Florida-headquartered NV5 Global, Inc. says has been selected by the New York City Department of Design and Construction (NYCDDC) to perform $60 million in engineering design services for city-funded infrastructure projects.
The projects will be driven by mayoral initiatives, community needs, and infrastructure rehabilitation and upgrades as determined by the DDC Commissioner and NYC agencies such as the Department of Transportation, the Department of Environmental Protection, and the Department of Parks and Recreation.
“NV5 has worked with NYCDDC for more than 20 years and has assisted the city in rebuilding one of the most extensive networks of streets, water mains, and storm and sanitary sewers in the country,” NV5 chairman and CEO Dickerson Wright said in a statement
NV5 project manager Joseph Menze said: “Our multi-disciplined structure enables us to support NYCDDC in a variety of disciplines for the design of new utilities, streets, plazas, bridges and retaining walls. We pride ourselves on providing the quality design and management expertise required for successful project delivery.”