The primary scope of work for this project is Elevators. Projects in this scope area may include: replacing or upgrading one or more elevator cabs; installing new machine motors, rails, hydraulics, and/or cables; repairing and/or replacing structure and walls in elevator pit and shaft; installing new sliding ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accessible car doors; installing car frames, enclosures, flooring, hoist ways, and lighting; installing mainline power switches, breakers, and feeders to controller, underground and/or buried piping, and emergency power plant, controls, and indicators; and installing Remote Elevator Monitoring System (REMS) and connection to BMS (Building Management System). The full, detailed scope of work for this project including any additional work areas will be updated here after alignment with project stakeholders through scoping and design activities.
Data updated as of December 04, 2023
Project Delivery Type: Design Bid Build
Construction is in progress, with regular updates to stakeholders during progress meetings and through other channels, and ongoing coordination to minimize disruption on the property. Regular site management, safety, quality, and environmental (where relevant) monitoring activities are being undertaken by the project team and other, independent NYCHA teams and/or 3rd party consultants.
Planned Start Date: July 2017
Planned Start Date: August 2017
Planned Start Date: December 2020
Planned Start Date: September 2021
Estimated Budget: $28.03 million
41-01 12th Street
Project Contact: Robert Mitchell
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