The reconstruction of Woodrow Road involved the construction of both new sanitary and storm sewers, appurtenances on Woodrow Road between Alexander Avenue and Arthur Kill Road, and Best Management Practices (BMP) work. There were two unique features for this project. First was the installation of the 12” interceptor sewer in a 30” jacked steel sleeve. The second unique feature was the disposal of the storm water by BMP to the existing water body adjoining Alexander Avenue. The BMP work included restoration of one acre of wetlands and construction of bio-swales to address storm water management for the surrounding areas. The inspection and management of this BMP work was provided by KC’s Restoration Specialist.
The scope of this $5M project included inspection and design services for the construction of a new retaining wall to stabilize the existing embankment at milepost HU 43.8 on the Hudson Line and for the condition inspection/rating and inventory of all retaining walls between milepost HU 2.76 and 43.8 as well as the inspection and condition rating of three walls located on the New Haven Line. KC joined with Geo Design, Inc. for this project.
Services included preparation of a detailed design, specifications, estimated construction schedules, construction cost estimates, and construction support services.
KC’s construction inspection team has consistently provided our clients with high quality projects delivered on-time and within budget by managing quality and cost in a safe, secure construction environment. Our extensive portfolio includes construction management, resident engineering and inspection, design and construction support services, condition inspection of buildings, roads, bridges, and various other structures, schedule management, and preparation of reports, cost estimates, and construction documents.
With our certified use of the Primavera Scheduling System and thorough knowledge of the engineering and architectural design processes, KC is committed to providing the best possible service. Our safety inspectors are Certified Safety Professionals (CSP) and OSHA certified. Our construction inspectors meet the highest industry standards and maintain all necessary up-to-date certifications.
We provide comprehensive construction inspection management services on projects key to the region’s infrastructure. Whether a project needs a professional CM to augment the client’s staff or an on-site construction team for inspecting work in-progress, we have the expertise to carry out a successful field program. KC’s construction inspection group contains construction managers, resident engineers, skilled inspectors, senior inspectors, and office, traffic, civil, and structural engineers capable of managing any project from start to finish, ensuring code and contract compliance, performing scheduling and cost reviews and analyses, and providing thorough document preparation.
Milling and Resurfacing of Federal Aid Roads, Wallkill, NY
Milling and Resurfacing of I-84, Orange County, NY
New Market Road Bridge Replacement, Piscataway, NJ
Orange County DPW Projects, Orange County, NY
Pedestrian Ramps, Bronx and Manhattan, NY
Port Authority Building Inspection, Brooklyn, NY
Port Authority Structural Evaluations, NY and NJ
Prospect Expressway Rehabilitation, Brooklyn, NY
Region 11 Construction Inspection Term Agreement, New York, NY
REI Services for Bay Terrace Area Infrastructure Improvements, Staten Island, NY
Retaining Wall Inspection, Wappingers Falls, NY
Robert Moses Causeway Inspection, Long Island, NY
Route 110 Bridge Rehabilitation over Sunrise Highway, Babylon, NY
Route 120 Bridge, Chappaqua, NY
Sidewalk Construction, Staten Island, NY
South Valley Road & Forest Street Culvert Replacement, West Orange, NJ
Valley Road Culvert Replacement, Montclair, NJ
Williamsburg Bridge, Brooklyn, NY
Woodbury Junction Subdivision WP3, Woodbury, NY
Woodrow Road, Staten Island, NY
KC was responsible for the resident engineering and construction inspection of a pier protection system for this cantilever truss bridge crossing the Hudson River. The system consisted of pile-supported platforms, which were installed at the bridge’s main towers. The steel towers were de-leaded using Class A Containment and repainted. KC performed a condition inspection of the sand-blasted steel prior to painting.
KC provided resident engineering inspection services for this NYCDDC Citywide Emergency Time and Material contract. This project involved the replacement of storm-damaged sidewalks, emergency collapsed sidewalks, and deteriorated sidewalks for which notices of violations had been issued. Work included curb replacement (concrete, steel-faced, or granite), concrete and bluestone sidewalk, MPT, tree pruning, base concrete and wearing course, installing and resetting hydrant fenders, and modifying existing catch basins.
KC evaluated the condition of the building and assessed steps to take if corrective actions were required. KC also inspected the existing concrete masonry wall that was reported to have a gap between two structures. Based on our inspection, we determined that the two structures had been built at different times and the gap was a result of freeze and thaw cycles. KC recommended the gap be filled to prevent air and water infiltration. The structure was determined to be structurally sound.
This $7M project consisted of the construction of green infrastructures including Right-of-Way Bioswales and Greenstreets at up to 400 locations in the Borough of Brooklyn. Bioswales are planted areas in sidewalk and parking lanes that are designed to collect and manage storm water that runs off the street and sidewalk.
KC’s responsibilities included resident engineering, inspection, and materials testing associated with the project. KC prepared the daily project diary, the daily inspector reports, conducted all project progress and technical meetings, reviewed and approved project construction schedule and updates, provided technical guidance, and coordinated the work of sub-consultants for inspection.
The original Otisville Elementary School was constructed in 1914. It has served as a school for varying age groups throughout the years. The Town of Mount Hope acquired the building in 2009 from the Minisink Valley School District in exchange for land to build a new elementary school on. Upon acquisition, the Town of Mount Hope had yet to decide how to best utilize the property. To assist the Town in determining the best use for the building, KC provided consulting services for engineering design, cost estimating, possible uses, reporting, and construction inspection services.
The inspection included the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and structural systems to determine type, age, and general condition of the overall system.
KC provided construction inspection services for this project as sub-consultant to Jacob Civil. The scope of this project was to provide construction inspection for the reconstruction of Route 9A, Segments 3 and 5. The project also included property acquisition, building demolition on the block between West 23rd and West 24th Street, and relocation of several private utilities. The demolition involved removal of underground storage tanks and associated contaminated soil as well as asbestos abatement. This project involved extensive utility work. Services performed included detailed inspection, on-site field-testing of materials, field measurement and collection of data necessary to submit monthly and final estimates and progress reports, and preparation of record plans. All records were kept in accordance with the Manual of Uniform Record Keeping (MURK).
In January 2017, KC and its subcontractor performed condition and asbestos survey field work and a report in preparation for building demolition at 2696 West Main Street. Asbestos-
containing materials were found. KC performed inspections, prepared reports, developed cost estimates, and obtained quotes for the demolition. KC also performed inspection services during the demolition of 2694 West Main Street.
For this project, KC provided construction inspection services for FirstLight Fiber as their qualified NYSDOT inspector. The project consisted of the directional drilling of fiber optic conduits along NYS Route 17 under the NYS Thruway crossings in the Village of Suffern. KC conducted all field inspections, including monitoring drilling, safety, job progress, and contractor utilization, as well as prepared detailed field reports, including documenting of any issues with drilling through the highly-cobbled soils.
5th Avenue Reconstruction, Manhattan, NY
10th Avenue, New York, NY
Administration Building Rehabilitation, Bethel, NY
Alexander Hamilton Bridge, New York, NY
Bruckner Expressway, New York, NY
Condition Survey for PANYNJ, New York, NY
Condition Survey of High Mast Light Towers, Brooklyn, NY
Cross Bronx Expressway Lighting and Signing, New York, NY
Cross Bronx Expressway, New York, NY
Design and Inspection of Retaining Walls, Woodbury, NY
East Northfield Road Bridge Replacement, Livingston, NJ
Emergency Road Repairs, New York, NY
Emergency Sidewalk Repairs, New York, NY
Evaluation of Step Streets, New York, NY
George Davidson Road Bridge Replacement, Cranbury & Plainsboro, NJ
Gowanus Expressway Viaduct Rehabilitation, New York, NY
Grand Central Parkway Bridge Rehabilitation, New York, NY
Highway Construction Inspection, Nassau & Suffolk Counties, NY
I-84 Overhead Signs, Dutchess, Putnam, & Orange Counties, NY
Long Island Expressway Plant Material, Long Island, NY
Midland Avenue Bridge, Westchester County, NY