Dresdner Robin announced today, the completion of survey work for the newly reopened RPM Raceway MegaTrack in Jersey City. The redeveloped track is currently the “World’s Longest” indoor electric go-kart racing experience, coming in at 2,200 feet with a 72-second lap time. The two tracks are part of a multimillion-dollar renovation of its Jersey City location.
Dresdner Robin’s survey work included a 3D laser scan of the facility followed by the creation of a rendering that was developed using digital three-dimensional computer-aided design (CAD). Dresdner Robin’s use of leading technology allowed for the precise placement of the track bolts, which secured the track structure. The firm’s team navigated several obstacles, including oddly-placed HVAC units, entrances, and more.
“We are proud to have contributed to such a great piece of Jersey City’s recreation industry,” said Greg Gloor, senior associate and director of survey for Dresdner Robin. “This project was a challenge to complete due to the hundreds of bolts that needed to be perfectly placed for the track to be built safely. There was no room for error, and our work reflected that accuracy.”