Quality 1st Contracting Case Studies: Clayton Park Bridge Rebuilt in Freehold, NJ
Located in Upper Freehold in Monmouth county is a beautiful area called Clayton Park. Walking through the park you would find a bridge allowing people to cross over a small river. Over time the bridge became unsafe to cross since the wood had begun to rot and the once sturdy bridge was now about to clasp. To keep the community visiting the park safe, the Monmouth County Park System needed to find a reputable contractor to rebuild the bridge.
Luckily, The Monmouth County Park System reached out to Quality 1st Contracting to rebuild the bridge. Project Manager, Tommy Ogorkowski and his team removed the old bridge and prepped the area for the construction of the new bridge. Once the area was clear, the team installed the new wood planks for the bridge as well as a new railing for safety purposes. The bridge looked amazing and the visitors were so happy to see they could finally cross again. The railing that was installed making it much safer for families with small children to use. The Monmouth County Park System was more then pleased with the work done by Quality 1st Contracting and happy that it was done just in time for spring!
Installing Contractor: Quality 1st Contracting
Quality 1st Project Supervisor: Tommy Ogorkowski
Quality 1st Project Manager: Bob Cherry
The Clayton Park Bridge in Freehold, NJ needed to be rebuilt for a safer pathway to the other side for park visitors.
The team removed the old bridge and began laying the foundation of the bridge.
Once the new wood planks were down, the rest of the bridge was ready to be built.
A railing was also built to make crossing the bridge more safe.
The new bridge created a safer pathway for everyone walking through the park.