Disaster Recovery

NYS GOSR Professional Services for CDBG-DR Project Coordinators

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Client:

Hunt, Guillot & Assoc., LLC (HGA)

Owner:

NYS Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery

Location:

Various locations, New York State

Cost:

$25,000,000

Services:

Project/Program Management

Technical Consulting

Engineering support

The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) is utilizing flexible funding made available by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR). Approximately $1 billion of funding is being directed to Infrastructure and NY Rising (Community) Resiliency Projects. GOSR administers CDBG-DR funded programs and projects through a variety of organizations and municipalities under grant sub-recipient agreements.

GOSR selected the HGA Team for its demonstrated experience managing CDBG-DR funds and providing project management expertise to coordinate, plan, manage, and implement a variety of programs and projects. The projects include infrastructure and local community-driven disaster recovery projects throughout the Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Irene/Lee affected areas. The contract is state-funded and reports to GOSR, but works directly with communities, sub-recipients, and other contractors and vendors to support the administration of the CDBG-DR Infrastructure and Local Government and New York Rising Community Reconstruction Programs.

In addition to project management and coordination activities, the HGA Team is responsible for ensuring that program and project activities are in compliance with HUD regulations and are completed within federal funding timeframes as stipulated in the grant award. As part of the HGA team, CSA is providing Architecture and Engineering Subject Matter Experts for the A/E technical expertise needed to develop applications pertaining to energy, transportation, water/waste water treatment projects. The technical staff reviews cost estimates to determine they are reasonable and support project applications and proposed design effort.

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