Featured Project: Old Blenheim Bridge Replacement

History of the Bridge The Old Blenheim Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that spanned the Schoharie Creek in North Blenheim, NY. Nichols Montgomery Powers was brought in from Vermont to build the bridge by a group of local business men who formed the Blenheim Bridge Company for the purpose of constructing this bridge. The bridge opened in 1855, and Read More …

GPI Staff Volunteer at The Children’s Inn

GPI catered and served dinner to children and their families at The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health. Last night’s theme was “fiesta” and everyone enjoyed fajitas from Baja Fresh! GPI staff enjoyed the opportunity to spend the evening with these amazing children. The Children’s Inn at NIH is a residential “Place Like Home’’ for families with children Read More …

GPI Volunteers with New York Cares

  As part of GPI’s New York Cares Volunteer Program, we had an opportunity to work with children, ages 6-12 years old, to introduce them to the world of engineering. This opportunity took place at the Salvation Army – Harlem Temple Corps Community Center, under the GAINS program, an after school program to help disadvantaged children excel in all aspects Read More …

Featured Project: Bayonne Bridge Navigational Clearance Program (BBNCP) Construction Management

GPI is providing construction management services for the $743-million Bayonne Bridge Navigational Clearance Program (BBNCP). The Bayonne Bridge is a steel arch structure, opened in 1931, which at that time was selected as the “Most Beautiful Steel Bridge” by the American Institute for Steel Construction. The bridge spans the Kill Van Kull and carries NY440 and NJ440. It became a Read More …