Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, I-78 Maintenance Garage Renovation and Addition

Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, I-78 Maintenance Garage Renovation and Addition

Project Overview

The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, faced with an outdated and inefficient maintenance garage embarked upon a 6,000 SF renovation of its existing facility and the construction of a 13,000 SF addition. The current garage, opened in the late 1980s., has been inefficient in keeping up with current interstate highway traffic demands.

Project elements include:

  • Installation of high-efficiency and fully automated lighting, life safety, heating, and ventilation systems.
  • Expansion of the current salt storage dome vestibule to maximize its capacity.
  • Improvement of emergency access to I-78.
  • Construction of new storage tanks for brine and magnesium chloride, chemical mixtures DRJTBC uses in winter storm response situations.
  • Erection of a canopy between the DRJTBC’s nearby toll plaza and the Pennsylvania Welcome Center that also houses some DRJTBC administrative offices.
  • A sewer pump station.
  • A new fueling island canopy and fuel dispensing pumps.

Envision provided scheduling services including developing the baseline schedule and providing monthly updates. Further, Envision provided a cost estimate review for the project.

Project Information

Owner Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (DRJTBC)
Project Start March 2016
Project End September 2017
Project Cost $586K
Envision’s Role
  • CPM Scheduling Services
  • Construction Schedule Review
  • Construction Schedule Analysis
  • Review of Monthly Project Schedule Updates
  • Cost Estimating