Patroon Island Bridge
City of Rensselaer, Rensselaer County and City of Albany, Albany County, New York
Owner: NYS Dept. of Transportation
Approx. Revenue: $145,776,424.00
Description: This project involves the rehabilitation of the Patroon Island Bridge and all the ramps comprising the I-90 interchange with I-787. Work will include replacing the bridge decks and bearings, repairing steel and painting the bridges, as well as replacing or repairing the substructures of the interchange. The steel truss and substructures will also be strengthened to meet current seismic requirements.
ASI/BACC, JV has 40% in this Joint Venture.
Batavia Kill Stream Restoration
Prattsville, Greene County, New York
Owner: Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District
Approx. Revenue: $847,000.00
Description: Restoration of approximately 2,000 lf of the Batavia Kill stream channel which will include excavation and fill to create a new stream channel, stream dewatering, construction of in-stream rock structures, and the installation of various bio-engineering practices, including containerized plants, live fascines, live posts and stakes, wetland and riparian seeding.
Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Project – Schoharie Creek Erosion Restoration
Gilboa, Schoharie County, New York
Owner: NYS Power Authority
Approx. Revenue: $2,122,426.90
Description: Project includes the installation of an earthen berm and rip rap armament that was washed away during Hurricane Irene. Earthen berm will be constructed of soil excavated from the streambed while stream flow is diverted around the work area. Project includes excavation and contouring of the stream channel, excavation of scour pools, heavy rip rap cross vane installation, rip rap stream bank placement, repair of scoured area behind spillway training walls, and replacement of USGS gauging station also damaged during hurricane Irene. Approximately 70,000 cy of excavation and embankment will be performed and 25,000 tons of rip rap installed.
Replacement of I-87 Bridges Over Seven Lakes Drive, MP 34.03 and 34.01 and East Village Road at MP 36.13 and 36.14
Village of Sloatsburg, Rockland County and Town of Tuxedo, Orange County, New York
Owner: New York State Thruway Authority
Approx. Revenue: $29,350,000.00
Description: Project includes temporary and permanent soldier pile and lagging walls, H-Pile supported bridge foundations, temporary braced excavation support system, Precast Lagging Panel installation, Precast HY-Span Bridge units, Steel girder installation, cast in place reinforced concrete abutments, precast tee wall installation, roadway and drainage reconstruction and improvements, and all work is to be completed in a phased sequence while maintaining Thruway traffic.
Route 17 at Exit 122 Reconstruction - Contract 1
Town of Wallkill, Orange County, New York
Owner: NYS Department of Transportation
Approx. Revenue: $68,413,254.00
Description: This contract is for the construction of the Route 17 and Exit 122 EB Interchange for safety upgrades and alignment upgrades to meet the new interstate criteria for I-86 conversion for NYS Route 17. Work includes site clearing and excavation of approx 600,000 cy of soil and rock and approximately 350,000 cm of embankment for the relocation of the E. Main St and Crystal Run Road. Besides excavation of the new eastbound ramp alignment the work includes the construction of 5 new drainage ponds and creation of 4 new wetlands. Work also includes building excavation and grading for approx 8 different buildings, including the new exit and entering toll facilities. We are to perform all utility installation, which includes approx 20,000 lf of drainage pipe, ranging in sizes from 15” to 54” and associated drain structures. Also includes 2,200 lf of 8’’sewer pipe and 4650 lf of waterline varying in size from 4” to 12”. Work also includes excavation for electric duct bank and gas line installation, as well as a jacking of the gas line under Route 17. The contract also includes 4 new traffic signals and modification to two others. Work also includes placement of the pavement subbase course, 65,000 cy and paving approximate 120,000 tons of Route 17 Mainline and associated ramps the site. There is as much as 5,000 cy of this soil which could be contaminated. Handling of this material includes preparation of Health and Safety plan and a Material Handling Plan, stockpiling, testing and then disposal of the material according to soil contamination levels and installation of Monitoring wells and treatment of contaminated groundwater. In addition to the roadwork there are 6 new bridges, including Route 17 EB & WB over I-84, new deck structure and steel repairs, which include the jacking of the existing steel structure to rebuild the pedestal and replace the bearings. There is a new bridge for E. Amin St over Route 17. Of these six structures, 3 are large 3 sided culverts, including one that takes the entrance ramp from Route 84 Eastbound onto Route 17 eastbound under the local exit of Route 17 Eastbound, what has been come to be called “the basketweave”. The other two structures carry Route 17 and Main St over the Phillipsburg Creek. We also are constructing approximately 20,000 sf of retaining walls, which include Cast in place concrete facing over a temporary GRES wall and temporary stabilized earth using soil nailing.The project also includes numerous other ancillary work.