The Switzer Group Inc., New York
Kline Engineering, Farmingdale, N.Y.
D’Onofrio General Contractor Corp, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Con Edison Co. of New York, New York
Coreslab Structures (CONN) Inc., Thomaston, Conn.
J.P. Carrara & Sons, Middlebury, Vt.
William E. Dailey Precast LLC, Shaftsbury, Vt.
David Kucera, GFRC, Gardiner, N.Y.
Precast Specialty Engineer
LEAP Associates International Inc., Tampa, Fla.
Key Project Attributes
- Precast concrete system sped construction, with a number of precasters contributing components.
- Fast construction of building shell allowed access for interior trades faster to install complex equipment, speeding completion.
- Inherent fire resistance aided necessary fire separations between electrical equipment rooms.
- Durability and low maintenance keep long-term costs down.
- 125,000-square-foot, two-story electrical substation.
- 1,150 pieces of precast concrete, including wall panels, prestressed double tees, beams, columns, and fence posts.
- 1,000-gallon retention tank for storm water also constructed of precast concrete.