NJTA Facilities Improvement Program Construction Management
The Facilities Improvement Program (Program) is a $500 million program. Final Design began in 2013 and construction is scheduled for completion in 2018. The principal goal of the Program is to bring the Authority's facilities on both the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway into a state of good repair. Many of the Authority's facilities date back 60 years to the opening of the two roadways and are in need of replacement or upgrades. Over the years, various facility modifications and additions have been constructed, all of which are being reviewed under this Program. The Program is comprised of five (5) main components, namely: 1) the construction of four (4) State Police stations; 2) the rehabilitation of toll facilities on the New Jersey Turnpike at 23 locations; 3) upgrades to 19 Maintenance Districts located on both the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike; 4) the construction of a Backup Traffic I Data Management Center; and 5) the construction of a Central Inventory Facility.
Envision is responsible for the management of project controls. The full time project controls manager coordinated and reviewed the initial baseline schedules and the monthly update schedules for 25 individual maintenance yards and facilities along the NJ Turnpike and Garden State Parkway. Provided technical support in the use of P6 to the construction contractors. Managed and coordinated five schedulers who assist in the review of the monthly schedule submissions by the contractors. A detailed schedule analysis was performed to mitigate any potential claims.
- Owner: New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA)
- Client: Hill International
- Project Start: December 2016
- Project End: December 2018
Estimated Cost: $500 million