This project is for LIRR bridge replacement. SOE will be installed, the bridge and abutment will be demolished. New piles will be installed and abutments cast on top of the piles. Bridge and tracks restored.
The purpose of the Perth Amboy Station Accessibility Improvements Project is to execute improvements work to the historic Perth Amboy Railroad Station, built in 1927, so that the station is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The project calls for the construction of two new high-level platforms as well as four new elevators and additional ramps and stairs providing access to the platforms. Upon completion of the project, the station will meet the requirements under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Other improvements include renovation of restrooms, the installation of upgraded security cameras, as well as repairs to both the eastbound and westbound buildings. Located at Smith and Market streets near the Raritan River, the Perth Amboy station served an average of 874 weekday passenger trips before the pandemic. The station, which has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1984, is built in the Renaissance Revival architectural style. The station’s distinctive design elements will be preserved in the newly designed station.
Based on the results of previous investigations at the site, subsurface investigations were recommended to be performed in the sidewalk area immediately adjacent to the building to determine the source or sources of chlorinated volatile organic compound contamination, and to determine if the source is due to an ongoing release. Support of the installation of a test pit in the sidewalk area was required.
TBTA is investigating the environmental effects of the existing tolling areas at Manhattan bridges and tunnels. Enovate reduced data and provided traffic analysis at 40-50 intersections.
This project requires a consultant firm to provide Program Management Consultant, Construction Management, and Design Compliance Services (collectively, “PMC Services”) to administer, manage, oversee, and coordinate the accessibility upgrades at eight stations in the Boroughs of New York City. The Project will install ADA compliant elevators at eight (8) stations and will perform state of good repair work at selected stations. Stations include: - Westchester Square Station - Pelham Line, Bronx - 181st Street Station - 8th Ave Line, Manhattan - Queensboro Plaza Station - Flushing Line, Queens - Court Square Station - Crosstown Line, Queens - Woodhaven Boulevard Station (ADA and SoGR) - Jamaica Line, Queens - Marcy Ave Station - Jamaica Line, Queens - Flushing Ave Station - Jamaica Line, Queens - 8th Avenue Southbound - Sea Beach Line, Brooklyn
This project is the development, design and construction of a 3 MW (AC) Solar Farm.
The PANYNJ owns and operates the WTC Central Chiller Plant (CCP) located in Battery Park Memorial Plaza. The CCP uses water from the Hudson River to generate chilled water which is utilized for space cooling at the WTC site. The sluice gates control river water flow and are in need of replacement. As part of the replacement process, portions of the Battery Park Esplanade will need to be closed to pedestrians and Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) will be designed for those closures.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey requires technical services and day-to-day support to Port Commerce facility staff on various operations assignments. These services are centralized in the Traffic Operations group within Traffic Engineering. Port Commerce facilities include Port Newark - Elizabeth Port Authority Marine Terminal, Port Jersey Port Authority Marine Terminal, Cape Liberty (Bayonne) Cruise Terminal, Brooklyn Port Authority Marine Terminal, and Howland Hook Marine Terminal. Enovate was responsible for New York Marine Terminal facilities. Sign Service Requests (SSRs) were prepared to meet the signing needs of the facility staff to maintain operations at the facilities.
The PANYNJ is currently undertaking an initiative to convert all Hudson River Crossing facilities to cashless tolling. At the George Washington Bridge (GWB), the removal of the Upper-Level Toll Plaza and conversion to a tolling alternative presents several complexities related to the safe and efficient operation of the main line bridge lanes, on/off ramps and the local roadway network in Fort Lee. With the planned conversion of the Toll Plaza areas to mainline roadways, PANYNJ Traffic Engineering wanted to evaluate how to best modify the multiple lanes within the plaza after cashless tolling is implemented. Therefore, the PA Traffic Team is evaluating various proposed concepts. KLD Engineering will be providing modeling and analysis services which includes a review of key metrics such as travel times and queue lengths.
As part of the Redevelopment of John F. Kennedy International Airport, conceptual guide sign plans are being developed for guide and terminal directory signing in the Central Terminal Area (CTA), on-airport roadways, and off-airport inbound and outbound roadways. Sign locations and design for recovery routes and other on-airport areas, including Federal Circle.
JFK International Airport Van Wyck Expressway – North and South Service Road Ramps. As part of this project the ramp connections will be realigned to improve safety on the ramps, local roads, and the Van Wyck Expressway. Access along the service roads will be improved as well as modifications to a parking lot. Enovate’s scope includes removal, resetting and/or replacement of existing wayfinding signs and traffic control signs. New guide signs were designed in Gerber Omega software.
Enovate is providing Engineering Support Services in support of the redevelopment of John. F. Kennedy Airport.
The Program includes a new Terminal A, new access roadways, expanded airfield and a new parking and consolidated rental car facility.
This Design-Build project involves the reconstruction of the Lexington Avenue mezzanine and replacement of the existing escalators for the Flushing Line at the Grand Central 42nd Street Station for the MTA. Work consists of demolition, and new construction of concrete slab infills, concrete and masonry wall construction, structural steel, metal ceilings, new AFC railings and gates with glass balustrade, stainless steel mesh guardrails and handrails, granite floor tile and column covers, wall tile, painting, new escalators and escalator cladding, new dashboards, and ticket booth upgrades. MEP upgrades will consist of power and lighting upgrades, CCTV, communication, and FA system upgrades, sprinkler, plumbing drainage, and HVAC work. Specialty work will consist of concrete rehabilitation, waterproofing, ventilator shaft repairs, concrete sidewalk replacement, and other trades typically associated with this type of work.
A utility-scale project covering 3000+ acres in northern CA capable of generating 400 MW of electricity to the grid and charging 80 MW of co-located battery storage cells.
This project includes approximately 6,000 rooftop and carport solar panels capable of generating 2.5 MW of electricity which can also be used to charge flow cell storage batteries capable of 4.0 MW of output.
Participated as the Traffic/MPT Specialist on a Value Engineering Study for Belt Cross Island Parkway Bridge over Dutch Broadway - 115th Avenue Value Engineering Study. Value Engineering process includes Function Analysis, Creative Idea Generation, Judgement and Analysis of Ideas, and Investigation and Development of Alternatives.
In support of a rehabilitation project of the lower deck of the Verrazzano Narrows Bridge (VNB) connecting Staten Island and Brooklyn in New York, NY, Enovate provided traffic analysis services. The project examined both the mainlines of the VNB as well as surface street approaches and adjacent intersections to assess and mitigate impacts associated with construction detours for the project.
DSNY owns and operates a Marine Transfer Station Facility in Manhattan at West 59th Street and Marginal Road where a comprehensive rehabilitation is being performed. A marine project that is being conducted over water, the rehabilitation will extend the facility’s life for the next 20 years and involves refurbishing the existing 51,000 square-foot pier building, including the Operations Building interiors. This includes under pier work such as repairing pile caps, bents and pedestals, underwater epoxy encapsulation of deteriorating piles, pile replacement, and replacing fishplates and pile wrapping. Existing fender piles are also being removed and replaced, along with wales chocks and hardware.
DSNY owns and operates a Bagging Building Facility in Staten Island, New York at 450 West Service Road. DSNY is constructing a new bagging facility inclusive of civil work, concrete elements, steel frame covered by fabric, MEP and utility work. Work was overseen by personnel with engineering and construction expertise as it relates to facilities construction, maintenance, and asset management.
The Manhattan Family Courthouse is located on the west side of Lafayette Street between Franklin and Leonard Streets. The building houses the Family Court, Department of Probation, Human Resources Administration, and Legal Aid. The courthouse is a modern black granite building designed by the architectural firm of Haines Lundberg Waehler, which later designed the office buildings at the World Financial Center. Built in 1975, a fashionable new form, it was intended to look as if it is an incised cube that was carved away from a polished black granite monolith. The building was undergoing a Fire Alarm replacement and required services related to the detailed design submission and construction drawings submission for the consulting engineer.
The Universal Physical Education Initiative set our to provide a select number of schools in all five boroughs with a designated physical education space by 2021. While all schools are required to provide physical education, not all schools have space. Public School 20 in Staten Island is part of this initiative. The client is constructing a new 4,536 square foot, one-story stand-alone gym annex building with pre-cast concrete wall panels and thin brick veneer. Also included were all utilities, foundations, electricity and mechanical work.
The client provided construction services for a 4-building, 121,000 SF behavioral health complex within the Eagleville Hospital Campus. The project contained residences for 88 patients as well as a central activities and service building, including a cafeteria, gymnasium, and treatment facilities. The residential buildings featured wood frame construction, including cost-effective partial off-site construction technology. The activities building is predominately steel and masonry construction and provides the campus with centralized food preparation and dining as well as facilities for patient treatment. The project also includes substantial upgrades to all utility services, including a new stormwater management system, electric service, and sanitary service.
This New Jersey Transit State of Good Repair Program (NJTSGRP) involves repair or rehabilitation of customer-facing facilities up to the authorized program budget. NJT has established a Central Oversight Organization to provide management oversight of the full program.
967 Nostrand Avenue is a Building located in the Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY. Colin Towers was a proposed development that is a 7-story mixed use building with market-rate rental apartments, community facility and/or commercial space. The plan included 2 floors of subgrade parking for tenants, as well as parking spaces available for rent to the public. The proposed 162-foot-tall development yielded 132,256 square feet, with 53,678 square feet designated for residential space and 12,498 square feet for commercial use. The building was planned to have 52 residences, most likely condos based on the average unit scope of 1,032 square feet. The concrete-based structure was also planned to have 39 enclosed parking spaces.
The client was designing and developing a new solar system concept design.
Enovate completed a Value Engineering Study to review the design and constructability of the proposed approach for the Rehabilitation / Replacement of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway Four North Bridges, extending their safe service life and making proactive infrastructure sustainability a priority to avoid any unplanned service disruptions.
The Battery Park City Ballfield Resiliency project constructs an independent flood barrier system along the eastern, northern, and southern boundaries of the ballfields. To construct the project portions of the roadway network, bikeway, and sidewalk needed to be closed. To ensure continuous operation of the heavily used Hudson River Greenway for bicyclists and the sidewalk along the west side of West Street between Warren Street and Murray Street, a modification to the bikeway and detour of pedestrians was required. The sidewalk was closed off and pedestrians were detoured to the west side of the bikeway and bikes were detoured to the east side of the bikeway. Signs, temporary pavement markings, and traffic control devices were installed to control traffic. MPT plans were approved by NYSDOT and NYCDOT.
The expansion at PS 46 in Queens will add 440 seats for students in preschool through fifth grade — nearly doubling the school's enrollment — and make the entire facility accessible thanks to the addition of an elevator, according to the NYC School Construction Authority and City Council Member Barry Grodenchik. The annex will include more than a dozen new classrooms, art and music rooms, a science resource room, a dining area for students and medical and administrative suites. It is expected to be ready in time for the 2023-2024 school year.
This client performed the rehabilitation of stairs, platforms and mezzanine at 138th Street Grand Concourse station Jerome Line “A” Division (IRT). This station has two side platforms and three tracks and is the only other station on the line to be built underground. The Rehabilitation of 138th Street Grand Concourse Station included station upgrades and structural repairs of the station that first opened in 1918. The Scope of Work consisted of platform edge replacement, new platform concrete toppings, new rubbing board and new non-slip strip tack tile in addition to extensive structural repairs and leak mitigation by applying chemical grout injections. The majority of these activities were performed during weekend within a narrow 53-hour window, before returning the station back to service. The project achieved platform ADA compliance.
The Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel is the largest repair project in the 177-year history of New York City’s water supply system. Its centerpiece is a 2.5-mile-long bypass tunnel that DEP is building 600 feet under the Hudson River from Newburgh to Wappinger. When the project is finished in 2023, the bypass tunnel will be connected to structurally sound portions of the existing Delaware Aqueduct on either side of the Hudson River to convey water around a leaking section of the tunnel. The 85-mile-long Delaware Aqueduct, the longest tunnel in the world, typically conveys about half of New York City’s drinking water each day from reservoirs in the Catskills. The project required professional services to support the Rondout-West Branch Tunnel Bypass, a section of the Delaware Aqueduct. The Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel is the first tunnel built under the Hudson River since 1957, when the south tube of the Lincoln Tunnel was finished.
The Shepherds Flat Wind Farm is an 845 megawatt (MW) wind farm in the eastern part of U.S. state of Oregon, near Arlington, in both Gilliam and Morrow counties. The wind farm was built by Caithness Energy using General Electric GE2.5XL 2.5 MW wind turbines, and it supplies electricity to Southern California Edison. The wind farm is estimated to have an economic impact of $16 million annually for Oregon. It is one of the largest land-based wind farms in the world.
Improving highway safety for the traveling public is defined as a key emphasis area in New York State's Strategic Highway Safety Plan. Safety objectives defined in the plan include improving safety for pedestrians, improving data analysis tools and capabilities, improving the design and operation of highway intersections, decreasing fatalities resulting from travel lane departures and improving work zone safety. To help meet these objectives, the NYSDOT had a requirement for Traffic Engineering Services as required by the focused on safety-related infrastructure projects.
Enovate is performing Project Management Support services for the $300M Design-Build MSC Disney Cruises Terminal project. This is a new two-berth terminal being built and operated by MSC. The new terminal includes joint facilities for the Disney Cruise Line. A multi-berth shared facility with MSC Cruises and Disney will result in tremendous cost savings for Miami-Dade County. The terminal is to be located on the easternmost site of the Port -- this high visibility location will mean that it is the first terminal viewed by every returning cruise ship and the last terminal viewed by every departing cruise ship.
The construction will provide critical flood protection to the 15-acre campus. Construction will include reinforced concrete floodwalls and vertically deployable flood barriers around the entire medical center complex, adjacent to New York Harbor. The scope also calls for additional floodproofing efforts, such as interior reinforced-waterproofed walls, flood doors and glass, flood gates, temporary access stairs, and underground pump stations.
The contractor worked at the Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) in Albany, GA, on repairs related to the impact of Hurricane Michael. The first Category 5 Hurricane to strike the mainland US in more than 25 years, Hurricane Michael hit the MCLB with gusts of 74 MPH and caused nearly $3 billion in estimated damages state-wide. Scope included replacing canopy structures, performing roof replacements and repairs, repairing HVAC and electrical systems, installing a new fire alarm system, abating hazardous materials, replacing fencing and various other architectural finishes repair tasks. In total, over 330 repair tasks across 80 individual facilities were completed at the Base.
The Hunts Point Branch of The New York Public Library features spacious windows and large arches of warm red brick. It was completed on July 1, 1929 as the last of the 39 branches built with Andrew Carnegie’s gift. The library is modernizing and updating, while preserving details of the iconic Carnegie building. Significant improvements to be made include updates to accommodate code compliance; an upgrade for the elevator; upgrades to HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems; restrooms; new stairs and wood flooring and more efficient staff space. The 13,500-square-foot Hunts Point Library is also slated to receive a new garden area and improvements to its entrance vestibule. The Library will also take advantage of its third-floor custodial apartment to provide a usable area that will improve space efficiency throughout the branch.
The contractor converted a military barracks in to “zones” to accommodate a Non-Acute COVID Alternate Care Facility (ACF) to include a Nurse Station, Medication Station, Nourishment Area, Showers, Hand Washing Stations, Toilets, Equipment Storage Room, Soiled Linen Storage, Soiled Utilities, Waste Room, Bio-Hazard Waste, Janitors Closet, Medical Gas Storage, Clean Linen Storage, and a Clean Utility Room. Once complete, it will support patient recovery areas for ambulatory Non-Acute COVID patients with semi-private beds segregated by temporary partitions, acting as a temporary satellite Ward fully supported by a nearby full-service hospital. Work will include Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing installation and commissioning, interior finishes repair and installation, and fire protection and communication systems evaluation, installation, and commissioning.
This project included the design and construction of various Virgin Island National Guard (VING) facility repairs. The VING occupied buildings consist of primarily single-story warehouses ranging in size of approximately 45 to 50,000 square feet. The work included all engineering design and analysis and construction required to provide structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical repairs within fourteen designated VING buildings. Also included was demolition, lawful disposal and replacement of the existing standing metal and modified bitumen roofing systems; flashing; roof vents and drains; gutters; downspouts; overhead doors; hangar doors; man-doors; windows; interior and exterior renovations; HVAC and plumbing systems; electrical systems; fire alarm systems and other associated activities.
In order to provide direct access to the proposed Volvo Manufacturing Facility, the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) was constructing a new three-leg directional interchange along I-26 in Berkeley County, South Carolina. Our client was the Design-Build contractor on this project, constructing five miles of roadway, two flyover ramps, two at-grade ramps and three bridges.
Under a program to link all major highway arteries in North Carolina, the NC Department of Transportation contracted a total of 478 major and minor infrastructure construction projects across Interstate 95. Our client constructed a new 6.8-mile stretch of Interstate highway from Cliffdale Road to the east of the All American Freeway.
This project was for the construction of a fixed span high rise Radio Island Bridge with a new 3.8 mile highway section of US-70 for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NC DOT). We worked with the Contractor’s engineering team to design a temporary work trestle capable of supporting a 330-ton crane with 75-ton load at maximum radius as well as pile driving templates and other construction engineering items for the project. Working together, the team was able to cut material costs of the trestle in half.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) reconfigured traffic flow along the ramps and bridges carrying I-295 traffic across Routes 42 and I-76 with the Direct Connection project. Our client constructed the second phase of this multi-year contract.
The Fort Edward Solar project is a 100 MW photovoltaic solar energy generation facility. Included will be solar arrays and other project infrastructure such as the site roads, substation and electrical interconnection to the National Grid 115kV circuit. Enovate was brought on to conduct a traffic study for this important project.
This project required construction administration and construction inspection during construction of a pedestrian underpass below County Route 537 with extension of the Union Transportation Trail from Monmouth County into Ocean County. Improvements included construction of the underpass with a precast box culvert, installation of retaining walls, bituminous roadway reconstruction, trail construction, new road signing and striping and the relocation of an underground gas line. Work required roadway lane closure with single lane traffic in each direction maintained.
This project will help improve access to Howland Hook Marine Terminal operated by Global Container terminal by widening the exit ramp from I-278 and adding additional lanes on Forest Ave. Traffic signals will be improved, pedestrian access will be improved along with other safety enhancements on Forest Avenue between Gulf Avenue and Goethals Road North on Staten Island. Enovate provided an in-depth Constructability Review of the entire plan set.
DSNY owns and operates a Marine Transfer Facility in Flushing, New York at 119-01 31st Avenue. Work at this facility included replacing the topping slab on both the tipping and loading floor using a high strength cementitious metallic topping, installing armor plates on push wall in loading floor and adding a fence on the loading floor. Work also included demolition work, concrete and reinforcement work, steel and welding work.
2 Broadway is an office building at the south end of Broadway, near Bowling Green Park in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York City. It was built on the site of the New York Produce Exchange, and now houses the headquarters of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The building was undergoing a Fire Alarm replacement and required services related to the detailed design submission and construction drawings submission for the consulting engineer.
The contractor converted a Bergen New Bridge Hospital Gymnasium in to “zones” to accommodate a 30-Bed Non-Acute COVID Alternate Care Facility (ACF) to include a Nurse Station, Medication Station, Nourishment Area, Showers, Hand Washing Stations, Toilets, Equipment Storage Room, Soiled Linen Storage, Soiled Utilities, Waste Room, Bio-Hazard Waste, Janitors Closet, Medical Gas Storage, Clean Linen Storage, and a Clean Utility Room. It supports patient recovery areas for ambulatory Non-Acute COVID patients with semi-private beds segregated by temporary partitions, acting as a temporary satellite Ward fully supported by a nearby full-service hospital. Work included Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing installation and commissioning, interior finishes repair and installation, and fire protection and communication systems evaluation, installation, and commissioning.
This project is proposed to be built in the Towns of Watertown and Hounsfield, Jefferson County, New York. The facility study area consists of approximately 3,031 acres. The proposed design consists of 1,070 acres of fenced-in PV areas to be developed. The majority of the site is currently agricultural land (corn, hay, soybean, cattle) and is surrounded by residential and commercial properties, additional agricultural fields (corn, soybean, hay), Interstate Route 81, and scrub-shrub deciduous forest.
A $1.3 billion redevelopment of Belmont Park is transforming surplus land at the Long Island site into the UBS Arena, new home of the New York Islanders, a 350,000-square foot retail and entertainment complex and new hotel that will create a world-class sports and entertainment destination. The newly redeveloped Belmont Park, which is entirely privately funded, will serve as an internationally recognized destination for sports, entertainment, retail and hospitality, while strengthening the local economy and boosting tourism.