Power & Utilities
As societal demand for the effective power and utilities steadily increases, so does the consistent and reliable supply needs as well as concern over greenhouse gas emissions from the sources.
By using power more efficiently, renewable energy sources, and implementing smart technologies, KCC partners with energy and utilities industries to work toward a more sustainable energy future.
With nearly two decades of experience operating in complex environments, a commitment to safety, and an emphasis on quality, KCC offers quick responses and inspired solutions that address our clients’ needs to provide reliable and efficient service. KCC offers a full-service utility arm supporting all markets and the ability to build new projects from the ground up.
Amtrak Raised Platform & Cable Tray Walkways
Kyle Conti Construction, LLC competitively bid and won this challenging design-build, fast-track construction contract with Amtrak as part of the New Jersey High Speed Rail Improvement Project on the North East Corridor (NEC) from Trenton to New Brunswick, NJ.
KCC managed and scheduled all work at the site, and worked very closely with its consulting engineer, steel fabricators, and vendors to produce and deliver custom fabricated steel structures and other components on an accelerated basis to meet the aggressive deadlines set by Amtrak. The work performed in this contract allows Amtrak to install new cables and equipment for upgrades to the ET (Electric Traction) and C&S (Communications and Signal) infrastructure along this section of the NEC.
ExpressRail Compressor Building
The 400-square-foot compressor building is an important component of the Phase 2A ExpressRail project in Port Newark, NJ.
The compressor building was constructed as part of expanding the intermodal rail facility from two tracks to four tracks.
This building distributes compressed air and power to the expanded intermodal rail facility that is owned by Conrail and is served by Norfolk Southern and CSX Railroads. As part of KCC’s prime contract with PANYNJ, the compressor building was constructed as part of expanding the intermodal rail facility from two tracks to four tracks. This expanded rail yard provides direct rail access to the Port Newark Container Terminal (PNCT) that is located across Corbin Street from the rail yard.
Despite the rather small footprint of the compressor building, it operates as the operational heart of the intermodal facility and thus required a great deal of coordination and attention to construct.