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Infrastructure and
Underground Utility

Northeast Remsco Construction works on infrastructure and underground utility construction. A project for the New York City Dept of Design & Construction involved new sewers, water mains, street lights and secant pile retaining wall. In Baltimore Maryland, Northeast Remsco Construction installed a sewage force main through city residential and commercial streets. Northeast Remsco Construction also builds combined sewer overflows (CSO), including: mechanical screens, static screens, netting systems and flap gates.

View Some of our infrastructure projects

Reconstruction of 32nd Street

Complete street reconstruction and creation of new step street section with architectural and landscape features. Work included new sewers, water mains, street lights and secant pile retaining wall.

Location: Astoria, Queens, NY
Date: 2006 & 2007
Owner: New York City Dept of Design & Construction
Contact Information: Mr. J. Evans Doleyres, PE.
Construction Management
30-30 Thomson Ave, 3rd Floor
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 391-1954

CSO Screening Facilities

Work included the construction of a 40’ x 90’ CSO chamber with mechanical screens, static screens, netting systems and flap gates within a closed cell cofferdam along the Pasaic River. In addition, a variable sized cast-in-place concrete culvert and changes to an existing chamber were made to divert flow to the new facilities. All work took place within a park.

Location: Paterson, NJ
Date: Projected November 2005
Owner: City of Paterson, NJ
Contact Information: Mr. John Rolack, P.E.
Hatch Mott MacDonald
27 Bleeker St
Millburn, NJ 07041
(973) 912-2521

New Jones Falls Force Main & Pressure Sewer

Contract No. SC-800R, Work included 20,400 LF of 24” – 54” sewage force main up to 30’ deep installed through city residential and commercial streets. 4,800 LF of tunnels for force main, 4 major cast-in-place concrete valve vaults, relocation of water mains, and street reconstruction.

Location: Baltimore, MD
Date: December 2007
Owner: City of Baltimore
Contact Information: Tom Pompa, Chief
Construction Management Division
201 Abel Wolman Building
200 N. Holliday St
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-396-3671

Middlesex Weter Company 24″ Fusible Water Main

Proactive replacement of a 104-year-old cast-iron water main that connected the city of Perth Amboy to the city of Sayreville, NJ by way of the Raritan River. “The existing main had experienced numerous breaks over the past two decades due to age, corrosivity and the unstable nature of the underwater environment,” said G. Christian Andreasen, P.E., MWC director of engineering.

Location: Middlesex County, New Jersey
Date: Spring 2010
Owner: Middlesex Water Company
Contact Information: G. Christian Andreasen, P.E.
MWC Director of Engineering

Reconstruction of 32nd Street

Complete street reconstruction and creation of new step street section with architectural and landscape features. Work included new sewers, water mains, street lights and secant pile retaining wall.

Location: Astoria, Queens, NY
Date: 2006 & 2007
Owner: New York City Dept of Design & Construction

CSO Screening Facilities

Work included the construction of a 40’ x 90’ CSO chamber with mechanical screens, static screens, netting systems and flap gates within a closed cell cofferdam along the Pasaic River. In addition, a variable sized cast-in-place concrete culvert and changes to an existing chamber were made to divert flow to the new facilities. All work took place within a park.

Location: Paterson, NJ
Date: Projected November 2005
Owner: City of Paterson, NJ

New Jones Falls Force Main & Pressure Sewer

Contract No. SC-800R, Work included 20,400 LF of 24” – 54” sewage force main up to 30’ deep installed through city residential and commercial streets. 4,800 LF of tunnels for force main, 4 major cast-in-place concrete valve vaults, relocation of water mains, and street reconstruction.

Location: Baltimore, MD
Date: December 2007
Owner: City of Baltimore

Middlesex Weter Company 24″ Fusible Water Main

Proactive replacement of a 104-year-old cast-iron water main that connected the city of Perth Amboy to the city of Sayreville, NJ by way of the Raritan River. “The existing main had experienced numerous breaks over the past two decades due to age, corrosivity and the unstable nature of the underwater environment,” said G. Christian Andreasen, P.E., MWC director of engineering.

Location: Middlesex County, New Jersey
Date: Spring 2010
Owner: Middlesex Water Company

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