PROJECT BIOS

Some of our latest projects can be seen below. Contact us for more details!

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CON EDISON SPILL PROTECTION CONTROL & COUNTERMEASURE PROJECT

LOCATION: Brooklyn, Queens & Staten Island      OWNER: Consolidated Edison of New York

SERVICE: Electrical                                                     CLIENT:  Posillico Civil

YEAR COMPLETED: 2022                                            DURATION:  3 Years

PROJECT OVERVIEW

FusionTech installed new grounding grids at (17) Con Edison Substations throughout Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island in support of the Spill Protection Control and Countermeasure Project. Completed tasks included the procurement and installation of 1000 KCMIL and 4/0 AWG tinned copper ground cable, copper ground rods, FRE conduit risers, thermowelds, SWAGE couplers, and mechanical ground lugs for (80) 138kV Transformers and Reactors, along with documented resistance testing and as-builts of the completed grounding grids. 

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NYSDEC MOUNT LORETTO UNIQUE AREA 7.6kV PRIMARY ELECTRICAL SERVICE

LOCATION: Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island  

OWNER: NYSDEC

SERVICE:  Electrical                                                                CLIENT:  Northline Utilities

YEAR COMPLETED:  2020                                                     DURATION:  3 Months

PROJECT OVERVIEW

FusionTech installed a new 7.6kV underground primary electrical service for the Mt. Loretto Unique Area Maintenance Facility Building. The project scope included the removal of a damaged 1/0 primary feeder cable from the existing underground conduit system, installation of cable racking, ground rods, and exothermic welds in (11) manholes prior to installation of approximately 3500 feet of new 1/0 primary feeder cable from Hylan Boulevard to the new transformer pad at the Maintenance Facility Building. FusionTech also installed a 400-Amp meter pan, manual transfer switch, conduits and fittings, and installed, terminated, and tested new 500 MCM secondary copper conductors from the new transformer pad to the Maintenance Facility Building.

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RFK / TRIBOROUGH BRIDGE CONDUIT AND FIBER CABLE INSTALLATION PROJECT

LOCATION: Randall’s Island, NY                   
OWNER: MTA Bridges and Tunnels

SERVICE:  Electrical / Telecom                                      CLIENT:  AllState Sales Group

YEAR COMPLETED: 2021                                           DURATION:  9 Months

PROJECT OVERVIEW

FusionTech designed and installed 4” PVC coated GRS conduit from TBTA Building C3 to RFK Bridge Pier 113 on Randall’s Island. The project scope included the installation of approximately 1500 feet of 4” PVC coated galvanized conduit with 3-1.25” innerducts and stainless-steel pull-boxes along the underside and support Piers of the RFK Bridge, followed by the procurement and installation of approximately 6000 feet of 864-strand fiber optic cable from TBTA Building C3 to their Training Facility in Building 104.

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MTA/LIRR EAST SIDE ACCESS PROJECT DAS NETWORK FIBER CABLE SPLICING & TESTING

LOCATION: Manhattan, NYC                                        OWNER: MTA / LIRR

SERVICE: Telecom                                                       CLIENT:  PJS Electric

YEAR COMPLETED:  *2022 Projected                
DURATION:  16 Months

PROJECT OVERVIEW

FusionTech was sub-contracted by PJS Electric to splice and test the fiber optic backbone cables in support of the new Distributed Antenna System (DAS) for the East Side Access Project. The project scope included the procurement and installation of wall-mounted fiber optic splice cabinets in each of (11) Telecom Rooms on the Concourse Level, and (7) Telecom Rooms on the Caverns Level of Grand Central Station, followed by the fusion splicing and acceptance testing of more than 4500 strands of ribbon and lose tube fiber with documented OTDR and Power Meter results. FusionTech also assisted PJS with pre-installation fiber testing and the installation of an 864-strand fiber cable in existing conduit from the Concourse Level to an ECS manhole on East 46th Street. Project completion is anticipated in December of 2022.