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City of Glen Cove Interconnect Project

City of Glen Cove - Contract DPW 04-0200

The principal feature of this project is the construction of a three span arch bridge on Charles Street over the Glen Cove Creek from Pratt Park. Other features are the construction of a new connector road from Glen Cove Avenue to Charles Street, the widening and paving of existing roadways, drainage installation, widening of the Glen Cove Fire House, new street lighting, signals, curbs and sidewalks.

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Deck Joint Repair and Replacement at Various Locations

New York State Department of Transportation - Contract D260590

This contract consists of the Bridge Deck Joint Replacement at 33 locations on NY 109, I-495, NY 27, NY 25B and NY 25, throughout the Towns of Babylon, Huntington, Brookhaven, Islip, Smithtown, Riverhead, Southampton, Hempstead, North Hempstead and Oyster Bay. Also included, the bridge from the Westbound L.I.E. to the Southbound Sagtikos Parkway over the Sagtikos Parkway was jacked and the bearings were replaced.

Date: 04/07/2011

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NY 25 (SH8268) 3R Project

New York State Department of Transportation - Contract D260671

This contract consists of 5.76 kilometers (from Rt 347 to South Howell Road) of asphalt concrete resurfacing/reconstruction, intersection improvements, traffic signals, new sidewalks, curbs and drainage work on route 25 in the towns of Smithtown, Brookhaven and Village of Lake Grove.

Extensive drainage work was involved with cuts as deep as 30 feet. Also included is a retaining wall at Moriches Road and a large recharge basin within the project.

Date: Feburary 8th, 2008

Rt.25 Middle Country Rd. Smithtown
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Consolidate Sanitary Sewer Services

Nassau County Department of Public Works - Contract S35110R

The principal features of this contract include: the construction of a 24 inch gravity sewer, one 10 inch and one 20 inch sewage force mains, jacking operation under the Nassau Expressway, robust de-watering and the restoration of the existing roadways. Read more

Date: 06/11/2014

The principal features of this contract include: the construction of a 24 inch gravity sewer, one 10 inch and one 20 inch sewage force mains, jacking operation under the Nassau Expressway, robust de-watering and the restoration of the existing roadways.


Inwood Force Main - Over 2 ½ miles of 20” force main along Peninsula Ave. Included with the installation were drainage basins, manholes and air release valves. To reach the Cedarhurst pump station we jacked a 36” Steel casing over 1,000 ft under the Nassau Expressway. Cedarhurst Gravity Sewer – Installed 24 inch gravity sewer including catch basins and manholes.

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West Shore Road Seawall Improvement – Phase I and Phase II

Nassau County Department of Public Works - Contracts H6179A-01G and H6179A-2G

These projects were initiated due to the deterioration of West Shore Road in Mill Neck. Before work could begin Hurricane Sandy caused extensive additional damage and forced the road to close because of a failing seawall and roadway. Read more

Date: 03/31/2015

These projects were initiated due to the deterioration of West Shore Road in Mill Neck. Before work could begin Hurricane Sandy caused extensive additional damage and forced the road to close because of a failing seawall and roadway. Nassau County Department of Public works and A.L.A.C. Contracting got together to formulate a plan to begin work on this 18-month project immediately. When the County found if we could finish the job within 6 months of the storm the county and the people of Nassau would get a FEMA grant for the cost of Phase I. The compressed schedule from 18 to 6 months posed a challenge to A.L.A.C. bringing all of A.L.A.C. experience in heavy highway road construction to bear.


The contract consists of improvements to the seawall and roadway restoration along West Shore Road, Mill Neck. Proposed was the removal of approximately two-thousand (2,000) feet of the existing seawall and construct a concrete block wall in the same location. Before the wall could be constructed all the utilities in the area (PSEG-LI, Verizon and Cablevision) had to be relocated from the existing telephone poles to new underground conduit. All work had to be in conformance with the various permits received, especially the United States Department of the Interior’s United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation which prohibited all equipment except a light duty skid steer from working on the beach. Roadway reconstruction was done after the utilities and the drainage was finished. Other work consisting of drainage, guide rail, seawall railing and various other items were needed.


A.L.A.C. finished Phase I within the 6-month period Stipulated by FEMA. Additionally, the New York State Society of Professional Engineers – Nassau County Chapter named this project as ‘Project of the Year’


A.L.A.C. won the bid for Phase II of the project. This phase consisted of over 68,000 sq feet of steel sheeting over a 1,900 foot and 900-foot span. The utility work was the same as in Phase I with the utilities being relocated underground. The utility work coordination, especially scheduling and overall management, between PSE&G LI, Verizon and Cablevision was extensive and vital to the job. All new drainage was installed guide rail and seawall railing. This phase was completed ahead of schedule and under budget.

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