With Conti Civil’s diverse work history, constructing various heavy civil structures ranging from dams to ferry terminals, we are prepared to construct the most complex heavy civil projects. Our robust equipment fleet located at our regional yards assists in our ability to mobilize and execute efficiently.
Conti is performing construction of the associated site and utility infrastructure to serve the new building. Conti is performing all of the excavation, support of existing structures, and backfilling of the new building foundations, as well as relocating the existing utilities around the site.
The project consists of a cut-to-fill operation with site excavation and grading to a subgrade of 23,000 cy. Conti will perform grading for the building pad, roadway, sidewalks, playground, and grass area.
This project will develop a new campus for the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services with the relocation of DHHS functions currently located at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina.
This corridor provides access to one of the Port Authority’s marine facilities that makes up the largest and busiest cargo gateway on the East Coast.
Reconstruction of essential culvert and road realignment at the third largest port in the country.
Conti managed this massive design-build effort, organizing nearly 50 subcontractors and trades to deliver ferry terminal renovations on time and budget.
In response to increasing commuter volume into New York City, Conti constructed this new, state-of-the-art port facility to include significant savings through value engineering.
As New York and New Jersey’s most valuable container ship facility, the Port Newark Elizabeth Marine Terminal is a major component of the PANYNJ.
Conti received the American Council of Engineering Company’s national Honor Award for Water Resources and the Association of State Dam Safety Officials’ National Rehabilitation Project of the Year.