Wards Island Bronx and Manhattan Grit Chambers

New York, NY
Size: $75,000,000
Year Completed: 2013
Owner: NYC Dept of Environmental Protection
General Contractor: John P. Picone
Sub Contract Value: $2,406,000
Subcontract Scope / Description of Work:
Railing to match existing, structural retrofit members, as well as new rails, ladders, check plate, bollards, etc.

Cody completed over $2.4 million worth of work on the long-haul project for NYCDEP– Wards Island Contract 78G.

This consisted of the Bronx Grit chamber and Manhattan Grit chamber job sites.  The railing had to be custom designed to match existing railing from the 1930’s–many of which had components which are no longer manufactured and had to be matched from samples taken from the existing.  Starting in 2003 and finally completing our work in 2013, Cody persisted through thick and thin to bring this project off to stellar completion.  Cody project managers worked closely with architects and engineers to overcome each obstacle which presented itself.

Click here for John P. Picone’s brochure for this completed project.

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