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ACTT Workshop: New Jersey
November 16-18, 2004, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Appendix C (continued): Skill Set Reporting Forms

Construction Skill Set

Idea (Short Name) Idea (Detailed Description) Implementation Details (Barriers, Skill Set Coordination, etc.)
Construct a temporary ramp for SR-42 SB to the Missing Moves project to I-295 SB.  
  • Allows construction of ramp F, part of ramp C and falsework on I-295 bridge without traffic.
  • Capacity of Missing Moves project must be able to handle added traffic volumes.
Construct a temporary ramp from I-295 NB to the Missing Moves project to SR-42 NB.  
  • Allows for improved construction staging at newly constructed I-295. Additional costs will be offset by a shorter construction duration and lower contract bids.
Detour traffic using the NJTPK.  
  • Segregates I-295 through traffic. Allows for accelerated construction. Eliminate tolls during this stage of construction.
Construct interchange at SR-42 and the NJTPK.  
  • Segregates I-295 through traffic.
Allow for closure of I-295 for short durations.  
  • Will need advanced public relations.
Build prefabricated structures and other elements offsite.  
  • Minimizes disruption to traffic and provides cost savings.
Consider use of reversible barrier.  
  • Increases traffic capacity during construction.
Contractors staging area and casting yard.  
  • Eases construction. Saves money.
Modify Browning Road grade.  
  • Reduces heights of I-295 structures. Reduces cost of mainline work ($50 to $100 million). Reduces impacts to Victory Drive. Reduces impacts geometrically. Reduces noise and visual impacts. Reduces construction duration by approximately one year. Requires reassessment of Bellmar homes.
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