Beacon Consulting Group, Inc. News - May 2017

 

Beacon Retained To Provide Construction Consulting and
Construction Management Services For Project at Robert Moses State Park


Beacon Consulting Group, Inc. was recently selected by a leading Surety company to provide construction consulting and construction management services for a project at Robert Moses State Park (Babylon, NY). Robert Moses Park is a popular beach-front recreation area, located on the western end of Fire Island, a barrier island in Suffolk County, NY.

Beacon was retained by the Surety following the default of the General Contractor (GC) that was working on sanitary system improvements at the park, including site excavation work, installation of new sanitary lines and manholes, line cleanouts, camera-inspection of lines and related site survey work. Beacon's role is to assist the Surety company to get the project back on track, by analyzing the current state of the work completed, communicating with all parties involved, and helping to move the project forward. Completing work at Robert Moses State Park in a timely manner is a high priority for the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, given that more than 3.8 million people visit the park annually.

With more than 875 acres of open space, a golf course, and 5 miles of pristine oceanfront shoreline, Robert Moses State Park is a popular destination for fishing, swimming, sunbathing, boating, surfing, bird watching, hiking, and off-road vehicles. The barrier island runs parallel to Long Island, NY, with the Atlantic Ocean on its southern side, and the Great South Bay on the northern side. Adjoining Robert Moses State Park on its eastern side is The Fire Island National Seashore and Fire Island's landmark lighthouse.

More about Robert Moses State Park. Much of the park is still in a natural state, featuring dunes and salt marshes. Robert Moses Park is also a refuge to more than 300 species of birds, including endangered shorebirds. It is located within a major migratory flyway, where many species of warblers and other songbirds can be seen. Among the other wildlife at the park are white-tailed deer, red foxes and cottontail rabbits. During the winter to early spring, seals can be spotted as well. In September and October, many monarch butterflies can be seen passing through the park during their migration to Mexico.


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