Conti Civil continues to prove we are the contractor of choice when working in demanding environments that require precise planning and seamless execution while maintaining our long-developed safety culture. Freight, commuter, or light rail transit systems, Conti continues to exceed its clients’ expectations.
Bridge No. 87 is located on NC 33 over Norfolk Southern Railroad, in Pitt County. NC 33 is the main route from Grimesland to Greenville with a high amount of truck traffic and school buses.
This Project completely modernizes the existing Harrison Southwest Station and will feature glass and steel construction.
Conti performed Phase 1 of the ICTF project, which involved the demolition of dilapidated buildings, site grading and surcharge, and paving of portions of the 130-acre site to support future infrastructure development.
The North Highway Bridge, Montauk Highway Bridge and Shinnecock Canal Bridge, built about 100 years ago, required rehabilitation.
Conti helped link historic and modern downtown Newark, enabling the city to continue to set the standard for urban transformation.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Newark’s Broad Street Station is both historic and functional, serving as a major transfer facility for over 27,000 New Jersey commuters per day.
Connecting major shipping facilities at two ports, the Oak Island Rail Yard is an important rail car storage area for east coast rail routes.
Conti overcame unique challenges to perform the complex renovations of the F Tunnel.
In a landmark project for the state of New Jersey, and the nation as a whole, New Jersey Transit called for the construction of the 34-mile long Southern New Jersey Light Rail Transit System (SNJLRTS).