AWT2 Carbon Addition
TUTOR PERINI AFFILIATES
Contract Amount: $76 Million
New York City Department of Environmental Protection
Queens, Brooklyn, and Wards Island, New York
14,580 Square Feet
The AWT2 Carbon Addition Facilities project, led by WDF’s Specialty GC division, has provided three new buildings and the renovation of two existing buildings for five different New York City Department of Environmental Protection Water Treatment Facilities. The Wards Island, Bowery Bay, Tallman Island, 26th Ward, and Jamaica Waste Water Treatment Plants located throughout Queens, Manhattan, and Brooklyn were designed to house new control rooms, MCC rooms, and pump facilities feeding Glycerol from 26 12,000 gallon stainless steel tanks. The trade work associated with the improvements includes heavy plumbing and mechanical piping, fire suppression, electrical feed and distribution, and structural steel. The project’s civil site work included excavation, site clearing and demolition, masonry wall construction, complete new roofing systems, foundation installation, and custom metal exterior siding.