East Midtown Esplanade

What was once a Con Edison pier used for offloading coal was slated to become a new park for the New York City Economic Development Corporation. Trevcon was tasked with demolishing the existing concrete structure, located on the Manhattan side of East River between 38th and 41st streets and replacing it with a new concrete esplanade. The footprint of the esplanade is 45 feet by 800 feet, running parallel with the East River, and consists of 80 foot long, 24-inch square precast concrete piles with a 40-foot long h-pile stinger, precast caps and precast deck slabs. A cast-in-place topping slab was poured on top of the precast units locking all components together.