• Corporate HQ, NY
  • Melville, NY
  • Iselin, NJ
  • Ossining, NY
  • Mount Laurel, NJ

Worth Street Reconstruction

New York City<br style='line-height:2px'>New York City Department of Design and Construction

HAKS is providing Resident Engineering Inspection services to the New York City Department of Design and Construction for the $50 million reconstruction of approximately 1 mile of Worth Street from Hudson Street in TriBeCa to Chatham Square in Chinatown. The project encompasses major upgrades to aged trunk and distribution water mains, storm sewers and underground utilities, including installation of 36- and 48-inch steel trunk water mains and rehabilitation of combined sewers. New infrastructure using state-of-the-art fiber-optic technology will be installed as part of the upgrade and to address future demands.

The work in Lower Manhattan’s congested streets also includes extensive test pits at numerous locations to evaluate the condition/location of underground facilities with respect to the water main geometry; coordination with other project representatives through the Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center; site safety and MPT and advance construction notices to the community; an MIS for NYCDDC and project team members; and new roadway, curbs, sidewalk, street lights and traffic signals.