Utilities

The energy infrastructure is divided into three interrelated segments, including: electricity, petroleum, and natural gas. The U.S. electricity segment contains more than 6,413 power plants (this includes 3,273 traditional electric utilities and 1,738 nonutility power producers) with approximately 1,075 gigawatts of installed generation.

Approximately 48 percent of electricity is produced by combusting coal (primarily transported by rail), 20 percent in nuclear power plants, and 22 percent by combusting natural gas. The remaining generation is provided by hydroelectric plants (6 percent), oil (1 percent), and renewable sources (solar, wind, and geothermal) (3 percent).

The heavy reliance on pipelines to distribute products across the nation highlights the interdependencies between the Energy and Transportation Systems Sector. Pipeline Systems consist of vast networks of pipeline that traverse hundreds of thousands of miles throughout the country, carrying nearly all of the nation’s natural gas and about 65 percent of hazardous liquids, as well as various chemicals.

These include approximately 2.2 million miles of natural gas distribution pipelines, about 168,900 miles of hazardous liquid pipelines, and more than 109 liquefied natural gas processing and storage facilities.

Garden State has been involved from its inception in the fields of the Alaskan Pipeline, where our original founder was an instrumental leader in providing the surveying services in that distant wilderness to the various construction contractors. His tradition of excellence and perseverance has continued within the legacy of Garden State and its people. We continue the tradition by working on projects involving co-generation plants, wind, solar, and emerging energies.

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Our Projects

Goethals Bridge Replacement – PANYNJ Contract No. UPTBT13026 (Crisdel Group Inc.)

Goethals Bridge Replacement – PANYNJ Contract No. UPTBT13026 (Crisdel Group Inc.)

Route 120

Route 120

Route US 1 & 9 (Pulaski Skyway) (CCA Civil Inc.)

Route 18 over Route 1, New Brunswick, NJ

Route 18 over Route 1, New Brunswick, NJ

Replacement of Existing Water Siphon bet. Staten Island and Brooklyn, New York, NY

Replacement of Existing Water Siphon bet. Staten Island and Brooklyn, New York, NY

Route 7, Hackensack River (Wittpenn) Bridge, Contract 1 – River Piers & Pier Protection System (DP#11111) NJDOT

Route 7, Hackensack River (Wittpenn) Bridge, Contract 1 – River Piers & Pier Protection System (DP#11111) NJDOT

Route 7 (1953) Hackensack River Wittpenn Bridge, Contract 3, Main Lift Span and Kearny Approach (CCA Civil Inc.)

Route 7 (1953) Hackensack River Wittpenn Bridge, Contract 3, Main Lift Span and Kearny Approach (CCA Civil Inc.)

The Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation – Contract 3

The Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation – Contract 3

Route 46-Route 23 Interchange Improvements

Route 46-Route 23 Interchange Improvements

Newark Bay Bridge

Newark Bay Bridge

Driscoll Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Driscoll Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Bronx-Whitestone Bridge – Replacement of the Bronx Approach

Bronx-Whitestone Bridge – Replacement of the Bronx Approach

CSX Bridge No. 1.63 of the “Highline” over Amtrak Yard Philadelphia, PA

CSX Bridge No. 1.63 of the “Highline” over Amtrak Yard Philadelphia, PA

Interchange at US Route 22 & Chimney Rock Road

Interchange at US Route 22 & Chimney Rock Road

Park Avenue Over Route 3

Park Avenue Over Route 3

Hackensack River Wittpenn Bridge

Hackensack River Wittpenn Bridge