101 East Broadway, Hackensack, New Jersey 07601 | 1.800.327.8276

Services | Heavy Construction

Heavy Construction

J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. maintains in-house capabilities to perform many types of Heavy Construction projects. Our Project Managers, Superintendents, and Project Engineers backed by our skilled union labor work force can tackle even the most complicated of projects.

From large excavators and cranes to small compactors and pumps, our fleet of modern equipment is extensive and complete. With  2,000 pieces in our modern fleet we are able to service all types of h

Heavy Construction projects.

We perform numerous types of heavy construction projects for both the public and private sector each year. Although the projects differ, the one constant we bring to work every day are our core values of Safety, Quality, Reliability, Integrity, and Productivity.

Let us take on your next Heavy Construction challenge and show you how we can provide you with the highest quality product, on time and under budget.

  • Bridge Construction & Repair
  • Culverts (Pre-cast & Cast in Place)
  • Sound Walls
  • Highways, Roads, Runways
  • Guide Rail Installation & Repair
  • Overhead Signs / Sign Structures
  • Retaining Walls
  • Piles & Pile Caps
  • Steel Sheeting
  • Bulk Heads and Breakwaters
  • Foundations & Footings
  • Concrete Work
  • Parking Garages
Recent Heavy Construction
Client: PSE&G
Services: Heavy Construction, Utility Construction

In 2013 J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. (Creamer) contracted with PSE&G to construct 14 tower foundations in the Delaware Water Gap National Park located in the Kittatinny Mountains of northwest New...

Client: City of Hackensack
Services: Heavy Construction

The replacement of the Court Street Bridge, built in 1908, began in 2010. The Joint Venture of Creamer / Sanzari JV accomplished the task of removing the superstructure of the swing bridge that would be...

Client: -
Services: Guide Rail, Heavy Construction, Sign Structure, Utility Construction

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) began a very large project to widen a section of the Turnpike from Exit 6 in Mansfield Township, north to Exit 9 in New Brunswick. Numerous large projects were awarded ...