-foot-long steel and concrete bridge spanning the Mantua Creek. The Tidal Wetlands Mitigation Project, mandated by federal and New Jersey agencies, consisted of mitigating a former dredge material area and constructing a 20-acre tidal wetlands habitat. The Administration Building Project involved comprehensive interior renovation and reconstruction of a one-story, 4,500-sf building, along with new roofing and exterior painting.

GREYHAWK provided program oversight and monitoring, budget and schedule control, design review, and procurement consulting. Construction management services included reviewing construction contracts, specifications, and drawings for errors and omissions prior to public release for bids; evaluating and negotiating change orders; monitoring contractors’ CPM schedules; authoring project correspondence on behalf of the owner; monitoring construction budgets and preparing monthly reports; running on-site meetings; and reviewing all contractor invoices. GREYHAWK quality assurance functions involved monitoring pile-driving operations; reviewing testing; recording daily activities via inspection reports and photographs; and reviewing all work for quality and compliance with contract documents. Claims mitigation and close-out services included reviewing and responding to all contractor claims; participating in executive negotiations and mediation of contractor claims, and closing out contracts following completion of all documentation and training.

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