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APPENDIX F – ESTIMATES OF CONSTRUCTION-RELATEDTRUCK AND EQUIPMENT QUANTITIES

APPENDIX FESTIMATES OF TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT QUANTITIES ASSOCIATED WITHCONSTRUCTION OF SOUTH FERRY TERMINAL PROJECTThis appendix provides the detailed estimates of truck and equipment quantities associated withconstruction of the South Ferry Terminal Project. Estimates are provided by each individual element orcomponent of the project. Construction methods and activities are described in Chapter 4.0 of the EA.Connection between South Ferry Terminal and Whitehall Street Station (N/R Connection)It is assumed that the connection between the South Ferry Terminal and the N/R Whitehall Street Stationwill be constructed using cut and cover construction techniques. Tables F-1 through F-6 provideestimates for the various construction activities and equipment associated with this connection.Table F-1: Vehicle Estimates for N/R Connection Slurry WallDelivery TypeQuantitySlurry Wall – ExcavationSlurry Wall – ConcreteSlurry Wall - RebarService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass Transit18001800250UnitsCYCYTonsTotal No.OfTruckloadsTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)12018025462610Trips ation6 Months20 to 304 to 616 to 244 to 61 to 23 to 4Table F-2: Equipment Estimates for N/R Connection Slurry WallEquipment TypeSlurry Mixing PlantDesanding PlantCrawler Crane w/clamshellCrawler CraneHi-Lift (Forklift)Concrete PumpConcrete TrucksDump TrucksRubber Tire LoaderAir CompressorPavement BreakersSize100 m3 per hour –Diesel 50 HP100 m3 per hour –Diesel 50 HP100 Ton100 Ton5 ton – 40 footboom150 CY/Hour –100 foot boom10 CY Tandem orTri-AxleTandem Axle – 15CY3.5 CY800 CFM90 LbsEngineTypeSizeHPTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration1Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)1Diesel5090%6 .95%DieselDiesel31011211270%50%50%Page 1 of 12

Table F-3: Vehicle Estimates for N/R Connection ExcavationDelivery TypeQuantityExcavate to InvertService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass Transit7,000UnitsCYTotalNo. OfLoadsTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)4662068Trips n6 months50 to 804 to 646 to 7410 to 201 to 29 to 16Table F-4: Equipment Estimates for N/R Connection ExcavationEquipment TypeHydraulic All TerrainCrane (Struts)Crawler CraneHydraulic ExcavatorDozerDump TrucksWelding Machines(Strut Installation)Air Compressors forPavement BreakersPavement BreakersSizeEngineType50 TonDiesel1Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)150 Ton3.5 CY100 HPTandem Axle –15 CY35 HP DieselEngine800 iesel1150%1135%2135%DieselSizeHP36090 LbsTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration50%6 monthsTable F-5: Vehicle Estimates for N/R Connection ConstructionDelivery TypeConcreteReinforcing SteelStructural SteelInterior Fit-outService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitQuantity5,000900500UnitsCYTonsTonsTotal No. OfTruckloads500452540 to 8010 to 1530 to 356 to 102 to 34 to 7Page 2 of 12Trips f Daily Use7.9.6.461212EstimatedDuration6 months

Table F-6: Equipment Estimates for N/R Connection ConstructionEquipment TypeCrawler CraneHi-Lift (Forklift)Concrete PumpConcrete TrucksDiesel GeneratorsTractor TrailerWelding MachinesAir Compressor forImpact WrenchesImpact WrenchesSizeEngineTypeSizeHPTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration21Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)21200 Ton5 ton – 40 footboom150 CY/Hour – 100foot boom10 CY Tandem orTri-Axle100 HPTandem AxleTractor w/45 FootTrailer35 HP DieselEngine1600 CFMDieselDiesel45012090%90%6 25221190%5%Diesel352280%Diesel4602280%101080%1” Socket DriveStructural Box Work – TerminalIt is assumed that the South Ferry Terminal will be constructed by cut and cover excavation operation.The first operation will be to relocate all utility lines from the area in which the excavation support systemwill be constructed. A concrete retaining wall would be constructed by the slurry trench method ofconstruction using the panel method. The panel method allows an approximate 20-foot length of wall tobe excavated, steel reinforcement installed, and concrete tremie poured to complete the panel beforemoving to the next section. Panels can also be alternately skipped to allow continuous excavation whileplacing the reinforcing steel and concrete in the previous excavation. Construction will be performedwithin the footprint of the South Ferry Terminal with access to the site from Peter Minuit Plaza forremoval of spoils and delivery of materials. Street-level decking, supported from the excavation supportsystem, will be installed to maintain street traffic.Construction of the slurry wall at the South Ferry Terminal site will be performed from within thefootprint of the site. The percentage of use for concrete trucks and dump trucks are based on theapproximate waiting time and unloading/loading time on site only. Tables F-7 and F-8 provide estimatesfor the various construction activities and equipment associated with the structural box slurry wall.Table F-7: Vehicle Estimates for Terminal Slurry WallDelivery TypeSlurry Wall – ExcavationSlurry Wall – ConcreteSlurry Wall - RebarService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitQuantity18,35018,3502,100UnitsCYCYTonsTotal No.OfTruckloadsTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)1,2251,8351052230261020 to 304 to 616 to 244 to 61 to 23 to 4Page 3 of 12Trips ation6 Months

Table F-8: Equipment Estimates for Terminal Slurry WallEquipment TypeSizeSlurry Plant MixingPlantDesanding PlantCrawler Crane w/clamshellCrawler CraneHi-Lift (Forklift)Concrete PumpConcrete TrucksDump TrucksRubber Tire LoaderAir CompressorPavement Breakers100 m3 per hour –Diesel 50 HP100 m3 per hour –Diesel 50 HP100 Ton100 Ton5 ton 40 foot boom150 CY/Hour – 100foot boom10 Cubic YardTandem or Tri-Axle15 CY Tandem Axle3.5 CY800 CFM90 LbsEngineTypeSizeHPTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration1Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)1Diesel5090%6 elDiesel3251111281125%70%50%50%310After the completion of the slurry walls on either side of the terminal, cut and cover excavation willproceed to bring the excavation to the proposed invert grade. The entire width between the retainingwalls would be excavated to the proposed invert elevation of the subway terminal. Excavation would beslowed at intermediate levels to allow the installation of struts to brace the concrete retaining walls acrossthe excavation. Excavation work will be performed from within the cut and cover operation and shouldnot require any lane closings. As the excavation progresses, the spoils will be lifted to the surface in skipbox by crane, or trucked directly from the excavation. The percentage of use for dump trucks is based onthe approximate waiting time and loading time on site only. Tables F-9 and F-10 provide estimates forterminal excavation activities.Table F-9: Vehicle Estimates for Terminal ExcavationDelivery TypeExcavate to InvertService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitQuantity65,000UnitsCYTotal No.Of Loads4,35050 to 804 to 646 to 7410 to 201 to 29 to 16Page 4 of 12Trips per Day(PeakCalculation)4068Trips 20months

Table F-10: Equipment Estimates for Terminal ExcavationEquipment TypeSizeHydraulic All TerrainCrane (Struts)Crawler CraneHydraulic ExcavatorAir Track for Drilling &BlastingAir Compressors forDrilling & BlastingDozerDump TrucksWelding Machines(Strut Installation)Air Compressors forPavement BreakersPavement BreakersEngineTypeSizeHP50 TonDiesel1Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)150 Ton3.5 CY3” Diameter DrillDieselDiesel12412470%90%50%1200 CFMDiesel2250%100 HPTandem Axle –15 CY35 HP DieselEngine800 esel36090 Lbs.Trips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration50%20monthsThe South Ferry Terminal would be a two-level enclosure with tracks and platform at the lower level, andmezzanine and facility space at the upper level. The south end of the terminal will pass beneath theexisting two-track South Ferry loop and station, the excavation of which is covered under in the lastsection in this appendix. The approach tunnels will accommodate two tracks and will contain crossoversfor flexible routing of trains into and out of the terminal. The tunnel and terminal will be primarily ofreinforced concrete construction and will utilize the reinforced concrete slurry walls as a part of thepermanent construction. It is assumed that after excavation, a tunnel mud slab will be constructed ofreinforced concrete on which the track and platform structures will be constructed. It is also assumed thatthe top slab of the tunnels and terminal will also be of reinforced concrete construction. It is anticipatedthat the construction work will take place from within the footprint of the proposed subway tunnel andterminal; however storage and laydown areas will be required adjacent to both construction sites withinthe eastern part of Battery Park. The percentage of use for concrete trucks and dump trucks is based onthe approximate waiting time and loading time on site only. Tables F-11 and F-12 provide estimates forthe various construction activities and equipment associated with terminal tunnel construction.Table F-11: Vehicle Estimates for Terminal ConstructionDelivery TypeConcreteReinforcing SteelStructural SteelInterior Fit-outService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitQuantity5,000900500UnitsCYTonsTonsTotal No. OfTruckloads500452580 to 10016 to 2064 to 8010 to 152 to 38 to 12Page 5 of 12Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)414101616Percentageof Daily Use1.1.2.161212EstimatedDuration20 months

Table F-12: Equipment Estimates for Terminal ConstructionEquipment TypeCrawler CraneHi-Lift (Forklift)Concrete PumpConcrete TrucksDiesel GeneratorsTractor TrailerWelding MachinesAir Compressor forImpact WrenchesImpact WrenchesSizeEngineTypeSizeHPTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration21Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)21200 Ton5 ton – 40 footboom150 CY/Hour – 100foot boom10 CY Tandem orTri-Axle100 HPTandem AxleTractor w/45 FootTrailer35 HP DieselEngine1600 280%Diesel4602280%101080%1” Socket DriveStructural Box Work – Approach TunnelIt is assumed that the approach tunnel will all be constructed by cut and cover excavation. The firstoperation will be to relocate all utility lines from the area in which the excavation support system will beconstructed. A concrete retaining wall would be constructed by the slurry trench method of constructionusing the panel method. The panel method allows an approximate 20-foot length of wall to be excavated,steel reinforcement installed, and concrete tremie poured to complete the panel before moving to the nextsection. Panels can also be alternately skipped to allow continuous excavation while placing thereinforcing steel and concrete in the previous excavation.Construction will be performed within the footprint of the proposed subway tunnels with access to the sitefrom either Peter Minuit Plaza or Greenwich Street/Battery Place for removal of spoils and delivery ofmaterials. Soldier beam and lagging may be used for support of portions of the excavation at locationsalong Greenwich Street where the new subway tunnel connects to the existing tunnel.Construction of the slurry wall along the approach tunnel will be performed from within the footprint ofthe site. The percentage of use for concrete trucks and dump trucks are based on the approximate waitingtime and unloading/loading time on site only. Tables F-13 through F-18 provide estimates for the variousconstruction activities and equipment associated with tunnel construction.After the completion of the slurry walls on either side of new subway tunnel, cut and cover excavationwill proceed to bring the excavation to the proposed invert grade. The entire width between the retainingwalls would be excavated to the proposed invert elevation of the tunnel. Excavation would be slowed atintermediate levels to allow the installation of struts to brace the concrete retaining walls across theexcavation. It is assumed that struts would be installed to support temporary decking, just above theproposed tunnel and midway between the crown and invert of the proposed tunnel. It is assumed that theexcavation will be stepped, with a production rate of 4 vertical feet and 50 lineal feet per day.Excavation work will be performed from within the cut and cover operation and should not require anylane closings. As the excavation progresses, the spoils will be lifted to the surface in skip box by crane,Page 6 of 12

or trucked directly from the excavation. The percentage of use for dump trucks is based on theapproximate waiting time and loading time on site only.Table F-13: Vehicle Estimates for Approach Tunnel Slurry WallDelivery TypeQuantitySlurry Wall – Exc.Slurry Wall – Conc.Slurry Wall - RebarService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitUnits9,2009,2001,050CYCYTonsTotal No.OfTruckloadsTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)6109185211152610Trips ion3 Months20 to 304 to 616 to 244 to 61 to 23 to 4Table F-14: Equipment Estimates for Approach Tunnel Slurry WallEquipment TypeSlurry Plant MixingPlantDesanding PlantCrawler Crane w/clamshellCrawler CraneHi-Lift (Forklift)Concrete PumpConcrete TrucksDump TrucksRubber Tire LoaderAir CompressorPavement BreakersSize100 m3 per hour –Diesel 50 HP100 m3 per hour –Diesel 50 HP100 Ton100 Ton5 ton – 40 foot boom150 CY/Hour – 100foot boom10 CY Tandem orTri-Axle15 CY Tandem Axle3.5 CY800 CFM90 LbsEngineTypeSizeHPTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration1Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)1Diesel5090%3 elDiesel3251111281125%70%50%50%310Table F-15: Vehicle Estimates for Approach Tunnel ExcavationDelivery TypeExcavate to InvertService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitQuantity32,000UnitsCYTotal No.Of Loads2,17550 to 804 to 646 to 7410 to 201 to 29 to 16Page 7 of 12Trips per Day(PeakCalculation)4068Trips per Day(CumulativeCalculation)2046EstimatedDuration9 months

Table F-16: Equipment Estimates for Approach Tunnel ExcavationEquipment TypeSizeHydraulic All TerrainCrane (Struts)Crawler CraneHydraulic ExcavatorAir Track for Drilling &BlastingAir Compressors forDrilling & BlastingDozerDump TrucksWelding Machines(Strut Installation)Air Compressors forPavement BreakersPavement BreakersEngineTypeSizeHP50 TonDiesel1Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)150 Ton3.5 CY3” Diameter DrillDieselDiesel12412470%90%50%1200 CFMDiesel2250%100 HPTandem Axle –15 CY35 HP DieselEngine800 sel36090 Lbs.Trips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration50%9 monthsTable F-17: Vehicle Estimates for Approach Tunnel ConstructionDelivery TypeConcreteReinforcing SteelStructural SteelInterior Fit-outService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisory/QAArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitQuantity10,000900500UnitsCYTonsTonsTotal No. OfTruckloads1,000452540 to 8010 to 1530 to 356 to 102 to 34 to 7Page 8 of 12Trips f Daily Use9.30.42261212EstimatedDuration9 months

Table F-18: Equipment Estimates for Approach Tunnel ConstructionSizeEngineTypeSizeHPTrips perDay (PeakCalculation)Percentageof DailyUseEstimatedDuration21Trips perDay(CumulativeCalculation)21200 Ton5 ton – 40 footboom150 CY/Hour – 100foot boom10 Cubic YardTandem or Tri-Axle100 HPTandem AxleTractor w/45 FootTrailer35 HP DieselEngine1600 CFMDieselDiesel45012090%90%9 ent TypeCrawler CraneHi-Lift (Forklift)Concrete PumpConcrete TrucksDiesel GeneratorsTractor TrailerWelding MachinesAir Compressor forImpact WrenchesImpact Wrenches1” Socket DriveBellmouth and Fan PlantIt is assumed that the bellmouth and fan plant will be constructed by cut and cover excavation. The firstoperation will be to relocate all utilities from the area in which the excavation support system will beconstructed. A concrete retaining wall would be constructed by the slurry trench method of construction.Temporary street decking will be installed on the excavation support system to maintain traffic flow.Construction will be performed within the footprint of the bellmouth and fan plant, with access to the sitefrom Greenwich Street and Battery Place for removal of spoils and delivery of materials. Soldier beamand lagging may be used for support of portions of the excavation at locations along Greenwich Streetwhere the new subway tunnel will connect to the existing tunnel. Tables F-19 through F-21 provideestimates for the various construction activities associated with the bellmouth and fan plant.Table F-19: Vehicle Estimates for Bellmouth and Fan Plant Excavation and ConstructionDelivery TypeSpoil RemovalConcrete / SteelService/Utility /FuelSubcontractors Light TrucksConstruction WorkersArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitSupervisoryArriving by Personal VehicleArriving by Mass TransitQuantity1,0001,000UnitsCYCYTotal No.OfTruckloads47010015 to 203 to 412 to 163 to 81 to 22 to 6Page 9 of 12Trips perDay (PeakCalculation)84410Trips tion6 Months

Table F-20: Equipment Estimates for Bellmouth and Fan Plant ExcavationEquipment TypeHydraulic All TerrainCrane (Struts)Crawler CraneHydraulic ExcavatorDump TrucksWelding Machines (StrutInstallation)Air Compressors forPavement BreakersPavement BreakersSizeEngineType50 TonDieselQuantity(PeakCalculation)150 Ton3.5 CYTandem Axle –15 CY35 HP DieselEngine800 35%2235%DieselSizeHP36090 Lbs.Quantity(Cum.Calculation)1Percentageof DailyUse50%Duration6monthsTable F-21: Equipment Estimates for Bellmouth and Fan Plant ConstructionEquipment TypeCrawler CraneHi-Lift (Forklift)Concrete PumpConcrete TrucksDiesel GeneratorsTractor TrailerWelding MachinesAir Compressor forImpact WrenchesImpact ageof DailyUse90%90%50%200 Ton5 ton – 40 foot boom150 C

APPENDIX F ESTIMATES OF TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT QUANTITIES ASSOCIATED WITH CONSTRUCTION OF SOUTH FERRY TERMINAL PROJECT This appendix provides the detailed estimates of truck and equipment quantities associated with construction of the South Ferry Terminal Project. Estimates are provide