Hayduk Engineering was the engineering consultant for the $1 million project to completely reconstruct 2 miles of roads for the Moorings Homeowner’s Association in East Islip, NY. Hayduk Engineering provided existing pavement/ roadway evaluation, design of road reconstruction and improvements, bidding phase services, and full-time construction inspection/administration services.
The project included full depth recycle-in-place of all existing pavements and subbase, injection of asphalt emulsion and creation of a new 4” thick base course, and 2” overlay of Type 6 asphalt. The project also included installation of new traffic calming devices and signage throughout the community.
The Moorings Road Reconstruction Projecteverbeta2020-08-31T19:54:36+00:00
This 60-unit apartment complex in Douglaston was constructed in the early 1980’s at the bottom of a steep slope neighboring a NYC owned golf course. The slopes were stabilized using a maze like series of timber retaining walls comprised of untreated lumber. Hayduk Engineering was brought in on this project in 2005 to analyze the existing condition of the deteriorated timber retaining walls and side slopes. Hayduk Engineering provided an existing conditions report and design plans and specifications for the replacement of the existing deteriorated timber retaining walls with 1,900 LF of new precast concrete segmental retaining wall units, ranging in height from 3’-18’.
Hayduk Engineering provided full time construction management services for this $2+ million construction project. Construction was completed in 2016.
Highpoint at Douglaston Retaining Walls and Parking Loteverbeta2020-08-31T19:52:54+00:00
Hayduk Engineering is providing construction inspection services for several projects throughout the five boroughs.
The pavement preservation work includes:
Bruckner Expressway double course overlay small section includes pavement repairs
Henry Hudson Parkway single course only asphalt fair
Van Wyck Expressway single course only asphalt
Staten Island Expressway single course only very good condition preventive treatment based on pavement management system for interstate highways
West Shore Expressway South Bound- single course only, North Bound double course as indicated on the plans and single course as indicated on the plans
LIE main line in very good condition, few partial and few partial depth repair. LIE collector distributor system fair to slightly bad, significant amount of full depth repair. The ramps are not included in this project.
Nassau Expressway Eastbound good/fair not that many full depth repairs. Full depth repairs were done in XM14.49 in 2016 Nassau Expressway West bound short section. the ramps are in good shape where no major amount of work is required. Asphalt section on the East bound are to be milled and repaved with single course overlay.
GCP connector ramps- The ramps are in very bad condition. Pavement committee decided to use asphalt repairs as a temporary fix. The connector ramps are to be reconstructed under the Kew Gardens interchange project.
Our services include construction inspection, on-site field testing of materials, field measurement and collection of data necessary to submit monthly and final estimates and progress reports in accordance with the Manual of Uniform Record Keeping, and preparation of record plans showing all changes from the contract plans.
NYSDOT Region 11 Pavement Preservationeverbeta2020-08-31T20:22:17+00:00
In an effort to bring safer, cleaner and easier to navigate stations, Long Island Railroad (LIRR) developed and implemented the Enhanced Stations Initiative (ESI) Program. The program was implemented in two (2) phases. The first phase included eight (8) locations; Brentwood, Deer Park, Syosset, Merrick, Bellmore, Farmingdale, Stony Brook, and East Hampton. The second phase included six (6) additional stations; Great Neck, Bayside, Northport, Valley Stream, Ronkonkoma, and Baldwin. The work in the ESI program included: Platform Replacement/Renewal, Station Building Repairs, Surrounding Station Building Rehabilitation and Amenities Installation including USB charging stations, Wi-Fi, CCTV cameras, bike racks, high efficiency lighting, wayfinding signage and totems, and MTA Arts & Design permanent artwork.
Hayduk Engineering provided full time construction inspection services for the renovations at the East Hampton and Stony Brook station locations as part of the Phase 1 program. Work at these stations included station building rehabilitations, platform repairs, handrail replacement, shelter shed replacement, and station plaza rehabilitation.
As part of the Phase 2 program, Hayduk Engineering provided engineering design and quality control management services which included engineering design of structural improvements at the Northport station, design of a standard foundation detail for the new informational kiosks, and Quality Assurance/Quality Control services for the work at six (6) additional station locations.
Major work on the project concluded in late 2019 and the program has won several national awards.
Hayduk Engineering is currently providing full-time construction inspection services for the $136 million reconstruction of I-95 from Port Chester to the Connecticut State Line. The 15 mile section of the New England Thruway (I-95) carries traffic from New York City to the Connecticut border. Over the past decades, 14 miles of the highway in the Bronx, Pelham, New Rochelle, Mamaroneck, Harrison and Rye have been reconstructed. This project will complete the reconstruction of the “last mile,” improve motorists’ experience and increase the safety along this section of I-95. The project spans approximately one mile and contains a six ramp interchange system with the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) and Midland Avenue in the City of Rye and Village of Port Chester in Westchester County. It also includes replacement of the Cross Westchester Expressway ramp bridge and the Grace Church Street bridge over the Thruway, and resurfacing of the Byram River bridge.
The main components of the project includes:
Replacement of Grace Church Street bridge
Replacement and realignment of the I-287 eastbound to I-95 northbound ramp bridge
Resurfacing of the Byram River bridge
Realignment of ramp from Midland Avenue to connect directly to I-95 northbound
Widening of I-95 southbound to provide a two-lane exit ramp to I-287 westbound
Improvements to the I-95 northbound/Midland Avenue interchange
Substructure Repairs to the Boston Post Road bridge, Purchase Street bridge, and the Blind Brook culvert
Repaving of Playland Parkway entrance and exit ramps
Hayduk Engineering’s responsibilities include construction inspection, record keeping, review of shop drawings and submittals, and construction materials testing. The project is currently entering its third year of construction and is anticipated to be completed in 2021.
NYSTA I-95 Last Mile Reconstructioneverbeta2020-08-31T19:47:18+00:00
This New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA) project included the construction of a new Shared Use Path (SUP) connecting the New NY Bridge (Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge) and the existing Esposito Trail, between Route 9W North and the Exit 10 ramp along the NYS Thruway (I-287) in the Village of South Nyack, NY.
The 3.6 mile long SUP is part of the $3.9 billion project to build the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, a cable stayed bridge which replaced the Tappan Zee Bridge in 2017. Approximately 50 million vehicles cross the bridge annually.
The Shared Use Path is a 12 foot wide asphalt path with a blue overlay coating that is shared between pedestrians and bicyclists. Along the path there are six (6) scenic overlook locations and at the terminus of the path on the Rockland County side of the bridge, there is a new parking lot and comfort station.
The project included an underpass below the South Broadway Bridge; a side path behind the South Nyack Village Hall to connect the SUP with the Esposito Trail; retaining walls and noise abatement walls including secant piles walls; reconfiguration of entrance & exit ramps; intersection improvements including traffic signals and street lighting; landscaping and aesthetic features; new vehicular and pedestrian signage including a new overhead sign structure; storm drainage and utility work.
Hayduk Engineering provided full time construction inspection services on this project for the duration of construction as a subconsultant to NV5. The Shared Use Path was opened to the public on June 15, 2020.
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