O&G Industries was recently awarded a $3.1 million contract by the Connecticut Department of Transportation to upgrade Hartford’s Union Station. O&G, the General Contractor on the project is expected to complete the twelve-month project in April 2016.
The project involves constructing a new 260-foot long, high-level passenger platform and egress stair tower finished with new decking, decorative railings and ornamental metal fencing. Within the station, areas will be renovated to house new electrical and communications rooms. There will be significant upgrades to improve the customer experience including new exterior lighting, signage, public address and passenger information display systems. Security upgrades include emergency lighting and call boxes, video surveillance, fire alarms and bird control devices.
O&G is currently engaged in several building construction projects in the Greater Hartford area including work at the historic Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, High School construction projects in Rocky Hill and Wethersfield and the CREC Academy of Aerospace and Engineering in Windsor.
|Hi Res: Upper Platform at Union Station in Hartford, CT||1.3 MB|