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HUDSON RIVER PARK: BLOOMFIELD TO W. 14TH STREET UPLAND

HUDSON RIVER PARK: BLOOMFIELD TO W. 14TH STREET UPLAND

Typical construction operations would include but not be limited to: Protection of existing structures, utilities, and features to remain; Maintenance of existing construction fencing and gates, and other temporary protection measures to facilitate project mobilization and access; Excavation, earthwork, and grading; Field survey and layout; Site/soil preparation and the furnishing and installation of soil mixes; Furnishing and installation of all new trees, shrubs, perennials, grasses, ground cover, bulbs and annuals; Site irrigation supply and installation including piping, fittings, sleeves, valves and valve boxes, swing joints, sprinkler heads, drip line and emitters, quick coupler valves, filters, etc.;Maintenance of all landscape materials until Substantial Completion acceptance by Owner; and Guarantee of installed plant materials for one-year after final acceptance; Testing and adjusting of irrigation equipment and distribution system; Demonstration and training for the Owner’s personnel; Natural stone stand-alone element(s); Setting mortars, grouting/pointing mortars, and related setting accessories; Sealant application at joints within stonework; Cast-in-place and pre-cast concrete; Site utility systems (including site electrical, and irrigation work); Pavement systems (incl. pre-cast concrete unit paving, granite unit block paving, asphalt paving); Site finishing; Site improvements and appurtenances; Removal of temporary protections and controls; and other finish work as may be required.

Project Description

Client: Hudson River Park Trust 375 Hudson Street, NY, NY
Location: Manhattan, NY
Surface Area: 15,000 sf
Year Completed: 2017
Architect: Dan Yannaccone from Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architecture