Piers 62/63 (Chelsea Piers), Pier 86 (Intrepid Pier), and Queens West Waterfront
J-Track has already completed three waterfront projects in its short, yet illustrious history. In May 2007, J-Track began work on the Queens West Waterfront Rehabilitation; a $1 million project for the Empire State Development Corporation. In November 2007, J-Track began work on the Pier 86 Rehabilitation. This Hudson River Park Trust project was valued at $2 million. In February of 2008, they started work on the Pier 62/63 rehabilitation. This project, also for the Hudson River Park Trust, was valued at $2.2 million.
All three of these projects involved the construction of bulkheads (above and below the water line), the construction of the cast in place elements of the pier structure, and the digging of trenches. The projects called for the pouring of over 10,000 cubic yards of concrete during both the winter and summer seasons.
All three of these contracts were completed on-time. The Pier 86 project won an award of merit from New York Construction Magazine in the “Best of 2008” contest.