JMT staff joined Camden County, NJ, and local officials to celebrate the opening of the East Atlantic Avenue Bridge on July 19 – four months ahead of its original schedule.

Our Construction Management and Inspection Services staff worked on the bridge replacement over Nicholson Road. The project included replacing the existing bridge structure, abutments, piling, roadway approaches, drainage improvements, and utility relocations, as well as shop drawing and document reviews.

“This bridge replacement project has been completed on budget and four months ahead of schedule,” said Susan Shin Angulo, liaison to the Department of Public Works. “Each year the Freeholder Board identifies roadways and bridges that are in need of maintenance and improvement across our region. We have long-viewed these as some of the most important and most critical investment decisions we can make for our residents.”

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