CCA Won Another Infrastructure Project in New York
- On June 26, 2012, CCA Civil won the bid on the Replacement of Shore (Belt) Parkway Bridge over Gerritsen Inlet (GIB). With a total contract value of $104.2 million, CCA stood out as the apparent low bidder, winning a narrow margin of 2%. The project will last for four and a half years.
The reconstruction on the Belt Parkway is one of the most important infrastructure projects carried out by the New York City Department of Transportation, which includes the reconstruction of seven bridges and their approaches on the Belt Parkway, over three local streets and four waterways. The scope of the work under CCA Civil’s contract includes the demolition and reconstruction of the Parkway Bridge over Gerritsen Inlet, its approaches, the roads along the parkway and existing facilities. The new Gerritsen Inlet Bridge will be a 150-meter steel-concrete structure, consisting of three spans.
GIB is another project CCA Civil bid and won as independent general contractor in Greater New York after the Staten Island Expressway project. During the bidding process, the entire team collaborated effectively on all aspects of estimating and cost analysis. The commencement of the GIB project will continue to build up CCA’s own brand image in the infrastructure industry of the Tri-State area and the United States as a whole.