DOMINO CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: April 7, 2014 and April 14, 2014

In an effort to keep the public aware of upcoming construction activities, Two Trees Management will provide updates every two weeks.

Please note: the exact scope and nature of the activities are subject to change based upon field conditions.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at or call at 718-384-9742.

Weeks covering April 7, 2014 and April 14, 2014

Asbestos Abatement

  • The relevant abatement was completed at the site in September.


  • Demolition contractors have completed the installation of a high-quality construction noise barrier at the perimeter of the entire site.
  • A third party construction monitor/reporter approved by Department of City Planning is in place to oversee and certify the implementation of the specified environmental mitigation measures.
  • The demolition permit for Building 16 on Kent Ave between South 5th and South 3rd Street (Phase 2) is approved, and demolition began the week of November 11th. Scaffolding and netting have been installed from South 3rd Street to South 5th Street, and on South 5th Street west to the river. The location of the construction fence has been temporarily repositioned for the demolition of the exterior portion of the building.
  • Demolition of Building 16 is expected to take several months, with an anticipated completion date in Spring 2014.
  • Work on Saturdays from 10am to 4pm started 1/11.
  • Demolition of the main portion of the building is nearing completion.


  • A traffic plan showing all proposed alterations to land, street and sidewalk was been submitted and approved by Department of Transportation and Bikes Department.
  • The sidewalk, bike lane and street have been redirected according to those approved plans.
  • We are in the process of moving the construction fence from South 3rd Street to South 5th Street to its final position at the edge of the road, where it will match the current position of the fence from South 3rd to Grand. This task will be completed this week.
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