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NJDOT Route 1 Improvements

In the fall of 2008 Creamer was awarded the contract for the reconstruction of Rte. 1 in North Brunswick, NJ by the New Jersey Department of Transportation. (Route 1 Section 6V)


The scope of work included the removal of the existing 4 lane overpass and the construction of a new six lane overpass. The new bridge would carry Rte. 1 over an access road to local properties. Major utility relocations were the first hurdle for the Creamer management team. Construction began in March of 2009 with the first of eight stages. Once the utilities were relocated the work began on the new roadways and bridge.


A drainage system was installed including over 11,000 LF of pipe and 107 drainage structures. Earthwork included 76,000 CY of roadway excavation while 80,000 SY of DGA and 70,000 tons of asphalt were placed. Other roadwork items included 18,000 LF of concrete curb, 2,400 LF of median barrier and 6,500 LF of guide rail.


Bridge items included 52 piles, 1,100 CY of concrete, 8,600 SF of MSE wall panels and 3,400 SF of temporary sheeting.







Route 1 Section 6V
Project Location: 
Route 1 between Milltown Rd. and Ryders Ln., North Brunswick
Project Status: 
Guide Rail
Heavy Construction
Utility Construction
Completion Date: 
Summer 2011