Giving Back – Internship Program

INFOTRAN is pleased to provide the summer internship to engineering students each summer. We strongly believe in investing in our young professionals to create a better workforce in the future. Our internship program provides a hands-on and real-time experience of the industries. We assign our seasoned professionals to work closely with the interns based on the interest of the intern. During the internship period, each intern gets an opportunity to prepare and present a report to the senior management. Our team provides the learning experience that will prepare the young professional for tomorrow.

Working at INFOTRAN has taught me how to apply what I have learned in a classroom (or virtual classroom) into the real-world civil engineering environment. I have had the opportunity to learn much more through training in traffic/transportation engineering and construction and project management, acquiring new software skills, and communication skills. I have grown professionally under the mentorship of a great team at INFOTRAN.”Julissa Hernandez.

This year’s young professionals are Elias Bakhtiar, Julissa Hernandez, and Suchay Uttara. All three young professionals graduated from NJIT with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.  INFOTRAN congratulates these graduates and all the graduates around the country, wishing them the best!

Project of the Year & Honorable Mention Awards

We are very excited to announce that one of our NYCHA projects was selected for “Project of the Year & Honorable Mention Awards, Category: 2019, $25-$100 million.” InfoTran was part of the STV team as a sub-consultant. Our team provided construction management as agent services to NYCHA for Smith Houses.

Alfred E. Smith Houses is a public housing development built by NYCHA in the Two Bridges neighborhood of the Lower East Side of Manhattan. There are 12 buildings in the complex; all are 17 stories tall. It covers 21.75 acres, has 1,931 apartments, and houses an estimated 5,739 people.

Congratulations to InfoTran’s team!

207th Street Yard

INFOTRAN as a subconsultant is providing Consultant Construction Management (CCM) services for the rehabilitation and resiliency of the 207th Street Yard that was severely damaged during Superstorm Sandy.
Due to the relatively low elevations of the yard, the high-water level of the Harlem River during Superstorm Sandy backed up through the drainage system and resulted in flood waters inundating the eastern half of the yard. Water flowed from the yard through the tunnel portal into the subway system, requiring significant repairs of the yard and subway line.
This project both rehabilitates damaged equipment and seeks to protect the yard from future storm events. Our team is providing Mechanical Inspection, Environmental Engineering, and Cost Estimation services to the prime.

Hudson Line and Brewster Substations

INFOTRAN Engineers & Inspectors are working on Power/Communication and Signals Infrastructure Improvements as part of Sandy Restoration efforts along Hudson Line Substations and Brewster Substations in the boroughs of Bronx and Manhattan and Westchester county.
The scope of work includes performing special and condition assessment inspections, an inspection of power line and C&S system relocation to above 100-year flood levels, site surveys and evaluations, damage evaluation of structures and faulty systems, cost estimates and specifications for urgent repairs and miscellaneous construction and scope development services for various projects.

Recently awarded PANYNJ contract

INFOTRAN was recently awarded the PANYNJ contract for Performance of Expert Professional PATH logistics planning, constructability review, and management of third-party agreements services (SBE) as requested on a “Call-In” basis during 2020-2025.
We look forward to working with PANYNJ on this exciting contract!

Permanent Housing Construction (PHC)

InfoTran Engineers, P.C. just wrapped up Permanent Housing Construction (PHC) in Saipan, Northern Marianas Islands in the Pacific Ocean.
• On October 24, 2018, Super Typhoon Yutu, the strongest typhoon to impact the Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI) on record caused catastrophic damage to the islands of Saipan and Tinian.
• The scope included the construction of eligible PHC applicants’ 1, 2, and 3-bedroom homes utilizing the architectural and engineering (A&E) drawings developed by USACE for FEMA in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and Local laws, building codes and standards.
• InfoTran was responsible for providing Engineering Oversight and Quality Assurance. The unique challenges encountered included unavailability of materials due to the remoteness of the island and disruption caused by Covid-19.