Bridgewater Awards Contracts for Multiple Roadwork Projects


BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater is continuing to move forward with road improvement projects with a recent contract approval for the Van Holten Road Improvement Project Phase III.

The project is from Foxcroft to the school driveway, and has been award to Black Rock Enterprises LLC for $384,686.85.

In addition, for work from Van Holten Road to Deer Run Drive, the council has approved a contract with Top Line Construction Corp. for work on the Meadow Road Improvement Project in the sum of $202,313.41.

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The work will include pavement overlay and drainage improvements.

Aside from this area, the township has awarded a contract to Top Line Construction Corp. for Vosseller Avenue improvements, from the bridge over the west branch of Middle Brook to Washington Valley Road. The contract is for $168,949.30.

Continued work will be done on the Country Club Road Improvement Project, from Regan Drive to Talamini Road, with a contract awarded to Black Rock Enterprises LLC for $209,366.11.

Black Rock Enterprises LLC has also been granted a project for the Talamini Road Improvement Project, from Glen Ridge Drive to Red Lion Way, for $181,794.38.

Finally, the council approved a contract with JTG Construction for John Christian Drive improvements, from Ron Court to Thruway Drive, for $117,693.88.

The Bridgewater Township Council also approved several contracts for payment for various services throughout the township.

  • The council authorized an award of contract for professional legal services for a municipal prosecutor. Christopher Bateman’s proposal for prosecutor through June 30, 2016 has been approved, and is for an amount not to exceed $80,000.
  • The council has approved the purchase of one 2016 Ford F250 pickup truck with plow and one 2016 Ford F450 Mason dump with plow as a capital purchase for a total of $112,540.

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