One-Story Warehouse Building
Project Description: Three years (eight months per building) — $400 million
The project involved the construction of a new 1 million-square-foot warehouse building. It also included major site work and utilities for three buildings on three separate sites.The project scope included a new building with mezzanine 42 feet from grade, precast panels, steel, metal decking, poured concrete deck, and footings. Major utilities from City Grid (electric, plumbing, sewer, and gas) grading, site work, curbs, and asphalt parking are also included in the scope.
Pre-task planning for all construction trades was performed as they mobilized onto the site to identify and reduce hazards. Menotti participated in all weekly construction meeting to identify upcoming tasks with the trades and to review the safety requirements, whether it be a New York City Department of Building requirement and/or OSHA requirements. We also participated in all major hazardous tasks, including but not limited to tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire safety related tasks. OSHA training was provided for various subcontractors outside of the job for a separate fee.
Menotti Enterprise acted as the lead liaison with NYC Dept. of Buildings BEST Squad inspectors, along with the owner, contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, and all trades. We also conducted initial project orientation presentation for all trades starting day one along with making sure all who entered the construction site had the proper and required credentials. Not only did Menotti reduce all risk and liability to all who owned and entered the site, but we also prepared a construction site safety plan and offered engineered drawings. Our construction management team protected the public, all workers, and adjacent properties during each phase of the project.