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    In 2014, we completed renovations at Washington Square Park, and subsequently George’s Dog Run. “Washington Square Park is one of New York’s best-known public spaces. The new comfort stations, play areas, dog run, and maintenance facilities will support all of the park’s many uses for generations to come,” said DDC Commissioner Peña-Mora. Join Quincy for an adventure that brings us to George’s Dog Run!

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    South Bronx residents near Southern Boulevard will soon benefit from a $46 million infrastructure project that will replace sewers and 19th century cast iron water mains while reconstructing the street with new sidewalks, curbs, lighting and more. The project includes more than 39,300 feet of sewer and water main upgrades for several streets in the area.
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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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