Underground Utility Contractor
Northeast Remsco Construction was founded in 1978 with a primary focus on Central New Jersey sewer and water projects. Over time, our underground utility construction capabilities expanded and we now complete large scale Utility based Infrastructure projects throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region. Our utilities division provides underground utility construction services for both public and private owners, constructing or rehabilitating storm and sanitary sewers, street and sidewalk amenities, and water mains.
The Best in Utility Construction Services
Our utilities division has grown to include more services over a larger span of territories, with more efficient and effective cutting edge underground utility construction techniques. As we now complete large scale utility-based infrastructure projects throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, our underground construction services and capabilities have continued to advance while maintaining our strong reputation. We have established ourselves as a trusted underground utility contractor for both public and private owners. Our utility construction services include, but are not limited to, constructing or rehabilitating storm and sanitary sewers, street and sidewalk amenities, and water mains.
Underground Utility Contractors and Construction You Can Trust
Whatever your underground utility construction needs are, Northeast Remsco Construction is equipped and ready to handle it. We are the dependable underground utility contractor that you have been searching for. With Northeast Remsco Construction, you can feel confident that your underground utility construction will be completed in a timely manner and with the best outcome possible.
View Some of Our Underground Utility Construction Projects
Pacific Avenue Drainage Improvements
The project consisted of the construction of a new pile supported 60″ Ductile Iron Stormwater Forcemain Outfall and a Stormwater Management Pump Station with Pumps, Controls, and Diesel Backup Power Generator. The improvements were located at the Learning Avenue beach street end in the City of Wildwood, New Jersey
Location: Wildwood, NJ
Owner: City of Wildwood, NJ
Replacing old water mains, reconstructing combined sewers, and adding additional capacity to alleviate flooding, improve overall drainage, and improve the quality of drinking water in the Maspeth section of Queens, New York. The project as designed includes open-cut installation of 5-foot by 8-foot box culverts and microtunnel to install 3,425 feet of 96-inch inside diameter/115.5-inch outside diameter RCP in seven drives. The microtunneling was performed from 30-foot diameter liner plate shafts to depths of 65 feet using sodium silicate permeation grouting at the portals to provide face stability during launch and recovery. The longest drive was 1,600 feet.
A notable value engineering achievement of the project was the microtunneled installation of 230 feet of 85-inch Hobas pipe in lieu of the contract specified open-cut installation of 5 foot x 8 foot box culvert across Queens Boulevard that required multiple lane closures during nighttime hours. The substitution eliminated the night work while allowing seven of the eight lanes of traffic to remain open during construction, thereby greatly benefitting the local community and the traveling public.
Visit the Trenchless Technology article to read about our 70th Street underground utility and trenchless construction project in more depth.
Location: Queens, NYC
Owner: NYC DDC
NJT Railroad Operation Center (ROC)
The ROC Unit Substation was constructed adjacent to the ROC at the Meadows Maintenance Complex and is the central point for NJ TRANSIT rail operations and it requires a highly reliable electrical power system. The electrical system serving the ROC was damaged by submergence in contaminated salt water during Superstorm Sandy in October 2012. This project replaces the storm damaged equipment and elevates the new equipment to prevent damage from future inundation.
Location: NJT Meadowlands Maintenance Complex, Kearny, NJ
Date: December 2023
Owner: New Jersey Transit
The project consists of the excavation, grading and pavement of 1,200′ of roadway. The work includes the 2,500′ of sewer, 1,200′ of water main, street lighting and underground Electric and Communication duct backs to service future buildings. The project is a green infrastructure project that includes, Rain Gardens, Bioswals and porous concrete pavement.
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Date: Anticipated Completion December 2023
Owner: L&M Builders Group, LLC