53rd Street Tube Rehab – Sandy Recovery Project
- Client: New York City Transit Authority
- Location: 53rd Street Tube Between Manhattan & Queens
- Project Value: $59,035,000.00
- Time Frame: 22 Months
- Start Date: 4/2/15
- End Date: 2/1/17
Removing and replacing Fiber, Communications, Radio Antenna and Signal cables. Remove and replace emergency alarms, signal equipment, positive and negative cables on tracks D3/D4. Rehabilitation of two CBH’s and Roosevelt Island Sub Station #216 which includes, breakers, HT&DC switchgear/transformers. Replacement of damaged AC&DC buses, fire alarm equipment, control panels, lighting, receptacles, battery charging system, satellite remote term. unit, Radio Antenna Cable and Sound Powered Telephone system including all associated conduit and wire/cables. Removal and replacement of running rail and contact rail protection boards and brackets.
Remove and replace Sutton Place, Roosevelt Island and Nott Ave Vent Chamber emergency exit hatches, handrails/guardrails, wire brush and paint fire line, replace discharge cart connections. There is also miscellaneous architectural, concrete, mechanical and structural work.
The Roosevelt Island Sub Station is the old Strecker Memorial Laboratory and is on the National Register of Historic Places.