Bergen Basin Sewer ReconstructionQueens, 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.click for more info
Bertram AvenueStaten 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.
Hunters Point South Waterfront DevelopmentQueens, 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.
New Creek West Branch BluebeltStaten 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.
New Stapleton Waterfront DevelopmentQueens, 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.