39881 – Metro-North Railroad Design Build – Hudson Line
- Client: MTA Metro North Railroad
- Location: Wetchester, NY
- Project Value: $195,000,000
- Time Frame: 50 Months
- Start Date: 5/1/15
- End Date: 7/1/19
On October 29, 2012 the New York region suffered the devastating effects of Super Storm Sandy. The flooding/storm surge and winds impacted rail infrastructure throughout the Metro-North Railroad right-of-way, in particular the 3rd rail traction power in New York State as well as Communications and Signal (C&S) components and systems.
The project involves the complete design, construction and testing of replacement infrastructure for various MNR Power, Communications and Signaling equipment and cabling that was damaged as a result of Hurricane Sandy. The project’s working limits extends from CP5 (Bronx, NY) through CP35 (Croton Harmon, NY), a roughly 30 mile continual stretch along MNR’s Hudson Line. The overall project is being separated into two Phases. Phase I of the project encompasses all of CP19 Interlocking to the interlocking at CP35.