Hudson Yards Tower E (35 Hudson Yards)  Client - Related Companies  Fabricator - Cimolai USA LLC     Stonebridge is erecting and welding four story laminated core columns that are designed to anchor the concrete superstructure of this new tower to the rail yard overbuild platform steel below.  With an aggressive overall project schedule, and the requirement to have core steel in place prior to the start of superstructure concrete operations, the 5550 lbs of welded splices are being worked 20 hours per day seven days per week until completion.
       
     
 New York, NY  Construction Manager - Sciame Construction  Fabricator - Cimolai S.p.A.  2500 Tons of Steel Fixed Building, 2500 Tons of Steel Operable Shed     The project includes two structures.  The first structure is a fixed gallery building that is supported by three independent structures, the new foundation of Tower D to its west, the rail yard overbuild platform to its north, and the Tower C terra firma platform beneath. The fixed building consists of 2500 tons of new structural steel, including 110' castellated beams and plate girders.  The fixed building will support the kinetic drive system for the operable shed structure.  The second structure is the operable shed.  The shed is a moving structure which can nest above and around the fixed building structure, or deploy eastward into the plaza to create an enclosed, climate controlled event space.  The shed consists of 2500 tons of built up AESS structural steel, rood trusses, and bogies, plus kinetics equipment.
       
     
  Roosevelt Island, New York    Fabricator - Beauce Atlas    Construction Manager - Turner Construction Company    2,500 Tons       This building features four cantilevered ends and few perimeter columns.  This feature is supported by a full perimeter panel trusses system.  The building required 45 temporary columns to support the structure during construction and jacking systems to activate the perimeter panel trusses and release the cantilevered building sections after erection completed.
       
     
 NYU Kimmel Pavilion - 17,500 Tons of Steel  Fabricator - Canam Steel Corporation  Construction Manager - Turner Construction Company     NYU Kimmel Pavilion is a new ambulatory building at NYU Langone Medical Center.  Unique underground conditions, include DEP easements and Amtrak tunnels drove the unique design of this structure.  The building includes a 5000 ton, 33' deep transfer truss system that includes 10 interwoven trusses.  The truss system directly supports an extensive MEP floor, five hanging operating floors below, plus the 15 floor bed tower above.
       
     
 Sewaren 7 Combined Cycle Plant - Sewaren, NJ  Customer:  Innova Global  Construction Manager:  Black & Veatch  Owner: PSEG  1,500 Tons of Steel  Stonebridge is erected 7 buildings at this project including the new turbine hall building, overhead cranes, fuel & gas buildings
       
     
 Flushing, Queens, New York  Fabricator:  Cimolai SpA  Construction Manager:  Hunt Construction  3500 tons of of steel, plus 700 pieces of structural precast  The project features a retractable roof on top of a cantilevered fixed roof.  Stonebridge will install all structural steel, structural precast, retractable roof steel, plus mechanization system.
       
     
 South Beach Psychiatric Center - Staten Island, NY  Fabricator:  Crystal Steel Fabricators  General Contractor: Prismatic Development Corp.  2,000 Tons
       
     
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 Southwest Brooklyn Marine Transfer Station  Fabricator:  Breton Steel  General Contractor: Prismatic Development Corp.     2,500 Tons of Steel, plus structural and architectural precast.
       
     
 Flushing Town Center is a mixed use building in Queens consisting of a retail mall steel podium and six concrete residential towers on top of the podium.  After the recession of 2008, only three of the six residential towers were completed.  The west towers and steel transfer floor below, at the mall roof level was left incomplete.  The existing conditions included permanent roof trusses and columns that had been terminated at the mall roof  level.  Stonebridge scope of work began with a scan survey existing steel conditions for use by Cives Steel Company to detail the new transfer floor steel.  The second phase of work included the removal of existing and installation of new connection material on existing steel, plus the installation of column stubs throughout the footprint to accept the new infill steel.  The third phase of work was the erection of 2500 tons of new transfer floor girders and infill framing, plus metal deck, to support the future concrete towers above.  The project site was bounded by the existing mall to the east and south, elevated train tracks to the north, and an active loading dock to the west and south.  This presented unique challenges to the project as it required picks of up to 30 tons to be made from a delivery point up to 250' feet away from final location.  In lieu of a larger crawler crane, Stonebridge elected to utilize the permanent in place roof trusses under the three future towers to support three separate crane runways on top of the operating mall below.  Stonebridge utilized two Manitowoc 999 cranes to complete the project, one roof based crane which was hoisted and built in place on three separate runways, and one ground based crane acting as the unloading and staging crane, and the assist crane to assemble, disassemble, and relocate the roof crane.   
       
     
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