Corbin Street, a primary north-south roadway serving New Jersey Marine Terminals Port Newark and Port Elizabeth, is supported structurally by Berth 3 - one of the Port Facility’s oldest wharf structures. After a partial collapse of the seawall due to marine borer activity, the site has been actively under construction to meet PANYNJ’s high standards for quality, safety, durability and reliability.
Work to be performed is construction of temporary utility supports which cross the culvert at Berth 3; reconstruction of the culvert structure; provide closure between the wharf structures at Berth 2 and Berth 3; realignment of Corbin Street including excavation, backfill, grading, drainage, and paving; and other related work at Corbin Street and Berth 3 and the vicinities thereof at Ports Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey.
This project will increase the Port’s ship berthing capacity as well as improve upon the safety and efficiency of terminal truck traffic to and from the Ports, extending Conti’s expertise in construction of marine projects while continuing our delivery of superior construction services to our clients.
The team will safely manage construction activities while avoiding any potential impact to current operations of the Port and adjacent Newark Liberty International Airport.
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