Project Team

* = Key Contacts for project information
Email: kingslandavenuebridge@gmail.com

Bergen County Department of Planning & Engineering

Joseph A. Femia, P.E., Department Director / County Engineer
Joseph Baladi, P.E., P.P., CME, Division Head-Planning (Bergen County Project Manager) *
Martin Maver, P.E., Principal Bridge Engineer
Adam Camerlengo, Assistant Project Coordinator

Essex County Division of Engineering

Sanjeev Varghese, P.E., P.P, Public Works Director / County Engineer
Luis E. Rodriguez, Assistant County Engineer
Andres F. Gomez-Ortiz, P.E., Principal Engineer

New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT)

Nabil Ayoub, Supervising Engineer, Local Aid District 2
Paul Miranda, Project Manager, Local Aid District 2
Sean Warren, Section Chief, Bureau of Environmental Program Resources
Sean Ream, Environmental Project Manager, Bureau of Environmental Program Resources

North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA)

Rich Brundage, NJTPA Project Manager

Hardesty & Hanover Team

Glen Schetelich, P.E., Principal in Charge, Hardesty & Hanover
Bruce Riegel, P.E., Project Manager, Hardesty & Hanover *
Brian Medino, P.E., Deputy Project Manager, Hardesty & Hanover *
Matt Witkowski, P.E, Traffic Engineer, Hardesty & Hanover
Sue Quackenbush, PWS, Environmental Specialist, Davey Resource Group
Lynn Alpert, Principal Senior Architectural Historian, Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc.
Martine Culbertson, Community Involvement Facilitator, M.A. Culbertson, LLC *

Local Capital Project Delivery Process

Purpose & Need Statement

Data Collection & Environmental Screening Report

Selection of Preliminary Preferred Alternative

Concept Development Report

NEPA Classification

Create Design Communications Report

Initial Public Outreach & Involvement

Approved Design Exception Report

Cost Estimates (Final Design, ROW & Construction)

Approved Environmental Document

Approved Project Plan

Preliminary Engineering Report

Update Design Communications Report

Continued Public Outreach & Involvement

Construction Contract Documents & PS&E Package

Environmental Reevaluations

Environmental Permits

Acquisition of ROW

Update Design Communications Report

Continued Public Outreach & Involvement

Implement and Complete Construction

Continue Public Outreach

As-Builts

Update and Finalize Design Communications Report

Close-out Documentation

Recent News

Update: October 27, 2022

Two renderings have been created to visualize what the new bridge will look like

Update: September 2, 2022

The Local Concept Development (LCD) Study that was completed in 2020 and is now advancing to the Local Preliminary Engineering (LPE) Phase using federal funding.

Update: February 7, 2022

Public Information Center meetings were held on December 12, 2019 and the public comment period ended January 17, 2020. Click here to see the presentation.

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