Welcome to the Goethals KWM Diversity Website

The Goethals Bridge Replacement Project is a design-build project for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (the Authority). The project will replace the existing Goethals Bridge which spans the Arthur Kill River on I-278 connecting Elizabeth, New Jersey and Staten Island, New York. The existing bridge, built in the 1920s, will be replaced with dual bridges and the original bridge demolished. It is anticipated that the two new spans will carry approximately 14 million vehicles annually.

Kiewit-Weeks-Massman, AJV (KWM) has been selected by the Authority to design and build the new Goethals Bridge. KWM is committed to providing a world class project to the people of New York and New Jersey. As part of their mission, KWM is also committed to providing meaningful employment opportunities for hundreds of construction individuals in the region, with particular outreach to the DBE community, and desires to meet or exceed federal requirements for diversity on this important construction project. If your DBE firm would like to apply to participate in this project, please use this website as a resource.

For more information on partnering opportunities, please click here.

Upcoming Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

KWM is also committed to providing meaningful work opportunities for hundreds of construction individuals in the region. Please inquire about these job opportunities by emailing us at KWMEmployment@kwmjv.com.

KWM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Kiewit-Weeks-Massman, AJV firmly believes in providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees. If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting the Employee Relations Department toll-free at 1 (844) 740-1914.

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