Blackridge Construction LLC is a D.B.E., M.B.E. and L.B.E.
We are one of the top infrastructure construction companies in New York focusing on bridges, subways, dams and airport projects.
Some of our projects
Unionport Bridge Replacement
Contractors Name: Unionport Constructors, JV
As part of ‘City Hall in Your Borough’ week, Mayor de Blasio’s team and high ranking NYC Department of Transportation officials paid a visit to Blackridge Construction, a minority-owned firm that won a $3.4 million contract on a major DOT construction project: the $226 million reconstruction of the Unionport Bridge.
Among those present at Thursday, January 31 celebration of business and enterprise were Polly Trottenberg, DOT commissioner; James ‘Chris’ Carroll, Blackridge Construction president; Councilman Robert Cornegy, chair of NYC M/WBE, a commission on minority and women owned businesses; Jonnel Doris, senior advisor and director of the Mayor’s M/WBE office and employees of Blackridge.
East side access tunnel
Contractors Name: Tutor Perini
This contract provides for the design and build of electrical, mechanical, ventilation, and architectural work as follows: electrical – communication systems, control systems, security systems, fire detection systems, power substations, metering equipment, switchgear, signal systems, lighting, public address systems, heaters, telephone systems, distributed antenna systems, data capture and reporting systems, traffic control systems, monitoring/maintenence equipment, and emergency generators; mechanical – drainage pumps, fire standpipes, fire suppression equipment, and monorail/hoist equipment; ventilation – fans, dampers, controls, and air conditioning systems; architectural – doors, louvers, and handrails. Additonal responsibilities include coordinating this work and requirements with those of the Long Island Railroad, Metro North Railroad, New York City Transit, New York and Atlantic Railroad, Amtrak, and New Jersey Transit.
The project includes 12 miles of tunnels, 11 ventilation facilities, 62 communication rooms, 79 tunnel ventilation fans, 11 miles of fire standpipe, 13 electrical substations, 29 communication systems, 380 miles of conduit, and 760 miles of cable.
Location: New york
Location: New York
86th and 2nd Ave
Contractors Name: Skanska USA
Skanska is the managing partner of the jointventure awarded a $301 million project for construction of the 86th Street Station cavern portion of the new Second Avenue Subway. The major facets of the project include mining of the cavern via drill and blast methods, followed by construction of the reinforced concrete structural lining of the cavern. Additional work items include building demolition, installation of support-of-excavation elements, utility relocation and reconstruction, and underpinning of existing buildings adjacent to the work site. All work will be performed in the densely populated upper east side of Manhattan, making proper maintenance and protection of pedestrian and vehicular traffic through the area of paramount importance.