Bids to go out for NJDOT dredging projects

New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials have announced that the Department’s Office of Maritime Resources is planning to advertise contracts for maintenance and capital dredging projects in the Delaware River and NY/NJ Harbor regions of the state in early 2022.

According to NJDOT, the work that will go out to bid in 2022 is in addition to ongoing maintenance work in the Atlantic coastal region.

NJDOT also added that the new work areas will include larger volume projects that may require larger equipment and/or mechanical equipment that has not typically been required for NJDOT’s coastal assets.

Office of Maritime Resources (OMR) has three projects that will go out for bid in early 2022:

  • Salem Wind Port Access Channel Dredging Project
    Proposed Advertised Month : January, 2022
    Estimate Range : $10,000,001.00 – $20,000,000.00
  • Carteret Ferry Terminal Dredging Project
    Proposed Advertised Month : January, 2022
    Estimate Range : $1,000,001.00 – $5,000,000.00
  • South Amboy Ferry Terminal Dredging
    Proposed Advertised Month : March, 2022
    Estimate Range : $1,000,001.00 – $5,000,000.00

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