[Printed journal page number:] 151
||Automotive Service and Repair Shop
-- Departmental Warehouse
||Shore Protection, Roads and Utilities
||Supplementary Housing and Service Facilities
C-95 (now in design stage by Brown, Guenther,
Battaglia, Galvin, Architects
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Completion of these new facilities will greatly relieve the overcrowded conditions presently being felt throughout the City.
This coupled with the easy accessibility offered by the new bridle for the, Island's visitors and the abundance of greenery around the new facilities should go a long way towards creating a more pleasant environment.
My involvement for the past ten years in the Island's 100-million. dollars worth of construction projects has been characterized by moments of anxiety as a project started to rise out of the ground and the indescribable satisfaction of lazing upon the finished product.
But maybe even more important is the education I received by virtue
of this association.
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RIKERS ISLAND PROJECT SUMMARY (1)|
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RIKERS ISLAND PROJECT SUMMARY (2)
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