The Highline is a 1.45-mile-long abandoned elevated rail structure on Manhattan's West Side. It was built in the 1930s to remove dangerous trains from Manhattan's streets. No trains have run on it since 1980. The project's mission is to restore the structure for reuse as an elevated public open space. Construction began in spring 2006.  Kiska Construction is the general contractor involved in the first two phases of construction, which extend form Grove Street north to 15th Street.

With the completion of the electrical work by Smalls Electrical, the flick of a switch casts the Highline into serenity at night…Paths become illuminated and picturesque, and the calming blue from the Blaichman Tunnel beckons one in. The lighting adds bold character to the park and highlights the beauty that hovers just above ground. So the next time you visit the Meat Packing District in Manhattan, visit the Highline; let the scene lighten you and then tell everyone that Smalls Electrical sent you.

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