Greenville Transfer Bridge No. 10

Trevcon Construction Co is currently working on the complete reconstruction of the New York New Jersey Railroad’s Bridge 10 Facility in Jersey City, and the rehabilitation of the 65th Street Facility in Brooklyn. This new hydraulically driven movable bridge is the latest in the Greenville Yards Redevelopment initiative launched by the Port Authority of NY & NJ in Jersey City. This unique facility when complete will transfer freight rail cars onto barges for transfer cross harbor to their receiving facility at the 65th Street Terminal in Brooklyn.

Bloomfield to West 14th Street- Waterfront Structures

Trevcon Construction Co. is working for the Hudson River Park Trust on the Bloomfield to West 14th Street Waterfront Structures project, a waterfront esplanade designed by Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers. The structure is to be constructed along the Hudson River adjacent to the site of the recently demolished Pier 54 and the future Pier 55.  The 9 month $6.5 million project consists of the installation of precast concrete piles, followed by precast caps and planks and finally a cast-in-place topping slab.

Rockaway Boardwalk Rehabilitation

Trevcon Construction Co. is currently working on the rehabilitation for the 5.5 miles of Rockaway boardwalk which was damaged during hurricane Sandy.  The $341 million reconstruction is owned by NYC EDC and NYC Parks and Recreations, and engineered by CH2M hill. The project is set to consist of 5 separate phases of construction spanning over 2 years. Trevcon’s portion of the work entails the installation of all precast concrete boardwalk planks, sand retaining wall, driving piles and setting pile caps in multiple phases.

Tappan Zee Bridge Trestle & Cofferdams

Trevcon Construction Co., Inc. designed and installed 1,040 LF of 46-foot wide and 800 LF of 30-ft wide temporary crane trestles which involved driving 276 temporary bearing piles to rock. We also furnished and installed four temporary braced steel sheet pile cofferdams for the construction of the new bridge piers. Our work also included driving three test piles and performing two 3,200-ton static pile load tests and one lateral pile load test. Lastly, we demolished and removed 28 existing 31-timber pile ice-breaker clusters, in preparation of installing the new bridge piers.

Chelsea Piers Rehabilitation

In October 2008, Trevcon Construction Co., Inc. began work on Piers 60 and 61 at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan, New York. Since then, a myriad of repairs have been made to the under timber foundation of the piers, including installation of permanent and temporary steel support beams and collars, and jacking pier structures to raise the pier level. The addition to our latest contract brings us to 11 years serving the needs and repairs of Chelsea Piers for underwater and marine construction.

East Midtown Esplanade

What was once a Con Edison pier used for offloading coal from barges is now slated to become a new park for the New York City Economic Development Corporation. Trevcon is tasked with demolishing the existing concrete structure, located on the Manhattan side of East River between 38th and 41st streets and replacing it with a new concrete esplanade. The footprint of the esplanade is 45 feet by 800 feet, running parallel with the East River, and consists of 80 foot long, 24-inch square precast concrete piles with a 40-foot long h-pile stinger, precast caps and precast deck slabs.

Beach Channel Drive, Rockaway NY

Trevcon Construction Co., Inc. is currently performing the rehabilitation of two existing bulkheads under separate contracts for the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) and the New York City Parks Department (NYC PARKS) in Belle Harbor and Rockaway Park, Queens, New York. The NYCDOT bulkhead contract consists of the installation of approximately 5,600LF of new bulkhead in front of the existing aging concrete sea wall and steel sheet pile bulkhead running along Beach Channel Drive.

South Street Seaport Pier 17 NYC

Trevcon Construction Co., Inc., working for Hunter Roberts Construction Group, is responsible for the demolition of South Street Seaport’s Pier 17 and new pier construction - which is being developed by Howard Hughes Corporation. The project, located in the borough of Manhattan along the East River, is one of the latest projects along South Street in which Trevcon is working on and is due to be complete in 13 months. Other projects include Slip 1, 2, 3, 7 at Whitehall, Esplanade A (Old Slip), Piers 11, 13, 14, 15, 35 and 36.

E91st Marine Transfer Station NYC

Trevcon Construction Co., Inc. and Skanska Civil, N.E. formed a joint-venture to construct a Marine Station located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan on the East River. The $181 million project consisted of the demolition of the existing transfer station, including its entrance ramp, and the construction of a new 10-story structure in its place with an expanded ramp crossing FDR Drive. Trevcon’s portion of the work entailed construction of the marine foundations for the structure, ramp and precast pier.