Suffolk County Department of Public Works, On-Call Construction Inspection and Permit/Site Plan Review for Various Capital Projects

Posted on August 6, 2015

Client: Suffolk County Department of Public Works
Project Type: On-Call Construction Inspection and Permit/Site Plan Review for Various Capital Projects

Project Description

bridgeD&B has been providing complete oncall construction management and inspection services for several highway and bridge rehabilitation projects located throughout Long Island. These included the Suffolk County owned and maintained highways and bridges listed below:

  • CR83 Patchogue Mt. Sinai Road Bridge over Bicycle Path-Farmingville
  • CR21 Yaphank Avenue over Long Island Rail Road (LIRR)-Yaphank
  • Grand Avenue Bridge over Long Creek-Mattituck
  • Red Bridge Road over Orchard Neck Creek-Brookhaven
  • Turkey Bridge (Main Road) over Aspatuck River-East Quogue
  • Pedestrian Bridge spanning CR50-Union Boulevard and LIRR tracks-Islip
  • CR29 Ronkonkoma Avenue Bridge spanning Railroad/Johnson Avenue-LIRR Parking Lot,
    LIRR Tracks and Easton Street-Ronkonkoma, Islip
  • CR101 Sills Road Bridge over LIRR Tracks-Yaphank

SCDPW On Call Inspection at CR83The bridge rehabilitation work in this contract consists primarily of cleaning and painting of the steel members, repair/replace armored roadway expansion joints, steel repairs to steel girders and installation of bearing tie-down angles. The highways work in this contract includes but is not limited to concrete curb and sidewalk, asphalt pavement, traffic signals and utility work. There was extensive maintenance and protection of traffic provided at each bridge in order to keep traffic flowing and workers safe. All environmental concerns are managed with items to protect workers from any lead paint exposure and from leaving any hazardous materials on site, post construction. This project required extensive coordination with many agencies including the Long Island Rail Road when near the tracks and parking lots, U.S. Coast Guard and Army Corp of Engineers when near rivers, creeks and navigable waters and with the Aerial view of bridgemany utility companies that have their facilities mounted on or within these bridges- LIPA, National Grid, Cablevision and Suffolk County Water District. The local municipalities and Emergency Services (Fire and Police Departments) were informed as necessary to alert them of any temporary lane closures for the staged construction on some of the smaller, narrower bridges.

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