NJ Transit, Superstorm Sandy Recovery PMO

NJ Transit, Superstorm Sandy Recovery PMO

Project Overview

The Superstorm Sandy Recovery Project (SSRP) included the full repair of NJ Transit properties, equipment, bridges, stations, tracks, rolling stock, and signal, communications and power systems damaged by the massive 2012 hurricane. The project also provided for the hardening of select NJ Transit facilities against future storms. The overriding goal of the program was to complete the repairs within two years of funding, and in accordance with the requirements of myriad stakeholders, including the Federal Transit Administration, the Federal Railroad Administration, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, the New Jersey Department of Transportation, and the State Historic Preservation Office.

Envision provided overall program planning and resource allocation, including review of implementation schedules; review of the overall program schedule with respect to the industry and NJ Transit’s capacities to support construction; review of the project budget, schedules, change orders and claims; and preparation of cost and schedule trend analyses.

Project Information

Owner NJ Transit
Project Start May 2013
Project End May 2014
Project Cost $2B
Envision’s Role
  • Overall Program Planning
  • Resource Allocation
  • Imlementation Schedules Review
  • Overall Program Schedule Review
  • Ongoing Project Budget Review
  • Ongoing Schedules Change
  • Orders Review
  • Ongoing Claims Review
  • Ongoing Cost and Schedule Trend Analysis Preparation