September 8, 2009

Hill Int'l to manage construction for N.J. Transit

Marlton, N.J.-based Hill International has been awarded a three-year task order contract by NJ Transit to provide on-call construction management services.

 

Hill has worked with NJ Transit under previous task order contracts for more than a decade and has successfully completed more than 20 task orders on projects in excess of $200 million in construction value. Hill's services pursuant to the on-call task order contract may include constructability review of plans; project scheduling and schedule analysis; cost estimating and review; construction administration and site inspection; shop drawing review; change order analysis; claims assistance and construction value engineering.

 

Hill International, with 2,300 employees in 80 offices worldwide, provides program management, project management, construction management and construction claims and consulting services.

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