Hill Intl. to manage construction for NJ Transit

Posted on June 3, 2013

NJ Transit awarded Hill International (HIL), a manager of construction risk, a contract to provide construction management services on a task order basis.

The three-year contract has an estimated value to HIL of $3.5 million.

Task order contracts also allow retention of specialized expertise that is rarely cost-effective to maintain in-house. Additionally, the availability of task order contracts affords the opportunity to use consultants already pre-qualified for specific work efforts, thus minimizing the time and cost needed to initiate and complete work. Contracting with a limited number of consultants also provides a greater measure of control over the work being performed.

HIL is one of six firms that were awarded task order contracts for construction management services under this procurement.

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