Structural Steel Erection
Many construction firms can erect structural steel. However the D.A. Collins Companies — and our specialty crew of highly trained rigging experts — surpass the capabilities of our competitors. D.A. Collins has completed numerous structural steel projects — for its own subsidiaries and for private industries, such as Harrison and Burrowes Bridge Constructors, Inc.; Geronimo Painting; and Lancaster Development, Inc. We have set steel girders ranging from 100 pounds to 100,000 pounds, using state-of-the-art cranes reaching up to 250 feet in the air. The D.A. Collins team is proficient in structural steel modifications and retrofits to repair and strengthen existing structures. We have the ability to structurally lift and temporarily support concrete decks and steel frames to replace weakened bearings or complete other repairs. Safety is what counts when working hundreds of feet in the air. Our team undergoes rigorous training each year to ensure hazards don’t occur. We also have completed many projects on the water, where special precautions are needed to ensure the safety of crews and equipment.
|GILBOA DAM SIPHONS AND DEBRIS BARRIER
Furnish and install protective features in preparation for dam anchoring contract.
|SARATOGA COUNTY WATER TREATMENT AND TRANSMISSION FACILITIES
Construction of a water treatment plant to treat, store and transport water to municipalities and the Luther Forest Technology Park in Saratoga County.Read more about this project
|SCHOOL ST. FALLS VIEW PARK
Construction of a recreational park and overlook to observe the Cohoes Falls.
|HADLEY 'BOW' BRIDGE
Rehabilitation of the Hadley ‘Bow’ bridge over the Sacandaga River, to allow unrestricted traffic loading, without sacrificing the historic appeal of this local landmark. This ‘lenticular’ truss bridge was built by the Berlin Iron Bridge Company in 1885 and is the only one like its kind still remaining in its original location. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 25, 1977.
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|MINIMUM FLOW HYDROELECTRIC UNIT
Building a new minimum flow hydroelectric unit at the site of the existing Sherman Island Dam on the Hudson River (Hudson River Project FERC Project # 2482)Read more about this project