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NYCHA CM/Build for Roof and Facade Rehabilitation


New York City<br style='line-height:2px'>New York City Housing Authority

HAKS managed $22 million in roof replacement and façade rehabilitation projects at three housing complexes in Manhattan. The work, at the Fort Washington, Harlem River and Rangel Houses, was comprised of: 

  • Fort Washington Houses: This $6 million project required the removal of asbestos-containing roofing materials, asbestos abatement, new roof installation and related work.
  • Harlem River Houses: This $8 million project entailed extensive brickwork, replacement of steel lintels in the façades of designated buildings and incidental roofing work.
  • Rangel Houses: This $8.6 million project required roof replacement of all buildings in the complex and parapets for two buildings, and selective replacement or repair of brickwork and steel lintels. 

HAKS reviewed project designs for constructability and prepared cost estimates and project schedules. Because all the buildings were occupied, HAKS developed construction phasing to minimize duration and impact. 

Preconstruction activities included design and constructability reviews and preparation of detailed cost estimates. HAKS developed bid packaging strategies, solicited bids from pre-qualified subcontractors and procured the contracts. During construction, HAKS field staff coordinated the work with the staff at each housing development and with NYCHA to minimize the impact on residents.

HAKS managed subcontractors to ensure on-time completion, inspected the construction for quality control, and reported regularly to NYCHA. HAKS also conducted punchlist and final inspections and managed an efficient project closeout.