Concrete placed at any building under construction in New York City is required to be tested to ensure it meets the project’s structural design requirements. Concrete testing must be performed by a licensed Concrete Testing Laboratory.
Concrete testing laboratories test the strength and composition of concrete and its components to ensure the concrete meets the standards and requirements outlined in the NYC Building Code. All concrete testing – including field, lab, and sampling testing – must be performed by a lab licensed by the New York City Department of Buildings.
Chinese investment firm Fosun received city approval to create 200,000 square feet of retail space beneath 28 Liberty Street, the Financial District office tower formerly known as 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza.
The Shanghai-based firm won permission tuesday from the landmarks preservation commission to create entrances at 28 liberty street's plaza that will connect the street level to five below-ground floors that it plans to lease to retail tenants.
Steven Brauser has partnered with Socius Development Group to erect an 130,000-square-foot rental building at 56 Fulton Street, at the corner of Cliff Street. The 23-story, 120-unit building will be called Exhibit. Skyline is contracted to provide all the special and progress inspections for this project currently under construction. Challenges include scope near the MTA easement, drilled caisson foundation, and concrete footing installation near the water table.