KCC was contracted by the Gloucester County Improvement Authority on its Stage 1 Rail & East Parcel Development to redevelop a former BP Refinery into a new terminal to be operated by Holt Logistics.
Contract PMT-013 is the first of two back-to-back, fixed-price contracts totaling $22.5 Million that KCC successfully performed at the new 175-Acre Marine Terminal on the Delaware River in Paulsboro, NJ. KCC worked directly for the Gloucester County Improvement Authority (GCIA), which is the contracting agent for the operator of the facility, the South Jersey Port Corporation.
Through a well-coordinated and organized approach, KCC was able to meet the aggressive deadlines established for both contracts. All work was completed on-time and on budget, and within an 18-month period. Most of the work was self-performed by KCC’s crews, with specialty subcontractors performing the drilling work, electrical work, and the railroad track work.
After KCC had been working on the Paulsboro Marine Terminal project for several months the on-site Construction Manager wrote the following unsolicited endorsement of KCC’s Project Team:
“In the past 4 months working with the KCC team on the Paulsboro Marine Terminal, it is very apparent Kyle Conti Construction is a first-class professional organization. I find the entire KCC team, from laborer to superintendent, to be safety conscientious, operationally efficient and quality minded. This spirit comes from the leadership of Kyle Conti who I find extremely passionate in the manner in which he runs his construction company.”
KCC also appreciated the opportunity of working with the GCIA, the Engineer of Record - CH2M, and the Construction Manager – AECOM, as a team on this important new marine terminal for the GCIA / SJPC.