Pulse: New York

February 2014
ENR: Engineering News-Record;2/24/2014, Vol. 273 Issue 8, pNY33
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on construction bids, contracts and proposals in New York from McGraw Hill Construction Dodge as of February 24, 2014. Turner Construction continues to rebuild the storm-damaged interior of New York Aquarium that is set for completion by 2016. Metro-North Commuter Railroad Co. plans to rebuild three storm-damaged substations on the Hudson Line. MTA Bridges and Tunnels seeks bidders for the repair of the Queens Midtown Tunnel as part of its Sandy recovery efforts.


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