To capitalize on a variety of land-based opportunities using sound business practices
without compromising our ethics, traditions of excellence, or strong financial condition.

Serving New Jersey for over 75 years


2012 Ole Hansen & Sons opens Atlantic City Boatyard, a discount boat storage facility located on the Black Horse Pike in Atlantic City, NJ.

The Margate Bridge is re-branded as Downbeach Express, a new bridge toll system providing better convenience and savings for its customers.

2011 The Hansen Foundation opens The Randy Scarborough House, a sober-living home for men in Somers Point, NJ. 

Ole Hansen & Sons, Inc. development of two large ground mount solar array systems on company owned property in Atlantic City, NJ come online. The projects are sized at 385 and 500 kilowatts and will produce free energy for the company’s business units as well as supplemental income through the sale of solar energy certificates. 

The Hansen Foundation opens Serenity House - Meadows - another 9 bed sober living home for women in Pleasantville, NJ.

2003 - 2008 Ole Hansen and Sons designs, obtains land use approvals and constructs major office/warehouse/maintenance facilities for leading industrial companies in Southern New Jersey including Binder Machinery, Giles and Ransome Co and International Gaming Technologies.

2007 Land use approvals are received for the development of 944 age restricted (55+) homes surrounding the Blue Heron Pines East Golf Course, maintaining 9 holes of golf for the community residents in association with a fabulous clubhouse and recreational complex.

The Hansen Foundation opens the Serenity House - a nine bed sober living house for women in Absecon, NJ.

2006 Opening of the Lodge at Hidden Creek Golf Club, a members only short term residence on two stories with 4 bedrooms on each floor surrounding the lavishing appointed living rooms and kitchen areas.

2005 Construction of the Women's Hansen House, a twenty-four bed drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility for women located adjacent to the men's house.

Opening of the stunning 21,000 square foot clubhouse at Hidden Creek Golf Club which includes a proshop, men's and ladies locker rooms, members formal dining room, casual grill room and administrative offices.

Land use approvals received for the development of 39 estate homes surrounding Hidden Creek Golf Club, each with a lot size in excess of 2 1/2 acres.

2004 Construction of the Hansen House, a twenty-four bed drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility for men located in Cologne, New Jersey.

Hidden Creek Golf Club is named 76th on Golfweek’s list of “Top 100 Modern Courses in America.”

2003 Hidden Creek Golf Club is rated #72 by Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 Courses in the U.S.”

Blue Heron Pines East Golf Course hosts the prestigious 2003 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship in July, conducted by the United States Golf Association (USGA).

OHS receives zoning approval for an Active Adult Community (over 55) development of 900+ homes.

2002 Hidden Creek Golf Club, an exclusive for-members-only golf course designed by golf course architects Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, opens to rave reviews.

Blue Heron Pines East Golf Club is voted into the “Top 100 You Can Play” by Golf Magazine.

2000 Ole Hansen and Sons, Inc. proudly introduces the Blue Heron Pines East Course. This Steve Smyers-designed course opens to rave reviews. Blue Heron Pines Golf Club now offers the public 36 holes of championship golf.

Plans begin for a "Planned Commercial Development", which features a 368.44 acre tract of land encompassing two business parks capable of 800,000 square feet of improvement, a 50-room Hotel and Conference Center, and optionally the development of an age restricted residential community.

1995 Utilizing over 70 years of combined construction experience, the Ole Hansen & Sons senior management team creates the Blue Heron Pines Development Company. This company constructs, markets, and sells residential homes for the Village of Blue Heron Pines on sites developed by OHS.

1993 The Blue Heron Pines West Golf Club opens for play in May. The first golf course built in the New Jersey Pinelands was made possible through the joint efforts of Ole Hansen& Sons, Inc. and the Pinelands Commission. Blue Heron Pines Golf Club has become nationally recognized as one of the premier high-end daily-fee golf courses in the country. The facility includes an award winning golf shop and an elegant restaurant and banquet facility.

1985 The Atlantic City Transportation Center (formerly Hansen's Bus World) opens. Capable of parking in excess of 600 buses per day, this is the most complete bus parking facility in the world with drivers' lounge, lodging, game rooms, cafeteria and a bus maintenance facility.

1988 OHS constructs the 600+ slip marina for the Trump Marina property in Atlantic City. The project included landscaping, underground utilities, paving and sidewalks.

1982 OHS completes construction on an interchange ramp network linking I-295 with the Woodcrest railway station. At the time, it was the largest contract ever issued by the NJ Department of Transportation.

OHS completes construction of the underwater mooring and dock system for the Mobil Oil refinery in Paulsboro, New Jersey.

1974 OHS completes a pipeline for the Atlantic County Sewerage Authority consisting of more than 10 miles of force main extending through the salt marshes west of Atlantic City, New Jersey. It was designed to transport all sewage from the mainland to the treatment plant on City Island in Atlantic City. The contract called for setting a total of 50,000 linear feet of pipe ranging in diameter from 30 to 48 inches across the marsh.

1973 OHS constructs the Rt. 37 Bridge over Barnegat Bay. This is the third Hansen-built bridge to cross this location. The previous bridges were constructed in 1918 and 1950.

1966 Using innovative construction techniques, a 10-mile pipeline is built for the Toms River Chemical Corporation. This pipeline runs under the Garden State Parkway and other major highways, across Barnegat Bay, under a peninsula, and extends more than three-quarters of a mile into the Atlantic Ocean.

1955 Under the management of Ole Hansen’s sons, Haubert and Walter, OHS constructs the causeway and dual-bridge of the Garden State Parkway over the Great Egg Harbor Bay linking Atlantic and Cape May counties, a major accomplishment at the time This span is now known as the Beesley Point Bridge.

1952 Atlantic Utility Construction Company was formed to do natural gas pipeline construction for South Jersey Gas Company, NJ Natural Gas, and Public Service Electric & Gas. In 1993, this operation was merged into Ole Hansen & Sons.

1950 OHS constructs the Thomas Mathis bridge over the Barnegat Bay in South Jersey. (In 1918, Ole Hansen was the project manager for the Company that constructed the first wooden-based bridge in Barnegat Bay).

OHS begins operation of their Sand and Gravel Pit business in Port Republic, New Jersey, which is still operating to this day.

1946 OHS constructs the White Horse Pike bridge, linking Rt. 30 to Atlantic City.

1929 Ole Hansen founds Ole Hansen and Sons (OHS), a construction-focused company.