Brockwell & Carrington is Proud to Announce the Commencement of Our Most Recent Construction Projects

NJ DOT Sussex

This project consists of multiple buildings – construction of a new crew building, 6600 sq.ft. The building will contain administrative & support areas for the crew, with an attached six (6) bay, heated storage garage & mezzanine. Also, is the construction of a new vehicle/equipment storage building, 4515 sq.ft., consisting of four (4) unheated storage bays, with adjacent abrasive storage bay. In addition, construction of material storage bins, 914 sq.ft. Demolition, including the removal & disposal of waste of buildings & site features. Removal of disposal of hazardous building materials. Furnished and installed temporary facilities for NJDOT and Contractor/DPMC, including temporary relocation of on-site diesel above ground storage tank. Site improvements & modifications including but not limited to grading, paving, lighting, landscaping, security, utility connections, new fueling island with dual compartment 8,000 gallon tank (Gas & Diesel), and new brining station, 1822 sq.ft., and construction of a new fuel island, 615 sq.ft., with canopy and a new emergency generator.

Cleveland Street Elementary School Addition and Renovation

The facility is approximately 38,750 square feet (for the renovation Scope) currently educating 306 students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 6. The project also includes new construction (in addition to renovation of existing facility) of a single-story addition of approximately 12,000 square feet which includes a security lobby, multi-purpose room, kitchen, servery, and support facilities, and a three-story link connecting the addition to the existing facility, as well as renovations to the existing Cleveland Street Elementary School inclusive of system upgrades and repairs to accommodate existing and planned educational programs and to address facility conditions deficiencies.

Mountain Lakes Schools

Mountain Lakes High School

Building a new addition to provide new classrooms, including all structural, architectural and MEP work. Renovation of the existing main office area. Renovating the parking area beside the new addition, including site utilities.

Brockwell & Carrington is Proud to Announce the Completion of Our Most Recent Construction Projects

Woodbridge Middle School Addition

Located at 525 Barron Avenue, in Woodbridge, NJ, and valued at approximately $21,000,000, this Addition/Renovation/Alteration Project consists of a 25,000 square foot proposed new building and 15,000 square foot existing building renovation.

Kennedy Elementary School

Located in Harrison, NJ, at a cost of approximately $27,000,000.00, this 70,000 square foot three story building includes 20 classrooms (Grades Pre-K – 1st Grade), 2 special education classrooms, 3 basic skills/ESL rooms, 2 speech rooms, 1 science/art project lab, music room, media center, computer lab, gymnasium, cafetorium/assembly room with a stage, kitchen, and 2 playgrounds.

New James Madison Elementary School #10

Located in Garfield, NJ, at a cost of approximately $17,000,000.00, this 55,000 square foot three story building includes 13 classrooms (Grades K-5), 3 special education classrooms, 3 small group instructional rooms, media center, computer lab, art room, music room, gymnatorium with a stage, cafeteria, kitchen and a playground.

Woodbrook Elementary School Addition

Located at 15 Robin Road, in Edison, NJ, at a cost of approximately $11,000,000, this 32,200 square foot addition was completed for the Edison Board of Education.

Ocean County College Community Center

New Construction of a 59,000 SF dining/bookstore/student life building for Ocean County College. It includes a dining facility with full kitchen, coffee shop, campus store, lounge spaces & student life administrative office space. The project has been designed to recognize Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) parameters and will seek LEED Silver Certification. Site components include a new loading dock area, underground utility connections including connection to the campus Cogeneration plant for power, HW and chilled water, concrete sidewalks, landscaping.

Hudson County Community College STEM Building

The new 75,000 SF 6-story structure has a mechanical penthouse and contains science labs, general classrooms, computer labs, stepped lecture hall, multi-purpose room, lobby & outdoor patio space. The project has been designed to recognize Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) parameters and will seek formal certification (40 credits).