New York City Department of Design and Construction, Resident Engineering Inspection Services for the Reconstruction of Grand Concourse Service Roads, Borough of the Bronx, NY

Posted on April 14, 2015

Client: New York City Department of Design and Construction
Location: Bronx, NY
Project Type: Resident Engineering Inspection Services for the Reconstruction of Grand Concourse Service Roads, Borough of the Bronx, NY
Project Period: 2014 - 2016
Project Cost: $27,000,000

Major Components

  • Water Mains
  • Combined Sewers
  • Street Lighting
  • Roadway Reconstruction
  • Landscaping/Urban Design
  • Pedestrian Ramps and Sidewalks

Project Description

D&B providing Resident Engineering Inspection Services to NYCDDC for the Reconstruction of Grand Concourse Service RoadsD&B Engineers and Architects, P.C., as a joint venture, is providing Resident Engineering Inspection Services for the Reconstruction of Grand Concourse Service Roads between East 165 Street and East 172 Street, including widening of median/malls, replacement of combined sewers, relocation of distribution water mains, installation of street lighting and landscaping work. D&B is responsible for all requisite services necessary for the inspection, supervision, management, coordination and administration of the Project. D&B’s efforts will ensure that construction work is properly executed, completed in a timely fashion, and conforms to the requirements of the contract documents, and is performed in accordance with accepted industry practice standards. D&B is providing these services for the duration of the Project, including both pre- and post-construction.

D&B providing Resident Engineering Inspection Services to NYCDDC for the Reconstruction of Grand Concourse Service RoadsD&B’s pro-active and successful public participation program at the Grand Concourse site keeps affected businesses and residents, and all other stakeholders informed about the project. Inconveniences that need to be mitigated is brought to the attention of our Construction Community Liaison, which affords us the opportunity to address community matters in a timely manner, thereby preventing their escalation and potential to become an impediment to construction progress. Additionally, as an effort to keep the affected citizens in the loop, we provide “72-hour advance work” notices, “24-hour confirmation” notices, “community advisory” notices and “Look Ahead” notices.

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