Crisdel Awarded Site Work Construction Contract for The ARK at JFK

December 2015

South Plainfield, New Jersey: Crisdel has been awarded the site work construction contract for the development of the ARK at JFK. Major scope of work items includes removals, excavation, storm drainage, sanitary sewer, concrete curbs, concrete sidewalk, concrete equipment pads, asphalt milling and asphalt paving.


The Ark at JFK was spearheaded by master architect Gensler, specialty architect Lachlan Older Equine Design and construction manager Holt Construction. The United States Department of Agriculture and Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine oversaw the entire project.


About The ARK at JFK: The ARK at JFK is the world’s first privately owned 24/7 animal airport terminal, quarantine (pending USDA approval) and full-service transportation center for the import and export of animals of all sizes and types.


About Crisdel Group, Inc.: Crisdel Group, Inc. has served the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania construction market for 49 years. Today, Crisdel’s operations can accommodate all client needs and has recently expanded into Florida. Even though our roots are dug deep in asphalt paving, we can assist clients in all aspects of site development and maintenance as we self-perform most civil and heavy construction requirements.


We have met industry qualifications and have been classified by the Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey Departments of Transportation. Please contact us today to get started on your next construction project.


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