Tectonic has provided, and is currently providing, engineering services to the New York City Department of Design and Construction. Under various term contracts with the agency, Tectonic has provided geotechnical engineering and construction phase services at multiple locations throughout New York City’s five boroughs. Construction phase geotechnical services have included base line vibration monitoring, performance of preconstruction condition surveys on neighboring buildings, pile driving inspection, subgrades, fill placement, compaction testing, inspections of sheeting and shoring, and asphalt/concrete pavement inspections. Projects have included large diameter water mains, sewer/storm drain systems, building structures, pump stations, outfalls, and emergency boardwalk and beach station improvements/repairs after Hurricane Sandy.
Recent monitoring projects completed to date under this contract include:
- Elmhurst-Queens Library, Elmhurst, NY
- Queens Library at Kew Gardens Hills, Flushing, NY
- New York City Hall, Manhattan, NY
- New Brighton Beachfront, Brooklyn, NY