September 11, 2013
Will work with AECOM to form an integrated services team for the next phase of the 13.7-mile Metro Area Express light rail network.
June 17, 2013
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.
April 16, 2013
Combining respective expertise with Lilee Systems in advanced communications systems and rail signaling technologies, the two companies have developed an Interoperable Train Control solution that for the first time offers the industry a Wayside Interface Unit with Systems Management Agent functionality.
December 13, 2011
Will provide construction management services and rail expertise for the first phase of Moynihan Station construction in Manhattan.
February 15, 2011
Team will finalize planning and preliminary engineering activities; oversee final design and pre-construction work; and provide construction management/inspection, quality assurance/quality control and systems start-up services.
July 27, 2009
Once revenue service begins, Veolia Transportation will be responsible for all aspects of the new light rail network for an initial period of five years which can be extended up to 35 years.
June 16, 2009
The joint venture, known as "THE Partnership,", will complete final design and preparation of contract-bid packages for the 3.5-mile tunnel, which will double commuter rail capacity between New York and New Jersey.
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