Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)/Metro North Railroad, Superstorm Sandy Hardening
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and MTA Metro-North Railroad received a federal grant of $20.8M to harden Metro-North’s Hudson Line against future storm surge flooding events of the type experienced during Superstorm Sandy. The grant was used to design and build 92 elevated steel equipment platforms along 30 miles of track from the South Bronx to Croton-Harmon, in Westchester County, as well as provide for the design and construction of perimeter protection, waterproofing, hardening of substations and train yard buildings, and installation of video and electronic monitoring of Metro-North facilities and infrastructure. The grant was matched by $6.9 million in MTA funds.
For this project, Envision reviewed the client master schedule and analyzed the contractors monthly schedules and overall cost and resource review on a quarterly basis. In addition, Envision provided meeting support based on client needs.
- CPM Scheduling
- Construction Schedule Review
- Construction Schedule Analysis
- Schedule Cost and Resource Review
- Meeting Support