Services in New York
DH Glabe & Associates and Glabe Consulting Services provide construction and structural engineering services in The Empire State of New York. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Department of Transportation New York State (NYSDOT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates and Glabe Consulting services all areas throughout the state including New York City, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Syracuse, Albany, Ithaca, Saratoga Springs and Niagara Falls.
DHG has worked on several jobs throughout New York, including the following select projects:
Fall Protection Engineering – Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
Fall Protection Engineering – Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Improvement Project with Boyd Gaming in Atlantic City, New Jersey: design, engineering and development of a fall protection plan to allow workers access to install temporary risers for hotel events. Work included developing conceptual fall protection plans, writing a fall protection usage plan for conform with the OSHA 1926 standards, providing on-site safety and hazard inspection to observe construction activities, and analyzing various permanent and temporary structural members to be utilized as potential fall protection anchor points.
Structural Engineering – 2 Meadowlands Plaza Communication
Structural Engineering – 2 Meadowlands Plaza Communication Improvement Project with Powder River Development in East Rutherford, New Jersey: review and engineering of various structural appurtenances that house components for a post-installed communication system. Work included reviewing equipment layout and comparing loading to the previously developed structural engineering plans.
Home to “The Big Apple,” New York City, the estimated population in 2015 was around 8.55 million. Today, New York houses four of the ten most visited tourist attractions in the world including Time Square, Central Park, Niagara Falls, and the Grand Central Terminal. It is home to other important historic sites of U.S. history such as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the September 11th Memorial and Museum. One iconic image of New York is the Manhattan Bridge. This iconic suspension bridge was the first to use a Warren Truss in its design and influenced many other suspension bridge designs in the early 20th century. Originally designed by Leon Moisseiff, the bridge’s construction was completed in 1909 and currently holds seven traffic lanes, four-train line for the New York City Subway, and pathways for pedestrians and bicycles. The enormous structure spans 6,855 feet across the East river, connecting lower Manhattan to Downtown Brooklyn.
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