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Scope of Work:
¨ Kubricky Construction was awarded the contract in March of 2008 by the Widewaters Group.
¨ A special permit approved by the New York State Department of Conservation allowed work on 28+/– acres at one time. This permit allowed the job to advance ahead of schedule and meet the stringent deadlines that were set in place by the owner.
¨ We utilized our Trimble GPS survey system and three GPS equipped dozers and a GPS equipped excavator during the site preparation phase of the project.
¨ Over 185,000 cubic yards of material was moved and over 165,000 cubic yards was exported from the site in 6 months.
¨ Crews installed a complete storm water control system. The system consisted of over 19,000 lineal feet of drainage pipe, ranging from 6” to 48” in size and from 3 to 24 feet deep and tied into the town of Greenport’s existing storm water system.
¨ The water system consisted of over 12,000 lineal feet of ductile iron water main, ranging from 6” to 12” and was anywhere from 5 to 13 feet deep.
¨ KCC also constructed a sanitary sewer system and tied it into the town of Greenport’s existing system. This system included 6,500 lineal feet of sanitary sewer pipe, ranging from 4” to 12” in diameter, and from 6 to 14 feet deep and included both a forced & pitched system. Additionally a sewage lift station was installed.
¨ Kubricky Construction and Pallette Stone Pre-cast Division built and installed over 200 drainage structures & 40 sanitary sewer structures ranging from 2’x2’ square to 10’ round.
¨ Workers constructed over 17,000 square feet of modular retaining walls. The walls ran through wet lands which made work in those areas difficult. We worked closely with C.M.E Associates to keep the impact to the wetlands at a minimum during construction.
¨ During construction of the on site roadways, two under ground fuel tanks were discovered. D.A. Collins Environmental cleaned and removed the oil tanks and the contaminated soil surrounding the leaking tanks.
¨ Crews installed approximately 5,000 lineal feet of duct bank for National Grid Electric, Verizon Telephone and Mid-Hudson Cable. Additionally transformer pads were installed for each building.
¨ Tenants in this 500,000 square foot
retail center include a Wal-Mart Super
center, Lowe’s and Applebee’s.