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715-719 Broadway Roof Repairs


New York University will replacing the roof of 715-719 Broadway.

 

Information for Neighbors

 

Project Timeline
 

  • This project will begin in November 2013 and is scheduled for completion in summer 2014.
  • This project requires six months of physical work, but the nature of the work is extremely weather dependent. Therefore the projected project timeline may fluctuate.

Scope of Work

  • The roof replacement process first requires the removal of the existing roof, then the replacement of the underlying waterproofing membrane, and finally the installation of a new roof. 
  • This process will take place across the rooftop incrementally so that any active work space can be safely covered in the case of inclement weather.
  • Contractors will be present on the building's rooftop.
  • Debris will be removed through the building's Washington Place entrance no earlier than 9:00 am.

Updates and Announcements

 

Construction Update, January 24, 2014

Due to weather delays, the project timeline has been revised: completion is scheduled for summer 2014.

Construction Update, December 17, 2013

The site will be closed on December 25 and January 1, 2014.

Construction Update, November 8, 2013

The project timeline and hours have been finalized, and work has commenced.

715-719 Broadway

Work hours

 

  • Monday - Friday,
    7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Debris removal is not expected to start before
    8:00 am.
  • In instances where night or weekend work is required, community members will be given advanced notice.

Latest News

 

January 24 2013

Weather delays have forced a timeline revision: project completion is rescheduled for summer 2014.

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