Citywide Recreation Center Fire Alarm System Reconstruction
This project will reconstruct existing or install new fire alarm systems in recreation facilities citywide.
Project Update: A meeting was held with stakeholders to determine the scope of work for the project. Parks is now developing the design for the site.
Start Date: June 2017
Projected Completion Date: July 2018
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.
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 Source: Mayoral
Blood Root Valley, Staten Island
Rockland, Manor and Brielle Avenues, Forest Hill Road
Faber Pool and Park, Staten Island
Richmond Terrace & Faber Street
Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens
Grand Central Parkway, Van Wyck Expressway
Hamilton Fish Park, Manhattan
128 Pitt Street
Hansborough Recreation Center, Manhattan
West 134 Street, Lenox Terrace Place
J. Hood Wright Park, Manhattan
Fort Washington & Haven Avenues, West 173 Street
Jackie Robinson Park, Manhattan
85 Bradhurst Avenue
John J Carty Park, Brooklyn
Ft. Hamilton Pkwy. bet. 94 St. and 101 St.
Marcus Garvey Park, Manhattan
18 Mount Morris Park West
Metropolitan Recreation Center, Brooklyn
Bedford Avenue between Metropolitan Avenue and North 1st Street
Owen F. Dolen Park, Bronx
East Tremont, Westchester, Lane Avenues
Roy Wilkins Recreation Center, Queens
177th Street at Baisley Boulevard
St. James Park, Bronx
Jerome Avenue, East 193 Street, Creston Avenue, East 191 Street
St. John's Recreation Center, Brooklyn
Troy Avenue, Bergen Street, Prospect Place, Schenectady Avenue
Thomas Jefferson Park, Manhattan
1st Avenue to FDR Drive, East 111 to East 114 Streets
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Last updated: 01/23/2018