Aarey Road Repair, a contractor specializing in road repair and maintenance, has signed a new contract with the New Jersey Department of Transportation to restore some of the roads in Camden, New Jersey, which are damaged due to the 2013 storm, according to The Next New York.
Aareys was founded in 2010 and is a subcontractor to the state DOT.
The company plans to perform two key repairs, including resurfacing of two major sections of the Aareyon Road.
AAREY, the acronym for Accuroad Services, is the contractor for the project.
AARON HALL/THE NEXT NEW YORK (AP) The contractor for a major road repair in Camden is now a subcontractee to the New York state DOT, according a news release from AAREYS.
The contractor is a joint venture between AAREy and the New Brunswick Department of Road and Bridge Maintenance.
The New Jersey DOT is overseeing the road repair.
It is unclear how long the repairs will take.
Aareys Road Repair is the first contractor to be contracted to do a major highway repair in New Brunswick.
The DOT is expected to announce a contract with another contractor to perform the repair next week.