For inspection services on this roadway, sewer, sidewalk and facility reconstruction/rehabilitation project as part of NYCDDC’s Large Infrastructure REI contract involving more than $400 million in street reconstruction tasks in all boroughs of the city. H&H is currently working on three tasks under this contract. The main objective of Task #3 is to replace and update the stormwater sewers to alleviate flooding in the project area, which encompasses 69th Avenue from 261st to 266th Streets. 04/2016-present
The main scope of the project includes replacement of trunk and distribution water mains, combined storm-sanitary sewers, street lighting, traffic signals, and private utilities work in addition to all the incidents as a result of the proposal contract work such as restoration of the roadways, sidewalks, and curb reconstruction of the street. Liriano & Associate Engineering, Consulting Services PLLC is offering the RE services with his partner. The value with the construction work is over $40 million.
In charge of the $3.2 million reconstructions of seawall, roadway, sidewalk, curbs, reconstruction of bulkhead, and seawall as an emergency response to failed or failing retaining walls. Work involved the stabilization and reconstruction of walls using cast sections, sheeting, marine work, drilling and auguring piles, and reinforced concrete in road reconstruction. Additionally work included vibration and settlement monitoring and revetment stones 08/2014 – 04/2016.
We were involved in the $3.4 million reconstructions of bulkhead and seawall as an emergency response to failed or failing retaining walls. Work involved the stabilization and reconstruction of walls using cast sections, sheeting, marine work, drilling and auguring piles, and reinforced concrete in road reconstruction. Additionally work included vibration and settlement monitoring and revetment stones. 06/2012-04/2014
This $28.2M NYC DDC joint-bid project involves the reconstruction of Fulton Street east of the World Trade Center site from Church to South Streets, and on Nassau Street from Fulton to Spruce Streets. This project was the second phase of the reconstruction of Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan.
This $20M NYC DDC Capital Construction project involved the reconstruction of Columbia Street from Atlantic Avenue to Hamilton Avenue in Brooklyn. The reconstruction included replacement of 3,000 feet of distribution water main 4,500 feet of 48-inch steel trunk water main, regulator valves, chambers, blow off manholes, replacement of drainage structures, storm and sanitary sewer, testing and disposal of contaminated and hazardous soils and water, de-watering vibrator and settlement monitoring of existing structures.
This future project's scope of work from Pine Street to Maiden Lane includes street-level renovations such as infrastructure upgrades, drainage improvements to solve earlier flooding issues, and different traffic calming methods. New granite curbs, neckdowns at select junctions, pedestrian ramps, and beautiful street lighting will be installed. Storm and sanitary sewers will be restored, as well as any water mains. The city will be performing pre-construction work, tree cutting, and catch basin installation in the upcoming months.
Liriano & Associates Engineering Consulting Services is a member of the Construction team for The East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) $1.45 billion projects. The Construction team was selected by the NYC DDC through a competitive procurements process and it will join the City Team, which leads the project, and the Design & Environmental team. The East Side Coastal Resiliency Project is a coastal protection effort co-funded by the city of New York and the federal government that aims to reduce flood danger on Manhattan's East Side from East 25th Street to Montgomery
Street due to coastal storms and sea-level rise. The project's limits correlate to the 100-year floodplain's natural "pinch-points," which are regions where the ground is higher along the coast, making it simpler to block the system off from water flowing from the north and south. Rather than walling off the area, the project design blends flood protection into the community fabric, boosting waterfront open spaces and access. The East Side Coastal Resiliency project began in the fall of 2020 and will last through 2026.
HWS2020K2: INSTALLATION OF SIDEWALKS, ADJACENT CURBS, AND PEDESTRIAN RAMPS AS NECESSARY IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS-BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN
With The NYCDDC