Route 72 Pavement Preservation Project

Responsibilities

  • On-site Project Construction Inspection
  • Provide Resident Engineer with On-site Technical Support
  • Respond to Contractor Correspondence
  • Record Meeting Minutes
  • Prepare Inspection Reports
  • Respond to Requests for Work Orders and As-builts
  • Review Equal Employment Opportunity Documentation
  • Provide Resident Engineer with Quantities for Monthly Payment Vouchers
  • Final Inspection
  • Resolution of punch-list activities
  • Prepare Closeout Documentation

Owner

New Jersey Department of Transportation

Project Details

Keller Engineers administered the construction inspection for this 18.4-mile roadway rehabilitation project. The project was comprised of MPT, micro milling, HMA milling and pavement repairs, slurry seal aggregate type II, slurry seal emulsion, asphalt rubber seal, polymerized joint adhesive, tack coat, HMA surface course, micro-paving joints, temporary/permanent traffic striping, VMS signing, rumble strips, removal/new RPMs, stabilized turf and silt fence construction activities.

Project Uniqueness/Challenges

The majority of work was performed from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am.

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We have been working with Keller Engineers of New Jersey and have found the firm to exhibit the highest quality of professional engineering. They are exceptionally responsive, supportive, and versatile in all aspects of engineering. The staff is well trained and educated in the forefront of technology. Keller Engineers takes both responsibility and pride in satisfying their customers of which we are grateful to be included. Joe Myers Chief Operating Officer Camden Community Partnership

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