As many people who travel via the F and G train in Brooklyn already know, the Culver Viaduct has been in the middle of a major construction project for years now. We understand that it is a necessary rehabilitation project on an aged infrastructure. What we don’t understand is this:
Don’t get us wrong, we understand that the top portion of the building at the 4th Avenue F/G portion of the station was just demolished within the past few weeks.
We don’t understand is why it was recently demolished. It was just demolished and then rebuilt last year. We even have the before and after photo of it that we published in June 2011.
So we have to wonder… Was there no oversight the first time around and the building was rebuilt incorrectly? Or is there no oversight now and the MTA is merely getting ripped off (as they are prone to) and having the same job being done twice at a ridiculous price?