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Contract # 9484

Contract Name:

Design and Construction Services for Hudson Line Stations Morris Heights to Greystone Station, Yonkers Viaduct

Agency:MTA - Metro-North Railroad
Engineer:Stone & Webster, CTE Engineers (AECOM) and McLaren
Contract Amount:$62,123,701
Award Date:2001
Contract Completion:2006
Percent Completed By Ecco:47%
Scope of Work:
The work for this Design-Build project consisted of the rehabilitation of nine (9) Metro North platforms/stations on the Hudson Line from Morris Heights in the Bronx to the Greystone Station in Yonkers. In addition, there was a separate portion of the contract at the Yonkers Station that included the Yonkers Viaduct Rehabilitation. Work performed on this project included but was not limited to, platform demolition and replacement with cast-in-place concrete and precast concrete; new canopies; stair rehabilitation; new electrical systems; signage; shelter work; platform amenities; fencing and elevators. New pedestrian overpasses were constructed at the Glenwood, Greystone and Riverdale Stations and this portion of the work included the demolition of existing overpasses; construction of new overpass foundations; pile work; new structural steel; roofing; window systems; electrical systems; interior finishes and exterior finishes. The Viaduct work consisted of ballast removal; deck removal; structural steel rehabilitation; bearing replacement and concrete repairs at four (4) bridges; adjacent to the Yonkers Station.