SCE recently completed the installation of Stormceptor component to an existing stormwater drainage system in southeast PA. The unit required the excavation of a 20’ deep, 16’ by 16’ hole and the interruption of the existing system. For the duration of the construction effort, the storm drain system remained active. Crews installed a temporary diversion […]

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SCE crews have mobilized on a large-scale asbestos abatement and demolition project in Albany, NY. This $31.5 million overall project includes the hazardous materials abatement & renovation of Building 4 at the State OB Campus in Albany, NY. Work will continue though Summer 2017.

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During the Christmas season, SCE volunteers visited the Gino Merli Veterans’ Center in Scranton, PA to deliver gifts donated by SCE employees. In addition, the volunteers served lunches to residents and, as importantly, sat with them as they had lunch. SCE General Counsel, Gene Talerico, coordinated the visit. “They gave so much to their country, […]

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SCE was recently advised that it has qualified for certification in the Gold Shovel Standard. As reflected in the Association’s literature, “The mission of the Gold Shovel Standard is to both certify that excavators and locators have adopted standard safety management elements into their excavating processes and create and deploy the infrastructure to quantitatively measure […]

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SCE recently completed work on the 9th Street Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) Train Platform in New York. This work was completed under SCE’s existing multi-year Port Authority of NY and NJ Contract. PATH is a rapid transit railroad serving Newark, Harrison, Hoboken, and Jersey City in metropolitan northern New Jersey and Manhattan in New York […]

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Work is nearing completion on the Seaplane Hangar 38 on Miller Field. Miller Field was established prior to World War I as part of a system of aerial coast defenses for New York City. An early aviation building, Seaplane Hangar 38 was constructed at Miller Field in 1920 for the U.S. Army and is the […]

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