As part of FEMA related-work from Superstorm Sandy Recovery funds, PANYNJ awarded KCC with the restoration and upgrading of a vital area within Howland Hook Marine Terminal’s GCT NY footprint in Staten Island, NY. The project was complex, with the disposal of gypsum laden soil as per needed approval process. Multiple parties collaborated on the best means / method for the right outlet. This project revitalized an area of the operating terminal which was in near disrepair and had previously been uneven and unsafe for terminal operations with sinking block terrain.
- Excavation of over 25,000 C.Y. of Gypsum Laden Soil for Category B repair.
- Over 30,000 Tons of off-site disposal of the excavated Gypsum Landen Soil.
- Backfilling with 20,000 C.Y. of imported crushed stone below the installed geogrid fabric.
- Backfilling the site with nearly 30,000 C.Y.’s of suitable Excavated soil.
- Using 10,000 C. Y. of I-12 soil to backfill areas of the site.
- Over 50,000 C.Y. of off-site disposal of unsuitable and/or excess excavated soil.
- Lay nearly 20,000 tons of asphalt concrete bottom course mix across the terminal landscape.
- Pave the terminal yard to over 30,000 tons of asphalt concrete top course.
- Removed and reinstalled existing precast concrete bumpers.