The small town of Harrison, NJ, formerly an industrial center, is re-inventing itself as a major commuter hub for travel to New York City.
Reconstruction of essential culvert and road realignment at the third largest port in the country.
US 17 in Downtown Charleston, known as the Crosstown, is a major artery for the City and has been plagued with flooding for many years. It is critical that this route remain an efficient lifeline for emergency response vehicles, commuters, and those evacuating in times of imminent hurricanes.
The impact of the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 is still felt by the New Orleans region almost 10 years later.
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.
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.
Conti performed this design-build project repairing major jetty and dike systems to protect communities in six locations along the Gulf of Mexico.