SCDOT needed a new interchange along I-26 to provide direct access to the newly-built Volvo Manufacturing Facility providing 2,000 jobs to local workers.
One of the busiest and most congested interchanges in New Jersey, the intersection of I-295, I-76 and Route 42 in Camden County handles daily traffic volumes of over 250,000 vehicles and has one of the highest accident rates in the state.
At one of the world’s largest and most heavily trafficked airports, Conti helps Newark Liberty maintain its aviation fueling system to industry and environmental standards.
The new bridge will relieve major traffic congestion and enhance the Morehead City downtown area.
The heavily traveled New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) is a major traffic artery for the Greater New York City area.
The impact of the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 is still felt by the New Orleans region almost 10 years later.
The bridge now serves over 200,000 commuters each day as a major connection between Queens and the Bronx via Interstate 678 over the East River in New York City.
Serving over 240,000 vehicles per weekday, the Alfred E. Driscoll over the Raritan River is one the busiest commuter links in the U.S.
To reduce damages from rainfall flooding in New Orleans and the surrounding parishes, the Southeast Louisiana (SELA) Drainage Program constructed new pumping stations and better drainage canals and culverts throughout the area.
The goal of this project is to achieve 100-year flood protection and to serve the Plaquemines Parish by maintaining a safe hurricane evacuation route to the northern parts of Louisiana.
Overcoming many obstacles, Conti completed the last segment of this huge flood wall 30% ahead of schedule to bring New Orleans levees up to the 100-year flood protection level before the next hurricane season.
Named a Best Project of 2015 by Engineering News-Record, this new black start system provides immediate power regeneration in the event of an electricity outage emergency.
Conti performed this design-build project repairing major jetty and dike systems to protect communities in six locations along the Gulf of Mexico.
In response to increasing commuter volume into New York City, Conti constructed this new, state-of-the-art port facility to include significant savings through value engineering.
Conti received the American Council of Engineering Company's national Honor Award for Water Resources and the Association of State Dam Safety Officials' National Rehabilitation Project of the Year.
Conti helped link historic and modern downtown Newark, enabling the city to continue to set the standard for urban transformation.
As America's oldest airfield and home to the first commercial airline terminal, Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) made aviation history when it opened in 1928.
The world’s largest commercial jet is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine mega airplane.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Newark’s Broad Street Station is both historic and functional, serving as a major transfer facility for over 27,000 New Jersey commuters per day.
In a landmark project for the state of New Jersey, and the nation as a whole, New Jersey Transit called for the construction of the 34-mile long Southern New Jersey Light Rail Transit System (SNJLRTS).
Large vehicles could not easily pass under railroad bridges on Long Island.
NJ's Secaucus Junction currently offers unparalleled commuter convenience, but this was not always so.
Thousands of newly recruited Air Marshals needed a new training facility in response to the attacks of September 11, 2001.
The US's largest airport system was overwhelmed with customers.
Serving nearly 260,000 New Jersey and New York passengers per week, the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) system has provided a popular and safe underground public mass transit network for over 100 years.
Hundreds of flights carrying thousands of passengers fly out of Newark each day. To meet increasing demands, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) needed to extend its main runway closest to the terminal to accommodate pilots carrying heavier loads requiring longer takeoffs.