Former NJ Army Base $2B Makeover is 'Buzzsaw' of Activity

Construction worker working with wooden beam

The 1,126-acre site, split into two large sections and spread across three municipalities, is a buzz saw of construction activity.

June 14, 2021
Tom Stabile - Engineering News-Record

Take a developed property the size of New York City’s Central Park with 5 million sq ft of building area, program in new construction or renovation over 20 years and across three dozen parcels for 1,600 housing units, 300,000 sq ft of civic or government space, 500,000 sq ft for retail and 2 million sq ft of offices, and you have a pretty ambitious undertaking. The $2-billion effort to redevelop Fort Monmouth, a decommissioned former U.S. Army base in the thick of New Jersey’s suburban sprawl, is all kinds of ambitious.

Reprinted courtesy of Tom Stabile, Engineering News-Record

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