New Jersey Department of Transportation, Pulaski Skyway Improvements and Deck Replacement
Originally opened in 1932, the Pulaski Skyway accommodates four travel lanes, two for northbound motorists (toward Jersey City) and two for southbound motorists (toward Newark). The Pulaski Skyway is an iconic New Jersey Bridge that stretches 3.5 miles in total across the Passaic and Hackensack Rivers. Its size and location should make it one of the area’s most vital and highly-functioning roads but due to traffic congestion and poor design it has struggled for decades to be what New Jersey hoped it would be for motorists.
NJDOT began the $1 billion rehabilitation project in 2014 to modernize the Skyway. For this phase of the massive project, Contract 4, the entire Pulaski Skyway bridge deck was replaced. During this time, although southbound travel continued, the northbound lanes were closed off.
For this phase of the Skyway’s rehabilitation, Envision reviewed and approved the Baseline CPM Schedule and provided monthly reviews, analysis, and updates.
- CPM Scheduling Services
- Construction Schedule Review
- Construction Schedule Analysis
- Review of Monthly Project Schedule Updates