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Halmar Awarded $50 Million Ramp Design/Build project at RFK Bridge
Halmar International, of Pearl River, New York, was recently awarded the Design/Build Project of the reconstruction of ramp MQ, Manhattan to Queens, at the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge awarded by the TBTA. Halmar, and its design partner Hardesty and Hanover, were initially short-listed, and finally selected based on the cost and approach. The contract calls for the design and replacement of the existing elevated Manhattan to Queens ramp from the abutment to where the ramp merges with the Queens to Bronx mainline to meet HS-25 design loads and current seismic standards; widening a portion of the ramp; closing the gap between the Queens Bronx Mainline and the MQ Ramp; design and retrofit footings; and, replacement of pedestals, bearings, decks and fixtures. Chris Larsen of Halmar International states, “The area is highly congested with vehicle and foot traffic, and Halmar has demonstrated experience working in congested areas, such as the Alexander Hamilton Bridge. Additionally, we have the Design/Build experience requisite to make where maintenance of traffic flow is critical. Our design/build experience, selection of the right D/B firm, and having experience in high volume corridors poise us and the TBTA for success on this project.