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    New York City has an extensive network of streets, water mains, and sewers. We build and upgrade this system, while also taking care of streets, retaining walls, pedestrian bridges, and plazas. Find out more about our Infrastructure Division.

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    The $55 million project, which was completed in December 2016 by DDC for the NYC Department of Transportation (DOT), also received a 2017 Design Merit Award from the New York chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). The award was presented April 6th to the design team from Snøhetta at the Center for Architecture in Greenwich Village in Manhattan.
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    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. 
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    DDC is celebrating twenty years of building a strong, sustainable New York City. Begun in 1996 as a way for the City to efficiently manage the design and construction of most public buildings and infrastructure, our agency has grown into a worldwide leader in design and construction management. It’s a milestone we are privileged to achieve, and we look forward to more years of service.
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