NYPD Marina Inspection and Rehabilitation

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Project Overview: 
McLaren provided professional engineering and design services for two (2) marinas owned by the New York City Police Department (NYPD) at College Point and Randall’s Island.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren inspected and verified the conditions of existing wooden piles and bulkhead sheet piles, conducting a site survey of the marina’s facilities, and performing a bathymetric survey at College Point. In addition to observing a collapsing area of the bulkhead and the poor condition of sheet and wooden piles, McLaren found the wood slips to be damaged due to strong currents, and the marina’s wooden pier to be in such poor condition that it will need to be replaced completely. At Randall’s Island, McLaren performed underwater inspections to assess the conditions of existing sheet piles at the bulkhead and dock, and all the marina’s wooden piles as well as performed a site survey of all facilities and a bathymetric survey. Upon examination, McLaren found both the sheet and wooden piles to be in poor condition, a section of the bulkhead to be collapsing, a broken rainwater drain, and a shallow depth at the site due to silt build-up, preventing larger boats from being brought in and lifted.
Service: 
Underwater Inspection
Service: 
Geotechnical Engineering
Service: 
Marine Engineering and Design
Service: 
Site Survey
Service: 
Permitting
Service: 
Construction Administration
Location: 
New York, New York
Client: 
SKANSKA USA
Project Type: 
Marine Inspection/Engineering
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2004-2010
Construction Cost: 
$5,000,000
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Location
New York, New York

Client
SKANSKA USA

Our Role
Prime
Project Type
Marine Inspection/Engineering

Contract Period
2004-2010

Construction Cost
$5,000,000
Services
Underwater Inspection
Geotechnical Engineering
Marine Engineering and Design
Site Survey
Permitting
Construction Administration