Back in August, The New Jersey Economic Development Authority sold $2.2 billion in bonds in a bid to finance construction of new school facilities and to refund debts, according to the pricing scale released by underwriters. This is good new for construction workers who will be able to bid on those projects.
The construction industry is recovering, getting better each day, but companies are faced with a new problem: the lack of qualified construction workers. Finding qualified subcontractors is becoming increasingly difficult for all trades, so if you are qualified and looking for construction work, check out these commercial construction jobs up for bid throughout New Jersey!
|Stockton University Unified Science Center II & Classroom Building/Galloway Township
This project consists of two new buildings, a new quad and gateway entry, with all work to be done under one single prime contract.
|Galloway Township, New Jersey 08201|
|Town Place Suites by Marriott/Dover
The GC owns this project, great one to bid! This project consists of the new construction of a 102 room hotel.
|Dover, New Jersey 07803|
|New Hotel and Restaurant/South Brunswick
GC is the owner of this project. New ground up hotel.
|South Brunswick, New Jersey 08810|
New 98,730 sf, 105 unit Assisted Living and Memory care facility. 3-story structure
|Plainsboro, New Jersey 08536|
|40 E. Park St/Newark
14 Unit Residential Building additions and renovations
|Newark, New Jersey 07102|
5102 sf tenant fit out Projected Construction dates: 01/04/16 – 02/25/16
|Wayne, New Jersey 07470|
|377 Route 35 South/Brick
additions and alterations to an existing home.
|Brick, New Jersey 08724|
|722 Clayton/Bay Head
new single family home
|Bay Head, New Jersey 08742|
Build canopy on new construction must be able to read plans, pass inspection and have references.
|Livingston, New Jersey 07039|
|Convert 47 th. St. FH to Homeless Shelter/Union City
4000 sf conversion of a fire house to a homeless shelter
|Union City, New Jersey 07083|
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For more good news
The Economic Development Authority voted Thursday to approve the second-largest incentive package ever slated for Camden under the Economic Opportunity Act, highlighting a day that saw the approval of well over $300 million in tax credits for Grow New Jersey and Economic Redevelopment and Growth construction projects statewide.