Madison Station ADA Improvements
  Contract No. 04-108
Project was awarded the 2007 NJ Historic Preservation Award for Excellence in Historic Work.

Registered on the New Jersey Register of Historical Places, the existing station was constructed in Madison in 1916, designed and built with great care and attention to detail and decorative concrete treatments. Rehabilitation of the Madison Station Train Station consisted of retrofitting the existing station to be compliant with the American’s with Disability Act (ADA). This work included rehab of concrete, brick and terra cotta elements, restoration of the platform canopies, constructing mini-level platforms, installation of two elevators in existing buildings, upgrade existing electrical and communications systems and complete roof reconstruction. Roof reconstruction involved removing the existing wood trusses and purlins. New steel trusses and purlins where installed and encased in oak. Oak sheeting which matched existing in size, shape and grade where installed over purlins and overlaid with new slate roof. All this work was completed while maintaining service in station buildings and platforms.
Location: Borough of Madison, Morris County, NJ

Location: Madison, NJ

Date: 2005 to July 2006

Owner: NJ Transit, One Penn Plaza East, Newark, NJ 07105

Contact Information:
NJ Transit
David Timmer