WHEREAS, an evaluation by outside consultants hired by the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) concluded in 2016 that if the road is not reconstructed by 2026, weight restrictions may need to be added to the structure – including diverting all truck traffic to local roads;
Engineers Week edition. Deputy Commissioner of Water Supply Paul Rush reflects on the engineering history of New York City's water supply system. Q&A with Commissioner Vincent Sapienza. Focus on the Field features Natalia Perez, a project manager for the Bureau of Engineering Design and Construction
Updates to Section 60.12.3.(J) of the 7/1/14 NYC DEP Standard Sewer and Water Specifications. The updates are for worker safety and to ensure square clean cuts when ductile iron pipe is cut in a trench.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is making significant investments to its infrastructure, including the $1 billion project to construct a bypass tunnel for the Delaware Aqueduct under the Hudson River.
A micro-tunneling machine recently holed through on the tunnel segment of the Schoharie Reservoir Release Works. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) joined Trout Unlimited and agriculture students from John Bowne High School to release juvenile trout raised by the students
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has recently completed a $42 million project to build four subsurface litter capture devices designed to improve the health and aesthetics of Newtown Creek.