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Post Office Project Case Study in New York

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Project Overview

Project Title:GREAT NECK CARRIER ANNEX
Estimated Value:$10,985,000
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Project Location

State:New York
County:Nassau
City:Great Neck
Address:East Shore Rd

Project Type

Building Category:Post Offices
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Post Office Construction Of The Great Neck Carrier Annex (Project # A44511) To The East, Th Structure Consists Of A Steel Frame With Poured Concrete Slabs At The Ground/First Floor & Poured Concrete On Steel Deck Floor Slabs At The Upper/Second Floor, Construction Throughout The Building Is To Be One Hour Fire Rated, The First Floor Consists Of Offices, Locker & Toilet Rooms, Lunch Room & Mechanical/Electrical Rooms, The Second Floor Consists Of The Workroom, Loading Area, Investigative Office, Storage Rooms & Toilets, Employee Parking Is On The Ground Level Adjacent To The First Floor Of The Building, Starting 4-Foot-6-Inc Below The First Floor & Sloping Down The Site To The Rear Setback Line, With Spaces For 79 Vehicles, The Postal Vehicle Loading Area Is Directly Above The Employee Parking, 4-Foot-0-Inch Below The Second Floor Level, With Spaces For 1 Postal Vehicles & 3 Semi-Trailers, Ramps Connect The Vehicle Areas To The Street, Vertical Circulation In The Building Consists Of An Elevator & Egress Stairs At The Southeast & Southwest Corners