Blog Archives

Griffith St. Bridge over Koy Creek

Nichols, Long & Moore Construction Corp. was awarded a contract in April 2012 for $800K by Wyoming County Highway Dept for replacing an existing bridge over East Koy Creek in Town of Pike, NY. The existing concrete bridge spanning 60 feet over a trout stream will be removed and replaced with a precast concrete arch Read More...

Tift Street Bridge

The New York State Department of Transportation's 11.8 Million dollar Tift Street Bridge consists of a 1400 liner foot bridge.  The bridge spans over 25 various mainline railroad tracks.  The substructure included 5 large piers and 2 abutments.  It also involved 120,000 cubic yards of embankment for a new bridge and 2 mile of road Read More...

Exchange Street Lift Bridge

The New York State Department of Transportations's 3.3 million dollar reconstruction of the Exchange Street Lift is located in Lockport, New York.  The work consisted of total reconstruction of the 100 year old lift bridge, which spans over the Erie Canal.  The work involved removing and replacing structural steel, mechanical lifting equipment, concrete abutments, and Read More...

Ohio Street Bridge

The New York State Department of Transportation's 3.3 million dollar Ohio Street Bridge was removed and replaced in 120 days.  The South Town Connector is a major highway to the City of Buffalo.  The 500 foot bridge consists of 2 piers, 2 abutments, and structural steel with a light weight concrete deck.  Additional work also Read More...

Pekin Retaining Wall

>The New York Department of Transportation's 1.5 Million Dollar concrete retaining wall reconstruction is located on Route 429 in Perkin, New York.  The work consisted of replacing a 34 foot high retaining wall, formed with a one sided form.  The wall was also installed with an architectural stone liner.

Rapids Road Bridge

The Erie County Department of Public Works Rapid Road Bridge Reconstruction consisted of a 48 foot precast arch span over Beeman Creek.  Installation of the bridge was completed in one day.  In addition to the arch span, the project also involved H piling, concrete footers, creek stabilization, roadwork, and landscaping.

Pedestrian Bridge

The New York State Department of Transportation's 3.5 million dollar Pedestrian Bridge included replacing the existing bridge with a new architectural structure.  The 350 foot bridge spans 10 lanes of traffic on a major expressway in Buffalo, NY.  The work was partially constructed at night.

GM Site Development

The 12 million dollar General Motors site work consisted of installing storm sewers, waterlines, parking lots, and access roads thru a hazardous waste site.

ECSD No. 4 Pump House

Erie County Sewer District No. 4's Vanderbilt and Depew Pump Station Project consisted of various general and mechanical improvements to Erie County Sewer District No. 4's sewage pumping facilities.  In addition to the pump station upgrades, revisions were made to a multi-million gallon overflow retention facility to increase its capacity.  At the pump stations, existing Read More...

990 Pump House Reconstruction

New York State Department of Transportation 990 Pump House Reconstruction and Rehabilitation located in Amherst, New York and Depew, New York.  The project consists of converting an existing 30 year structure from a Wet/Dry Well Pump House to a Wet Well only Pump Station.  The project required installing temporary bypass of the current pump station 36" Read More...