Brooklyn is New York City’s most populous borough with a population of more than 2.6 million people. Since 1996, the Department of Design and Construction has contributed to its growth and revitalization, completing 809 public building projects and 250 infrastructure projects. Check out DDC’s past and current projects in the borough in our latest feature!
The Jamaica Avenue resurfacing project is part of Mayor de Blasio’s ten-year investment of $1.6 billion in street repaving that has led to a more than 50-percent decline in the number of potholes across the City.
Design and Construction Excellence 2.0 (DCE 2.0) is a program that reaffirms and extends our commitment to delivering innovative public buildings and infrastructure of the highest quality. Partnerships with creative design and construction professionals enables DDC to strengthen thriving neighborhoods, bolster economic growth and create jobs.