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November 25, 2013

N.Y MTA subway project reaches major milestone

All blasting operations for Phase 1 of the Second Avenue Subway Project are complete and heavy construction to excavate and create the 96th St station reached substantial completion.


June 17, 2013

MTA awards 10th Second Ave. Subway contract

Valued at approximately $208.3 million, the contract was awarded to the 86th Street Constructors Joint Venture, a joint venture of Schiavone Construction Co. LLC and John P. Picone Inc.


August 22, 2012

N.Y. subway work halted after blast goes awry

MTA officials said the area at the northwest corner of 72nd Street and Second Avenue was not equipped to handle the force of the blast, which sent debris flying into the street.


February 8, 2012

Skansa awarded Second Ave. subway contract

With joint-venture partner LK Comstock and Co., a subsidiary of RailWorks, the company will construct the track and systems for Phase I of the Second Avenue Subway.


July 6, 2010

N.Y.'s Second Ave. subway design to quell station noise

Transit officials have also promised a garble-free PA system — with speakers arranged to minimize reverberation — and raise the possibility of piped-in music.


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