Building Use: Transportation
Owner/Developer: Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Construction & Development
Completion Date: July 2024
The Sandy Repairs Rockaway Line Wrap-Up project will provide needed repairs to the Rockaway Line caused by the damaged from Hurricane Sandy.
The work consists of:
(1) Repairing and replacing the fender system at the North Channel Bridge which will consist of the demolition of the existing pile clusters, fender systems and lighting and installation of new pile clusters and fender system and new navigation lights. The new fender system will consist of approximately: 338 13” FRP piles and 7000 LF of 12×12 walers.
(2) The repair and replacement of Lighting, TTB’s (Test Terminal Block’s), fiber optic, copper cables and conduits from Howard Beach Station to Hammel’s Wye Campus. Over 70,000 LF of cables and conduits be installed parallel to the tracks and will cross the tracks at seven different locations in between Howard Beach Station and Hammel’s Wye Campus.
(3) Replacement of signal switch heaters, conduits and cable at Rockaway Yard.
Port Chester, NY
Building Use: Public Space
Owner/Developer: Village of Port Chester
Completion Date: June 2022
Performed as part of a joint venture – Navillus/Ocean Marine JV.
The repair of the collapsed bulkhead section along the Byram River in Port Chester consisted of the removal and replacement of approximately 1,600 feet of the existing vinyl bulkhead, timber piles & wales, and the reinstallation of 1,650 linear feet of tied back steel coated sheeting. The work also included the excavation and disposal of existing fill, the replacement of existing catch basins. Due to the collapsed bulkhead being deemed unsafe the marine walkway has been closed to the public since 2010. Navillus/Ocean Marine JV acted as the general contractor on the project for the Village of Port Chester under the CM of Delaware Engineering.
Staten Island, NY
Building Use: Residential
Owner/Developer: New York City Housing Authority
Completion Date: March 2020
The New Lane project consisted of sediment retention and erosion control as the seaside slope that the NYCHA building sat on was slowly being eroded. Navillus also installed a King Pile & Sheet Pile system at one end of the site to prevent the erosion. In addition to this, Navillus also installed a stormwater outflow system and two manholes, removed and replaced damaged sidewalk, installed black iron gate typical on all NYCHA Houses, gabion wall as well as miscellaneous landscaping work both for appearance and providing additional stabilization to the slope with their roots.