Hurricane Sandy Relief Project
Quandel provided field inspections, damage assessment analyses and evaluated resiliency project proposals for affected segments of the New Jersey Transit commuter rail system. Work was performed as part of a team supporting the Federal Transit Administration’s $10.9 billion emergency relief program for passenger services in the New York-New Jersey region.
Quandel field assessments included track, bridges, grade crossing warning systems, signal and communications equipment, terminal buildings, rolling stock and mechanical facilities on the North Jersey Coast route, the Hoboken Terminal, Meadowlands Central Maintenance Facility and other key locations.
Program / Project Management
Quandel program management tasks included reviewing NJT damage assessments, reviewing proposals for emergency plans and facilities and suggesting changes to NJT’s proposed resiliency program. Work included coordination with NJT, FEMA and FTA personnel as well as with NJT consultants.