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    DDC is on a mission to increase New York City's use of recycled asphalt pavement from 30% to 100%. To reach this goal, we are working with one of the only hot mix asphalt plants in the country that produces this material. Learn more about what Associate Commissioner of Infrastructure, Dino Ng, refers to as black gold, adding, "Our material is completely green, cost effective, and locally sourced."

A Slide for the 2016 Consultants Open House

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    On July 20th, DDC hosted an open house to help the design, architecture and construction industries learn more about what opportunities available to them, and how to work more efficiently with the City. Consultants also learned more about upcoming projects at DDC and the type of professional services the agency will seek to procure in the coming year.

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    Fire Station Hook and Ladder Company No. 8 in Tribeca, best known for its appearance in the 1984 hit movie Ghostbusters, is being fully renovated under the supervision of senior project manager Amir Nossrati. “Once the top-to-bottom renovation is complete, the modern functionality of the building will provide a comfortable atmosphere to serve these brave people,” said DDC Commissioner Feniosky Peña-Mora.
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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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