The Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation – Contract 3

Project Overview :

The Pulaski Skyway, which opened in 1932, is a vital transportation link in northern New Jersey. It is part of the Route 1 & 9 Corridor which links the Holland Tunnel with Newark. The Skyway is a 3.5 mile long, four lane steel deck truss viaduct with two 550-foot long cantilevered Pratt trusses crossing 135 feet above the Hackensack and Passaic Rivers. The structure, which is supported on concrete piers, carries over 70,000 vehicles each day, and is a major commuting route into Manhattan. Working closely with China Construction, Garden State is providing horizontal and vertical survey control for the $335 million rehabilitation project, as well as construction layout and investigative as-built surveys.

Service: Surveying

Sector: Bridges/Tunnels, Construction, Transportation