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Local Expertise

Projects illustrated here show the various markets that showcase our strength. Whether it’s the higher education, healthcare, commercial or public sector, we strive to be the best service provider in the industry with the core philosophy that all our projects are delivered and built with safety and sustainability in mind.

Project Experience

  • Brooklyn Bridge Park

    This $220 million, approximately 85-acre waterfront park spans 1.3 miles of Brooklyn’s East River. The park  includes  landscaped areas and ecological habitats; recreational facilities for sports such as soccer and basketball; a marin...

  • Brooklyn Children's Museum

    The Brooklyn Children’s Museum was founded in 1899 as the world’s first museum for children. Originally occupying one, then two Brooklyn mansions, the museum moved in 1975 to a bermed, underground facility, designed by Hardy Holzman Pfeif...

  • Coney Island Hospital

    The Coney Island Hospital project scope includes a new 7-story addition and the renovation of the existing Ambulatory Care and Cardiac Catheterization Lab. Connecting bridges link the addition to the existing building. The work increased efficiencies...

  • CUNY/CCNY Advanced Sciences Research Center

    The $600 million, 400,775-SF, two-building academic and science research and teaching facilities were built for the City University of New York (CUNY) on campus at the City College of New York (CCNY). Both buildings house an extensive range of resear...

  • Hudson River Park - USS Intrepid Upgrade Pier 86

    A $50 million project that included dredging, the relocation of the USS Intrepid to drydock, demolition of existing Pier 86, construction of a new pier extending 800 feet into the Hudson River, erection of 4 stair/elevator towers, as well as park ele...

  • Hudson River Park Trust, Segment 5, Chelsea Cove

    A $60 million, nine acre adaptive reuse of derelict waterfront piers on the Hudson River rebuilt for public use including a skate park and a merry-go-round. Green parkland is planned for the demolished piers and the pavement areas. Demolition and reb...

  • MetLife Stadium

    The design-build contract of Metlife Stadium involved the construction of a technologically advanced open-air stadium with seats for 82,500 spectators, including 217 luxury suite boxes. The new stadium, nested in the Meadowlands Sports Complex in Eas...

  • Skanska USA Flagship Office - Empire State Building

    Skanska USA recently occupied an entire floor in the Empire State Building. Built during the Great Depression, the building is still one of New York City’s most historic and iconic structures. Housed in the flagship offices on the 32nd floor ar...

  • St. George Intermodal Ferry Terminal Phase II

    The St. George Ferry Terminal, at the northeastern tip of Staten Island serves as an intermodal transportation center. Phase I of the project addressed the upgrade of the physical condition of the facility.As construction manager for Phase II of the ...