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Riverside Park and Fort Washington Park Pathway Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)

  • Design
    90% complete
  • Procurement
    0% complete
  • Construction
    0% complete

This project will reconstruct paths, pavements, and general site work in Riverside Park South, Riverside Park and Fort Washington Park in Manhattan, which were damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Project Update: The design completion date has changed. Some of the common reasons why a completion date has changed are: scope and funding are added to a project, design changes due to comments from other government agencies and the public, design changes due to field conditions found during site testing and/or issues with a design consultant.

Project Timeline

Design

Start Date: June 2013
Projected Completion Date: January 2014
Adjusted Completion Date: April 2018

Procurement

The average time for procurement is 9 months. The procurement timeline for this specific contract will be established at the conclusion of the design phase.

Construction

The average time for construction is 12-18 months. The construction timeline for this specific contract will be established at the conclusion of the procurement phase.

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Funding

Total Funding: Between $1 million and $3 million
Funding Sources:
  • Mayoral
  • Federal

Locations

  • Fort Washington Park , Manhattan
    Riverside Drive, Hudson River, West 155 - West 179 Streets, Henry Hudson Parkway
  • Riverside Park , Manhattan
    Riverside Drive to Hudson River, West 59 Street to Clair Place
 

Project Staff

Project Liaison: Steve Simon
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Last updated: 05/21/2018

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