PIER 40

PROJECT INFORMATION

Pier 40 was established through the Hudson River Park Act of 1998. The Hudson River Park Trust, which includes Pier 40, is a partnership between both the City and State of New York to help develop a 4 mile stretch on the West side, waterfront of Manhattan.

HOW WE HELPED PIER 40

 New York Engineers help to rehabilitate the Sprinkler System on Pier 40, by means boroscope inspection, ultrasonic testing, and corrosion analysis-which will help to save approximately 70% of piping for re-use. New York Engineers also plans to extend life of the pipe with annual corrosion flushing, all while maintaining full access to the pier.

Location
New York, NY
Client
Hudson River Park Trust
Architect
Goshow Architects
Area
900,000 ft2

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