Scope of Work:
This $50 million project for Metro-North consisted of the re-construction of platforms, overpasses, staircases and related components for three Metro-North Stations: Philipse Manor, Scarborough and Ossining Stations. Work included, but was not limited to: sedimentation and erosion control; the demolition of existing platforms and supporting structures; environmental protection; dewatering; excavation for the construction of new foundations for the overpass towers, elevator towers, platform supports and staircases; public and railroad utility protection; excavation and installation of public and railroad utilities; installation of new electric services and distribution panels; testing and disposal of excess contaminated fill at waste facilities, maintenance & protection of pedestrian and vehicular traffic; temporary facilities; grading, construction of railroad high level platforms, erection of structural steel for platform canopies, platform support steel, overpass and elevator towers and overpass structure; membrane and metal panel roofing; lighting, architectural finishes, masonry, windows and storefront/widescreen; and elevators. All new overpasses and stairs were historically restored and fully enclosed & heated. To comply with ADA requirements, the overpasses are serviced by elevators (with the exception of Philipse Manor).