PROJECTS

Willougby Square

Brooklyn, NY

Willougby Square is a Downtown Brooklyn Park site that is an all-new underground site, complete with DOT electric, water service to irrigation, and drinking water fountains, as well a decorative play fountain and site drainage. Surface work consisted of CIP Concrete Walls, Finished Granite Curbs and Seat Walls, Hexagon Pavers, Landscaping, Irrigation, Decorative Fencing, Play Area, and a Dog Park all within a little over a Brooklyn Acre.

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Gansevoort Peninsula Phase II

Gansevoort Peninsula

Gansevoort Peninsula Phase II involved construction of a new waterfront public park along the Hudson River Park system, adjacent to Route 9A on Manhattan’s west side. The project consisted of the reconfiguration of Route 9A/West Side Highway entrance and exit ramps, the reconstruction of Bloomfield Street into a shared-use road, bikeway and esplanade, along with the reconstruction of the Route 9A bikeway and Gansevoort Street exit. A new adult fitness area, rain garden, and dog park with numerous water features, site furnishings and landscaping features were also created while providing FDNY’s Marine 1 facility, located within the site, with 24/7 access. Underground utilities were also relocated and maintained in conjunction with the installation of 3,300 LF of water mains and services, 2,500 LF of storm and sanitary sewers, and 1,800 LF of new electric underground facilities. The project also featured installation of 36,000 SF of granite and concrete pavers within the new park space, over 21,000 SF of new landscaped planter beds and 10,000 SF of asphalt paving within and along the new public park.

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Reconstruction of Roma and Hett Avenues

Staten Island, NY

Reconstruction of Roma and Hett Avenues is to add drainage and alleviate flooding to the nearby residents of New Dorp Beach. The project consists of upgrading the underground facilities and introducing drainage facilities to accommodate the stormwater runoff. We managed the installation of approximately 17,000 Linear Feet of new Water Mains, 11,500 Linear Feet of Storm Sewer including Box Culvert and 17,000 LF of Sanitary Sewer on piles with the use of open cut and pipe jacking techniques. The project consists of extensive dewatering operations with 60’ deep wells. Restoration consists of concrete road base throughout the project limits inclusive of new curbs, sidewalks, bus pads and private property mitigation

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Goethals Bridge Replacement Wetland Mitigation

Staten Island, NY

The Goethals Bridge Replacement Wetland Mitigation project involved the restoration of 10.5 acres of low marsh, 2.5 acres of high marsh and 7.9 acres of scrub-shrub. Project consisted of installation of erosion and sediment control measures, clearing, grubbing, excavation, disposal, grading, fill placement, planting with native salt marsh vegetation and maintenance and monitoring upon completion of construction and related incidental work. Complexities included tidal creek crossings, tidal marsh restoration, unconsolidated substrates, highly organic soils, invasive plants and herbivory predator issue. The project was characterized by its aggressive completion schedule of slightly over 1 year during which JRCRUZ had moved close to 100,000 tons of material and planted over 300,000 native plants.

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West 30th Street Microtunnel

Manhattan, NY

JRCRUZ recently completed the installation of 460 feet of 108.5-inch microtunnel in Manhattan, New York.

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Hunters Point South Waterfront Development

Queens, NY

This project involved the waterfront development of 10 acres along the East River in Long Island City, Queens, NY. This prime waterfront property will eventually be home to 1,120 high rise apartments, 40,000 square feet of retail space and a 600-seat elementary school. JRCRUZ performed the demolition of abandoned pre-existing structures and installed new sewers, water mains, stormwater outfalls, bulkhead remediation and site restoration including landscaping the new Hunters Point waterfront park.

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New Creek West Branch Bluebelt

Staten Island, NY

This project involved the reconstructing 25 acres of wetlands in Staten Island, New York to develop a storm water pollution control Best Management Practice (BMP). Work included construction of large cast-in-place weir chambers, storm sewers and approximately 2,000 LF of water mains.

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New Stapleton Waterfront Development

Staten Island, NY

The New Stapleton Waterfront Development project involved reconstructing a tidal wetlands area and building a new waterfront park along the New York Harbor. Work includes reconstruction of an esplanade, waterfront structures, approximately 3,000 LF of water mains and other utilities throughout the site.

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Bertram Avenue

Staten Island, NY

The Bertram Avenue project included the installation of over 12,500 linear feet of sanitary sewer and storm water drainage piping including a storm water outfall into the West Reach Raritan Bay. The project included a sunken caisson shaft about 80 feet deep, a 1,100 linear foot microtunnel drive and a 450 linear foot microtunnel drive. The 450-foot microtunnel drive was successfully retrieved into a live interceptor sewer manhole on Hylan Boulevard (one of Staten Island’s major highways) with the use of self-performed permeation grouting as a means of groundwater cutoff. The project was completed with an achievement award from the NYC DDC where there were “zero-deviations and no punch list”, a first for the NYC DDC.

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Bergen Basin Sewer Reconstruction

Queens, New York

JRCRUZ recently completed the Bergen Basin Sewer Reconstruction Project in Queens, New York. This project included the construction of 3 deep shafts below the groundwater table and approximately 1,000 feet of microtunneling 66.5 and 45.5 inch diameter reinforced concrete pipe.

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