Transit Work

 

As we prepare for the future, C.A.C. has strived to become specialized in the area of rehabilitation work. We recently completed several projects rehabilitating steel, abatement and painting of Transit Structures, modification of the existing hi-line rail-line, granite stairways on various step streets. C.A.C. has now expanded their horizon beyond typical road, sewer, and watermain projects, which will enable us to diversify our bidding scope in years to come.

 

 

La Salle Street

 

C.A.C. completed a joint project with Iron Bridge Group, Inc. for New York City Transit. The rehabilitation project involved the installation of suspended metal deck platforms, structural steel rehabilitation and overcoat painting, to the existing elevated structure from La Salle Street to 133rd Street in Upper Manhattan. The project involved installation of suspended metal deck platforms, structural steel rehabilitation and overcoat painting.

 

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Reconstruction of Nostrand Ave

 

This $15 million NYCDDC project in Brooklyn, funded by the Federal Transit Administration, called for asphalt milling and paving on Nostrand Avenue and Rogers/Bedford Avenues on an 8 mile stretch from Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead  Bay to Taylor Street in Williamsburg. A significant aspect of this project was also the installation of select bus service (SBS) bus stops throughout the project limits, which included installation of high curbs, monetary fare machines (MFC), bus shelters, benches, tree pits as well as painting the “BUS ONLY” lane. Bus riders are provided with a faster and more efficient service than that on local or "limited" buses. In addition, more than 4,000 LF of water main of various sizes have been installed