Government

JFK Expressway Rehabilitation of Airport Access Roadway Stage I Study

Queens, New York

Project Overview

MFS Engineers & Surveyors provided geotechnical engineering services in support of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) John F. Kennedy (JFK) Expressway Rehabilitation of Airport Access Roadway Stage I project located in Queens, New York.

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Project Details

The MFS scope of work was specifically for the approximately 800-foot long “bathtub” roadway section of the JFK Expressway between two road bridges and passing beneath two airplane taxiways. The lowest portion of the “bathtub” in the left lane of the northbound JFK Expressway has been experiencing a suspected water leakage/infiltration which has resulted in ponding for many years. As part of the rehabilitation effort, MFS identified potential causes for the ongoing water infiltration/leakage and ponding evaluated any past attempts to remedy the issue, and provided potential solutions for the pavement rehabilitation at the area of concern at the project site.

Stats

  • Owner:
    Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Services Provided

  • Our geotechnical engineers understand the value of providing a comprehensive yet cost effective solution. Our team can offer support throughout a project’s duration in the form of due diligence and investigational studies, preparation of recommendations and reporting, design, and construction inspections on projects of all types and complexities.