Triumph Construction is proud to serve as the site utility contractor for the Hudson Yards, the large-scale redevelopment project being jointly funded and constructed by the City of New York, the State of New York, and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to encourage development along the Hudson River.
Triumph Construction is a $200 million construction corporation serving the New York metropolitan area as a major utility contractor for both the public and private sectors. In recent years, the company has seen increased work across Long Island and Westchester County.
Triumph Construction is proud to serve as a preferred contractor to numerous city agencies, including:
■ New York City Department of Design & Construction;
■ New York City Economic Development Corp.;
■ New York City Department of Transportation;
■ Metropolitan Transportation Authority;
■ Metro North Railroad;
■ NYC Schools Construction Authority.
Triumph Construction is also a major subcontractor for utilities in the metropolitan area, performing both gas and electric services. In addition, Triumph is actively involved in the construction of public schools and performs construction services for numerous high-profile private-sector clients, including Skanska, El Sol, and Hunter Roberts Construction Group.
Triumph is currently responsible for the installation of:
■ Park Slope – 72” trunk watermain;
■ Pershing Square – 48” trunk watermain with park rehabilitation;
■ LinkNYC and LinkNWK free private Wi-Fi kiosks;
■ Water mains and sewers in support of ADA elevator work;
■ 36” and 24” water mains at the Pier 35 Restoration;
■ Sewer and watermain infrastructure throughout Coney Island and Park Slope, Brooklyn;
■ Pedestrian curb ramps and ADA compliant sidewalk modifications throughout NYC;
■ A majority of the bus shelters and newsstands located within the metropolitan area;
■ Security and operable bollards in Times Square and outside of Grand Central Station;
■ Complex pedestrian ramps and catch basins throughout the city;
■ Pedestrian improvements throughout the city, including the installation of new trees and tree pits;
■ A 20,000-square-foot pedestrian plaza at 185th Street on the campus of Yeshiva University;
■ Electrical equipment in the 70th Avenue Substation in Queens as well as electrical substation
construction at the Bronx Zoo;
■ Restoration and construction of a massive seawall at Long Island’s Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.