Route 35 Superstorm Sandy Restoration
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Superstorm Sandy made landfall in Mantoloking and Bay Head, New Jersey on the night of October 29, 2013, causing major damage and creating 3 breaches in the barrier island towns. Route 35 is a major artery for the public traveling to the various beach towns in the area.

The scope of the work for the project consisted of a total reconstruction of a 3.5-mile stretch of Route 35. The reconstructed roadway consisted of 22,433 linear feet of drainage pipe, 284 drainage structures, 14,365 linear feet of water pipe and 10,615 linear feet of sanitary pipe installed prior to laying 61,500 tons of asphalt. 4 pump stations were constructed at the end of four side streets. The drainage lines from Route 35 were routed to the pump stations and discharged into the bay behind a newly constructed steel sheet pile bulkhead.

  • Client: New Jersey Department of Transportation
  • Location: Mantoloking, NJ
  • Dollar Amount: $44M
  • Year Completed: 2015
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