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April 10, 2015

Manhattan West
On 33rd Street (near Dyer Avenue), Con Edison will continue its street work related to connecting the utility vault on Saturday, April 11, and Sunday, April 12, from 7 am to 6 pm. This work involves chopping the street and will be noisy.

Con Edison will work both within the project site and on the street for the next few weekends.

On Saturday, April 11, in the Southwest lot on 31st Street near Dyer Avenue, workers will continue placing rebar and formwork from 7 am to 6 pm. This is not noisy work. Workers will be drilling rock anchors, starting after 9 am. This is noisy work.

In the Northeast lot, workers will be cleaning up the site by moving dirt with a machine and performing excavation support work from 7am to 6pm on Saturday, April 11. This is not noisy.

Workers will be on the platform sealing the deck. This is not noisy work and will occur on Saturday, April 11, and Sunday, April 12 from 7 am to 6pm.

On Monday, April 13, through Friday, April 17, students at the Clinton School (33rd Street between Dyer Avenue and 9th Avenue) will be taking state required standardized tests from 8 am to 12:00 noon. Brookfield will begin work at 12:30 pm and continue until to 6:00 pm in the Northeast lot (on 33rd Street near 9th Avenue) during this period.

450 West 33rd Street
On Saturday, April 11, work continues on the roof of 450 to finish the construction of the pump room and the installation of conduits. We will be drilling exterior columns along Dyer Avenue. All construction is weather-permitting. This work will be done from 7 am to 4 pm.

As a reminder, the exterior renovation of 450 West 33rd Street continues and the planned time frames for facade concrete panel removals are as follows. The work will take place weeknights from 6 pm to 2:30 am:

  • Dyer Avenue: present -5/29/15
  • 10th Avenue: 4/9/15 6/16/15
  • 31st Street: 7/16/15 9/4/15
  • 33rd Street: 7/21/15 9/4/15

Brookfield is continually taking measures to reduce the impact of noise by using sound mitigating blankets, doing work in enclosed areas and using electric, instead of pneumatic, equipment and other methods.

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