Skanska Kiewit Ecco III JV
Queens and Brooklyn, New York
Originally constructed in 1939, the Kosciuszko Bridge connects Brooklyn and
Queens to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway over Newtown Creek and currently serves over 200,000 commuters per day. This project included the replacement of Kosciuszko Bridge, the first cable-stayed bridge in New York City. Construction on the Queens-bound Kosciuszko Bridge commenced in 2014 to rehabilitate the main span cable and add the new approaches in Brooklyn and Queens.
AEIS performed welding and non-destructive testing (NDT) inspections on this project to ensure that project materials were fabricated in accordance with project specifications, codes, and standards. Our team determined quality outcomes through the identification of non-conformances and discontinuities in project materials. Project owner confidence was enhanced through daily collaboration with the quality assurance team.
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