Carleton Manor (CDBG-DR) Construction Management as Agent Services for the Sandy Recovery Program at Carleton Manor, Hammel and Redfern Houses

Posted on April 17, 2015

Client: Carleton Manor
Project Type: (CDBG-DR) Construction Management as Agent Services for the Sandy Recovery Program at Carleton Manor, Hammel and Redfern Houses
Project Period: April 2015 – October 2017
Project Cost: Program Value: $4 Billion Carleton Manor Construction, Estimate: $31-44 Million

Major Components

  • Attend meetings with NYCHA, Architect/Engineer, and Program Manager
  • CPM Scheduling
  • Constructability and Value Engineering Review
  • Construction Cost Estimating
  • Contract Document Development
  • Permitting
  • Construction Quality Management Plan
  • Procurement Services
  • Construction Administration and Management
  • Quality Control and Testing
  • Safety
  • Resident Engineering Inspection
  • Cash Flow Forecast
  • Assist in Obtaining Certificate of Occupancy
  • NYCHA Training/O&M Certificates
  • Complete Construction Closeout
  • As-built Drawings
  • Final report

Project Description

Carelton Manor-1The John Purroy Mitchel Houses complex was constructed by the New York City Housing Authority, and completed in February  1966. The complex is bounded by 138th and 135th streets to the north and south, respectively, and Willis Avenue and Lincoln  Avenue to the east and west, respectively. The 1,732 apartment complex consists of ten large residential buildings and one non‐residential community center ranging from 17 to 20  stories high.

Under this Comprehensive Capital Improvements Program, the Mitchel Houses will receive a major upgrade to the complex to be delivered in 3 construction packages:

  • Package A – Under this Package all ten buildings will be  abated for asbestos, receive a new liquid applied membrane roof, new lightening protection system and masonry  repairs/repointing. D&B will be providing full-time roof inspectors to inspect the work.
  • Package B – The largest of the packages. Under this Package all of the complexes bathrooms will be remediated for mold, asbestos, and lead paint and be completely renovated. This work includes new fixtures, plumbing chase, walls, and tiling in  all bathrooms. D&B will providing inspection QA/QC as well as environmental air monitoring during the asbestos abatement work.Carelton Manor-2

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