Citywide Retaining Walls and Seawalls Reconstruction (CNYG-514M)

  • Design
    100% complete
  • Procurement
    100% complete
  • Construction
    21% complete

This project will reconstruct and stabilize retaining walls and seawalls in parks citywide.

Project Update: The contract completion date has changed. Some of the common reasons why a completion date has changed are: issues with a contractor, design error or omission, unexpected field conditions, change in the scope of the project, pending approval and registration of change orders and/or inclement weather.

Project Timeline

Design

Start Date: October 2013
Projected Completion Date: December 2013
Completion Date: January 2014

Procurement

Start Date: January 2014
Projected Completion Date: October 2014
Completion Date: May 2015

Construction

Start Date: May 2015
Projected Completion Date: November 2017
Adjusted Completion Date: January 2019

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Funding

Total Funding: $20,761,000
Funding Sources:
  • Mayoral
  • City Council

Locations

  • Alley Pond Park , Queens
    West of Cross Island Parkway from 46th Avenue to LIE
  • Clove Lakes Park , Staten Island
    Slosson Avenue, Victory Boulevard, Clove Road
  • East River Esplanade , Manhattan
    FDR Drive, East 90 to East 125 Streets
  • Forest Park , Queens
    Myrtle Ave., Union Turnpike, Park Lane South bet. Brooklyn-Queens County Line and Park Lane
  • Fort Totten Park , Queens
    Fort Totten, Cross Island Parkway, Totten Road to 15 Road
  • Fort Tryon Park , Manhattan
    Riverside Drive to Broadway, West 192 to Dyckman Streets
  • Inwood Hill Park , Manhattan
    Dyckman St, Hudson River, Harlem River S
  • Riverside Park , Manhattan
    Riverside Drive to Hudson River, West 59 Street to Clair Place
  • Shore Park and Parkway , Brooklyn
    Harbor View to 92nd Street
  • The Battery , Manhattan
    Battery Place, State & Whitehall Street
  • Williamsbridge Oval , Bronx
    Van Cortlandt Avenue East, Bainbridge Avenue, Reservoir Oval
 

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Last updated: 11/16/2018