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NJTA Facilities Improvement Program Management Design

NJTA Facilities Improvement Program Management Design

Project Overview

The New Jersey Turnpike Facilities Improvement Program consists of the design and construction of four new NJ State Police Barracks, the rehabilitation of toll collection facilities, significant new construction or renovations to 16 Maintenance Districts, the addition of five new salt storage facilities, and the construction of a Central Inventory Facility. Envision is a sub consultant to Hill International in providing program management services for the entire program, and construction management and inspection services at 22 different sites in support of this $500 Million capital program.

Envision is responsible for developing the design schedules for the New Jersey Turnpike facilities. Responsible for integrating the individual design and construction schedules developed by the design consultants into the master schedule, and to provide technical support in the use of P6 to the design consultants. The Program will bring maintenance buildings on both the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway into a state-of-good repair, ensuring that NJTA's assets will function safely and efficiently well into the future. To date, detailed survey reports, condition assessments, and scoping documents have been prepared and will be the basis for the Program moving forward. In addition to maintenance buildings, the Program will also include the immediate repair of Turnpike toll plaza buildings/tunnels in order to address current deficiencies and to extend their reliable service for an additional 10 years.

Envision Consultants was a subconsultant to the JPC Group, Inc., the construction manager for this project. Envision is responsible for CPM Scheduling services, including the development of the baseline schedule with follow-up monthly progress updates to the baseline schedule.

Project Highlights

  • Owner: New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA)
  • Client: Hill International
  • Project Start: September 2012
  • Project End: December 2016
  • Estimated Cost: $350 million

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