Construction Projects Managed
by the Gloucester County Improvement Authority
The new Discovery Hall building is new construction of a 4 story building, 67,560 sq. ft, open space for outdoor, inviting , and engaging landscaping, vehicular circulation and parking. The building program includes general teaching classrooms, science teaching laboratories and a home for School of the Earth and Environment with a variety of public and collaboration spaces, and administrative offices.
Jean and Ric Edelman Fossil Park
Jean and Ric Edelman Fossil Park is a former open-pit marl mine, one of the last to remain open on the East Coast. As the only fossil site of its kind within a major metropolitan area, the Fossil Park will provide an opportunity for residents and visitors to enjoy an authentic hands-on exploration of the subject matter.
The project includes approximately 32,000 sq. ft. museum/visitors center of the citizen science and discovery-based learning. The building is expected to be 2 stories and the programmatic elements of the facility include exhibition halls, displays, event spaces, a theater, teaching spaces and associated support spaces.
Port of Paulsboro Marine Terminal
Paulsboro Marine Terminal Phase II Wharf Construction Project
Construction of two deep-water berths totaling 1500 linear feet of wharf face along the Delaware river and one 500 foot barge berth on the mantua creek.
Route 44 truck by-pass and DuPont Port access project
Construction of a new 0.60-mile truck bypass roadway contained within steel sheet pile retaining walls.