To restore and enhance the marsh brownfield of 50 acres of degraded marsh land in Woodbridge Township Waterfront on the Raritan River to a Greenland complex habitat. The habitat restoration includes freshwater wetland enhancements.
With the restoration system, 2 miles of trails and boardwalks was integrated into the design providing Woodbridge Township with its first public access to the Raritan River in 100 years.
“The former brownfield is now home to all types of waterfowl including a bald eagle family, turtles and other little critters.”
Newark Wire Works fabricated over 2000 linear feet of hot-dip galvanized wire mesh infill panels in a natural teak hardwood railing system connecting the boardwalk to the 2 miles of trails. The rails are hand-finished to emphasize the wood’s coloring and unique, organic features. Perfectly selected to endure the elements, hot-dip galvanizing is durable of it corrosion performance, which resist insects and help prevent drying and adding it with the galvanized frame it’s maintenance free for years to come.
Water & Marine
Woodbridge, NJ United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Quality of HDG
Mesh Panel Frames
Newark Wire Works
V&S Amboy Galvanizing
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