Construction will take place over the next eight or nine months and will cost about $130 million. During this period there will be 700 workers on site at any given time, O’Malley noted. Ultimately reopening the refinery will create 500 full-time jobs in the next nine months with additional construction and maintenance jobs. PBF previously said the plant would be restarted in April 2011. To find out more about these opportunities, please follow this link.