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Yankee Stadium Demolition
Begun in March 2009, this piece by piece disassembly of the entire stadium is aided by the construction waste removal provided by Citywide. This long term ongoing project, being handled by LJC Dismantling, is also being filmed by National Geographic for a future documentary. This undertaking is expected to be completed in late 2010.

One Bryant Park
Designed by Cook + Fox Architects and currently under construction, the Bank of America tower is a $1 billion skyscaper currently under construction in Midtown Manhattan. It is designed to be one of the most efficient and ecologically friendly buildings in the world. It's current expected date of completion is 2009. Citywide Container Service has been involved in this project from the beginning in 2004 providing container service and waste transportation throughout the entire project as well as waste management planning and LEED reporting for recycled materials, from demolition to construction, all while maintaining ecologically sound practices which are at the heart of this manificent venture. This building is the first in New York City to receive a Plantinum LEED rating.

Bank Of America Building
Freedom Tower-World Trade Center
Freedom Tower
Also called One World Trade Center, this project began in 2008 by the Port Authority with design by the architect David Childs. This new construction will utilize ultra-clear glass to maximize the use of natural daylight to illuminate the interior and a rainwater recycling system to cut down on water comsumption. With the help of Citywide to maintain green standard of construction, this building is on track to Gold LEED certification.

New Goldman Sachs Headquarters

In 2005, ground was broken on the new headquarters. The 43-story tower, which is expected to open in late 2009, will provide room for more than 9,000 employees in 2.1 million square feet of office space. Designed by Henry Cobb of PeiCobb Freed & Partners, this steel and glass tower will encorporate environmentally sustainable features and the latest green building technologies which include use of ultra low sulfur diesel fuel. Citywide provided the containers to make this construction possible as well as the waste management plan and LEED reporting for recycled materials. Because of all parties involved and their continuing commitment to green building, this project is anticipated to earn a LEED Gold certification.

Goldman Sachs Headquarters
JFK International Airport JetBlue Terminal
Begun in 2003, this new hub of transportation located at Terminal 5 in JFK International Airport is being designed with efficiency in mind. Green practices will be incorporated as well with the use of natural light and limited lighting fixtures to cut down on electrical costs. With the help of Citywide to haul away all the construction waste as well as the report on all recycled material, this new terminal will provide transportation for more than twice the number of JetBlue customer currently using JFK and is expected to service more than 20 million passengers in the first year. This projected is expected to be completed in late 2009.

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