Hollywood, FL based NV5 Global, Inc. says it that it has won $10.5 million in contracts to provide infrastructure engineering services to public agencies in New York and New Jersey.
The amount includes several New York projects with delayed start dates that are now underway, including $2.25 million in fees for resident engineering services and pedestrian safety studies from the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), $2.6 million from the NYC Department of Design and Construction (NYCDDC) for bridge design services, and $3 million from the NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for on-call engineering services.
NV5 also won a new $1.3 million contract with the New Jersey Department of Treasury to provide design and construction administration services for facilities that support the Lincoln Tunnel, and a new $1.35 million contract to provide federally funded infrastructure improvement services for the Montauk Highway in Suffolk County, New York.
“We are really pleased with the progress our infrastructure group in the Northeast is making and we are encouraged by the federal funding we are starting to see surrounding some of our larger transportation infrastructure projects,” NV5 chair and CEO Dickerson Wright said in a statement.
“Our teams in New York and New Jersey continue to do important engineering work on roadways, bridges, and tunnels that are imperative to the millions of people who travel in and out of New York City and the Tri-state area every day. Our engineers also continue to conduct essential safety and environmental studies in the area. The growth of our civil engineering practice on the East Coast is evidenced in part by our movement on the Engineering News Record’s annual list of top firms, from number 75 in 2016 to number 54 in 2017. NV5 now also ranks 31st on the ENR top 100 pure design firms list.”
Other projects include:
New Jersey Department of Treasury Secaucus Facilities Improvements
NV5 was recently awarded a $1.3 million contract by The NJ Department of Treasury, Division of Property Management and Construction, to provide design and construction administration services for site and building improvements to facilities severely damaged during Super Storm Sandy. These improvements will restore functionality to facilities that serve a critical role in the maintenance of major highway access to and from New York City, particularly the Lincoln Tunnel. The improvements will also ensure motorist safety and mobility.
Resident Engineering Services for Montauk Highway
NV5 has been selected by the Suffolk County Department of Public Works (SCDPW) to provide construction inspection services for a federally funded pavement resurfacing contract along 16 miles of County Road 80 (Montauk Highway), in the Towns of Brookhaven and Southampton. NV5’s fee for construction support services is $1.35 million.