News

MTA – COST CONTAINMENT VIDEO – 04.18.2019


J-TRACK – GONE FISHING – 01.09.2019


J-TRACK IS GOLDEN – 2018 NRC SAFETY AWARD – 01.07.2019


CMAA : 2018 PROJECT OF THE YEAR – 06.08.2018


WMATA EXPANDS WATERPROOFING PILOT – RAILWAY TRACK & STRUCTURES/INDUSTRY TODAY – 11.01.2017
WMATA expands waterproofing pilot; MetCouncil rejects all Southwest LRT bids.


RED LINE TUNNEL WORK KEEPS DAMAGING WATER OUT – 08.02.2017
Work on keeping Washington, D.C.’s Red Line Metro tunnel safe and dry is progressing ahead of schedule.


NEW YORK POLICE ACADEMY – METALS IN CONSTRUCTION – 07.05.2017


J-TRACK ACCOMPLISHES A NEW FEAT – 06.27.2017
South Ferry station finally reopening nearly 5 years after Sandy
J-Track was an integral part in the construction of the new South Ferry subway station.


J-TRACK CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY – CONSTRUCTION TODAY – 04.03.2017
J-Track celebrates its 10th anniversary with expansion across the United States.
A decade ago, J-Track started as a track company and eventually became a general contractor as well. “This opportunity was only possible through the faith and trust that Tom Iovino [CEO of Judlau Enterprise] had at the time,” J-Track President Mitch Levine says. “He was able to foresee the future for J-Track to succeed.”


TOYS FOR TOTS A HUGE SUCCESS – 12.08.2016


J-TRACK ON TOP AT AREMA 2016 – 09.09.2016


J-TRACK CENTRAL DIVISION LOW BIDDER ON LOOP EXPANSION PROJECT – 07.20.2016
J-Track won the South Rail Loop Expansion project. The Central Division was lowest bidder out of seven other companies.
Work will include constructing two loop tracks, adding up to 12,608 feet, at the south end of the Port between the existing south loop track and the new second loop track.


J-TRACK HITS HOME RUN AT YANKEE STADIUM – 05.03.2016
On May 3, 2016, J-Track attended the Who’s Who New York Showcase at Yankee Stadium.
J-Track’s logo was prominently displayed on the jumbo tron.


ONE WAY THE MTA IS PREPPING FOR A SUPERSTORM – NYMAG – 04.07.2016
The entrance to the Canal Street stop on the uptown 1 train disappeared on Wednesday afternoon, replaced by what looked like a brackish backyard swimming pool left uncovered through the winter. An orange sign poked up from the brackish pool that said STAIRWELL CLOSED — as if it were possible to assume otherwise. But the pop-up pond, which was pretty much dismantled by day’s end, was actually a test run for one of the MTA’s solutions to protect the subway system and its infrastructure against the next Superstorm Sandy.

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