Project Highlights

In many neighborhoods along the southern shore of Staten Island, private development has historically outpaced the installation of the necessary critical infrastructure like storm sewers. This has resulted in inadequate local infrastructure to serve neighborhood needs, which has caused substantial street and property flooding during rain and storm events, including during Hurricane Sandy. The reconstructed streets and new infrastructure serve to reduce flooding, improve drainage, and allow the neighborhood to recover more quickly from major storm events.

Restani completed the multi-disciplinary project by tapping into our various expertise in roadway construction, utility work and water works. As a result, the project was completed on time, on budget and with minimal disruption to traffic.


Staten Island, New York City


NYC Department of Design and Construction


2016 – 2020


  • Reconstruction of approximately 23,232 linear feet (4.4 miles) of streets
  • Reconstruction of new curbs and sidewalks
  • Installation of street lighting
  • Widening of the streets to accommodate the proposed design improvements
  • Installation of 2.7 miles of new storm sewers
  • Installation of 2.7 miles of replacement sanitary sewers
  • Installation of 3.0 miles of replacement water mains
  • Traffic Signal Work