DB Services for Structural Rehab of the East River Suspended Spans & Anchorages at the RFK Bridge
This is a design build project which includes the structural rehabilitation strengthening and steel repairs of the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge East River Suspended Spans (ERSS), Queens Anchorage (QAN), and Wards Island Anchorage (WAN). The work shall also include the construction of new widened sidewalks/walkways to improve pedestrian and bicycle access between Queens and Wards Island and a new FRP deck grating between the roadway and shared-use path.
Major project scopes of work shall include, but not limited to, structural steel inspections, structural steel repair, seismic improvements, new main cable and anchorage dehumidification, new cable acoustic monitoring, new weigh-in-motion improvements at Queens Anchorage, new architectural lighting at the bridge towers, and painting of steel superstructure.
Additional scopes of work shall also include, engineering, monitoring, surveying, environmental compliance, public outreach, borings, geotechnics, utility relocation, shielding, highway lighting, electrical, communications systems, mechanical systems, systems integration, concrete repairs, protective sealers, bridge drainage, scuppers, downspouts, FRP pipes, standpipe, steel barriers, fence, guard rail, median barrier, signs, pavement marking, impact attenuators, MPT supplies, shuttle bus service, foundations, trucking, temp. bridge, bearings, expansion joints, forms/shoring, landscaping, concrete, milling and paving.
This is a State Funded Project and has MBE, WBE, & SDVOB Goals assigned to it. Halmar encourages and promotes a maximum MWDBE and SDVOB participation on this and all of its projects. All firms are encouraged to contact our main office to investigate how you can become involved in this project with our team.
Plans and Specifications will be made available to all interested certified MWBE and SDVOB firms upon request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to request bid documents.