The first project in NJ to use corrosion monitoring system with stainless steel reinforcing bars was done by RCC in the major construction of a new direct connection off-ramp from southbound Garden State Parkway to eastbound Route 80.
As part of PSE&G's ongoing commitment to improve electrical capacity and reliability to their customers, RCC was contracted to complete the project that added two new 230kV overhead transmission circuits and three new 230kV underground circuits in the South Jersey area.
A long-standing relationship with the Boys & Girls Club of Paterson and Passaic has offered RCC Builders & Developers, Inc. the opportunity to complete many rehabilitation projects to each club that represent centers of activity for the neighborhood youth.
10,000 SF addition to the International Union Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 825 Training Center in Wawayanda, NY. The site will allow Local 825 to provide hands on training of operation and maintenance of heavy construction equipment.
"The Ben Franklin Bridge Track Rehab project is a testament to what can be accomplished with an experienced, knowledgeable, safety minded contractor."
DRPA Chief Engineer
Railway Track & Structures February 2016
During the highly publicized first summer shutdown for the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge Superstructure Replacement project, RCC completed the replacement of MBTA railroad tracks within a 17-day shutdown.
Removal and replacement of the existing track fastening system along the Westmont Viaduct for the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO).
Iconic Sphere welcomed home at the new World Trade Center.
Complete modernization of the third busiest Long Island Rail Road station, Hicksville. Aesthetic improvements have made the new station one of the most attractive in New York.
The newly constructed Monmouth University Kessler Stadium outshines its predecessor and kicks off the season with an opening day win!
Replacement of the functionally obsolete Goethals bridge with a structure that includes state-of-the-art smart bridge technology, will benefit the public for decades to come!
In the low lying hamlet of Keansburg, Beach Electric Co. performed all electric and low-voltage cabling work on the newly constructed Police Headquarters, raising the building above flood level.
Fast tracked design and fabrication of 7,330 LF safety means fencing, standing 9 feet tall for the new 10-foot-wide sidewalk/bike way addition to the northern edge of the New Jersey bound roadway of the Goethals Bridge.
The latest Tie-Master XL™ is fully loaded with Parker Load Sense Piston Pump and Electro Hydraulic Proportional Control Assembly, IQAN Electronic MD3 Display and Controls, Dual Joysticks and more!