Mechanical dredging at an historic pier makes way for future ferry terminal

Working for the City of South Amboy in partnership with NJDOT, SumCo undertook mechanical dredging at an historic pier on the Raritan River to accommodate the development of a new ferry service stop that will provide passenger service to Manhattan. The future ferry terminal will improve access to New York City while reducing automobile usage and traffic. It will include a two-story terminal building, 750 parking spaces for new ferry riders and a second floor featuring a restaurant/ banquet facility. This will be the anchor for the mixed-use redevelopment of the formerly industrialized South Amboy shoreline.

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