Woodbine has bids that were received on August 19 for two capital improvement projects in the Borough of Woodbine.
The first, which is being funding by the New Jersey Department of Transportation Trust Fund in the amount of $250,000, is for construction of a bikeway extension along the railroad right of way from the existing bikeway to the Dennis Township border. This is now serve two functions: as a bikeway and to provide access to the train stop.
Bidders were: Art Anderson, Inc. $227,150; Asphalt Paving Corp., $201, 850; Glenside Equipment, $188,800; Ricky Slade Construction Co., $226,770; Samanna Hydroseeding & Landscaping, $213,560; SMB Builders, Inc., $199,900.
The second, funded by a New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Small Cities Innovative Development Program grant in the amount of $433,500, is for the construction of a train station and a train platform along with parking facilities.
Bidders were Art Anderson, Inc., $294,500; Asphalt Paving Corp., $267,250; Fred Schiavone Construction Co., $308,620; Glenside Equipment Co., $288,200;
Jonathan Hand Excavating, Inc., $238,900; Landberg Construction, L.L.C., $274,737; Lewandowski Construction Industries, $250,940; Ricky Slade Construction, Inc., $332,778; SMB Paving, L.L.C., $232,350; South State, Inc., $247,000.
Contracts are expected to be awarded at the September 2 Borough Council meeting.
“This dovetails with both our long-term plan for the bikepath and our overall goal to establish Woodbine as a more sustainable community by creating this multimodal transit use,” added Mayor Pikolycky. “I would like to thank both NJDOT and NJDCA for recognizing the Borough’s commitment to sustainability.”