Utility Work

 

C.A.C. has a long track record of installing new gas, telephone and electric facilities as well as maintaining live systems during the construction of other infrastructure in both NYC and the outer boroughs. In lower Manhattan, where the density of underground utilities is most challenging, C.A.C. has excelled at coordinating the relocation of electric, gas and telephone systems to avoid new City facilities. In Brooklyn, C.A.C. installed new gas, electric and cable systems for The Gateway Estates housing development funded by the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

 

 

ConEd Oil-O-Static Pipelines

 

C.A.C. had a 3-year contract to work for Con Edison on oil-o-static pipelines within the 5 boroughs. The work included excavation, sheeting, welding, building of structures, and working in Con-Ed substations. This was an emergency contract that included 24-hour service to support burn-outs, leaks, and faults.

 

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Electric and Telephone Repairs in Manhattan

 

C.A.C. has performed major electrical and telephone work including manholes, relocation of duct banks, installing new duct banks and structures for ConEd (electric) and ECS (telephone). Work entailing excavation, sheeting, wood forms, and reinforced concrete.

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Palmer Rd (Sarah Lawrence Hospital) Westchester NY: Electric Vaults

 

C.A.C. performed a spot-by job for ConEd to install multiple electrical vaults and conduit in order to upgrade Sarah Lawrence Hospital. The job entailed excavation, sheeting, driving 40' wooden piles, pouring reinforced concrete slabs, and installing electrical and sewer pipe.

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PHASE I - World Trade Center - Streets, Utilities and Related Infrastructures

 

C.A.C. was awarded a contract with the PANYNJ to install new steam, gas, water main and sewer systems within the periphery of the World Trade Center Redevelopment in Lower Manhattan. The complexity of the project entailed the coordination of this vital infrastructure work with the simultaneous construction of Tower One, Tower Two, Tower Three, the 9/11 Memorial, The Vehicle Security Center and the PATH transit hub projects. Infrastructure work was installed in numerous phases and variable work hours to accommodate the construction of the other projects.

 

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