NPS Mclintock Sidewalk Replacement

Oyster Bay, New York

Project Overview

MFS Construction, LLC (MFS) was contracted by the National Park Service (NPS) to provide all the labor, equipment, material, and supervision necessary to complete the construction services required to replace the sidewalk at the McClintock/Young Homes, Women’s Rights National Historic Park located in Waterloo, New York.

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Oyster Bay, New York

Project Details

The project consisted of the replacement of 161.5 linear feet of concrete (fiber and steel mesh). The sidewalk dimension was 5 feet wide and 4 inches thick. The roots growing under the sidewalk needed to be removed to lay the sidewalk flat for accessibility and safety reasons. All seams were done with an edger and grooving trowel. Backfill along sidewalk edging with topsoil/seeding (fescue). Expansion joints every fifteen feet.

MFS’ primary role for this project was to:

• Prior to work, a site visit was conducted to evaluate the complexity of the work to be performed

• Provide an onsite superintendent for the duration of the project

• Attend a safety briefing and the park rules and regulations briefing

• Verify all measurements and quantities

• Responsible for the disposal of all waste generated and dispose of offsite to a certified land fill.

• Provide copies of all landfill waste manifest sheets for the parks sustainable practices report at the completion of the project so the park can report the amount of waste that was generated

• Provide on-site safety manual or safety plan

• Responsible for determining the need for and obtaining all necessary permits


  • Owner:
    National Park Service

Services Provided

  • MFS provides materials, labor, equipment, and services necessary for the construction of a project and hires specialized subcontractors to perform specific duties as needed.