Facilities

Our work at various types of facilities allows us to demonstrate our skills in many aspects of the construction industry. Building design and construction, electrical installations, HVAC, track work, excavation, paving and resurfacing are some of the essential disciplines on display in this demanding segment of our business.

Projects include bus and train stations, vehicle maintenance shops and toll plazas. We have experience working in both urban and rural areas and have met the challenges each unique type of location presents.

Browse our Facility projects below.
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Our Services Include

  • Bus and train stations
  • Toll plazas
  • Vehicle maintenance shops
  • Train wash facilities
  • Harmon Shop Replacement Phase II

    Croton-on-Hudson, NY

    Design/Build project of 3 new buildings and an addition to an existing building all constructed in an operating rail yard, adjacent to active tracks.

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  • Sunnyside Yard Platform Repair (Tracks 1-36)

    Queens, NY

    Concrete platforms are located between each track to allow railroad personnel safe and efficient travel within Sunnyside Yard. As concrete has deteriorated over time, the platforms have become unsafe, requiring repairs.

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  • Hicksville Station & North Track Siding Improvements

    Hicksville, NY

    Complete modernization of the third busiest Long Island Rail Road station, Hicksville. Aesthetic improvements have made the new station one of the most attractive in New York.

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  • Freedom Tower Sitework

    New York, NY

    RCC was contracted to build the new West Plaza around the Freedom Tower site.

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    SECAUCUS JUNCTION STATION

    Secaucus, NJ

    Secaucus Junction Station is a commuter rail hub and transfer station serving several key NJ Transit commuter routes. In addition, it supplies shuttle service to the Meadowlands Sports and Entertainment Complex on football Sundays. Prior to Super Bowl XLVIII, New Jersey Transit sought to extend the lower level platforms to accommodate larger numbers of passengers.

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