The ICE® 44B helps to drive foundations for the McClees Bridge crossing the Navesink River
Editor: Ashley Steele
A major roadway has been receiving updates for the last year and a half to help build infrastructure in Red Bank, NJ. Traffic has been detoured around the construction happening on the Navesink River. The McClees Creek Bridge is part of a larger project, centered around the replacement of several bridges in Monmouth County. The county is responsible for the upkeep and replacement of 980 bridges. The McClees Creek Bridge is being replaced due to normal wear and tear from vehicular traffic throughout the years.
J. Fletcher Creamer & Sons out of Hackensack, NJ were awarded the contract for the replacement of the bridge. Utilizing both sheeting piles and H-piles, the customer chose the industry leading ICE® 44B Vibratory Pile Driver/Extractor to get the job done. Creamer & Sons were able to run the Tier 4 power unit. These CAT engines in the ICE® 595 Power Units are emissions compliant to help offset environmental factors during foundation construction.
By pairing the top-of-the-line ICE® 44B with a tier 4 power unit, customers can surpass all environmental standards and still have top tier drivability. This pairing is allowing J. F. Creamer & Sons to finish this job effectively and quickly, so that traffic on this important roadway is flowing again soon!
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