With such a high level of importance, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey saw the need for extra security measures within the terminal, including a new barrier protection system with removable bollards at special locations, fixed bollards, and two electronically operated hydraulic crash gates.
Conti performed all security installations. The team quickly installed approximately 70,000 pounds of steel reinforcement and roughly 300 CY of concrete to fortify the strength of all bollard foundations.
Safety of both the public and construction crews was extremely important, so Conti implemented extra measures. These included barricades, plastic drums, portable barriers, signs, temporary lane closures and temporary striping, all to protect the public from construction hazards. Once again, the team completed a successful project, bringing an added benefit to EWR.
Conti completed the project with minimal interference to the thousands of pedestrians and vehicles that utilize the terminal daily.
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Conti mobilized 100% of project crews within four days to clear 174,000 tons of hurricane waterway debris along the Atlantic Coast.
Conti’s LEED Silver qualified facility provided more than $1.5 million in cost savings for the New Jersey Department of Military and Veteran Affairs.