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Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street Station Renovation

  • Roosevelt Avenue / 74th Street Reconstruction
  • Roosevelt Avenue / 74th Street Reconstruction

Skanska renovated the Roosevelt Avenue/7th Street Station Complex for New York City Transit.

The $87 million project included ensuring the station is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The scope of the project included:
· reconstruction of all architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical and communications elements
· reconstruction of transfer passageways and stairs, including reconfiguration of the Interborough Rapid Transit mezzanine
· extensive reorganization of station areas for ADA compliance

· relocation of signals and fiber-optic communications cables
· installation of photovoltaic electrical generation panels and communications systems, including signals and fiber-optic cable relocation
· reconfiguration of a 75 foot long, 42-inch diameter sewer siphon
· relocation of a 90 foot long, 24-inch diameter sewer main in order
· expansion of the 73rd Street passageway from 12 feet to 28 feet
· relocation of stairwells
vstructural and water remedy repairs to the deteriorated station components
· installation of architectural treatments to the station floors, walls, stairs and ceilings throughout the complex
· reconstruction of the Interborough Rapid Transit mezzanine, underpass and platform canopies

The project was completed while vehicular and train traffic continued to operate with minimal disruption from construction activities.

Contacts

Michael Iacovella
Senior Director, Communications Northeast
Skanska USA Inc.

Facts

Service: Construction
Mark segment: Civil, Railways
Start date: 2005
Completion date: 2005
Clients: New York City Transit,Riders of New York City subways
Country: United States
City: New York
Project status: Completed