The New York City Department of Transportation (‘NYDOT’) oversees one of the most complex urban transportation networks in the world. If it were a private sector organization, it would be considered a large enterprise company. The amount of infrastructure it manages is equally impressive, with over 5,000 employees, 6,000 miles of streets and highways, 12,000 miles of sidewalk, and 794 bridges and tunnels.
Keeping the infrastructure maintained and running requires hundreds of ongoing projects. There is a constant need to look for innovative ways to accelerate construction and repairs for the millions of citizens who rely on this framework every day, without compromising on quality.
Nadler Modular is very proud to have a long-standing relationship with the NYDOT, spanning numerous modular construction projects that have varied greatly by size, purpose, and complexity, over the years.
“Nadler is honored to continue serving the NYDOT in support of its different requirements for high-quality, cost-effective, and flexible modular building solutions,” said Steve Mueller, VP Nadler Modular. “Most of our Nadler team resides in the New York area, so it’s extra special to help support the growth of our city.”
The latest Nadler Modular NYDOT project spans multiple locations across different New York boroughs, including Manhattan, Long Island, Brooklyn, and Staten Island. The modular structures vary in purpose and size and include staff office space, locker rooms and shower areas, and bathroom facilities.
Nadler Modular has been recognized by the State of New York as an official Minority Business Enterprise (‘MBE’), a designation offered by the New York State Department of Economic Development. Nadler Modular has also been recognized by the Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development (DMWBD) and is a certified Minority Owned Business Enterprise by the States of New York and New Jersey.