About the Project
LiRo provided full architectural and engineering services and construction management for the park-wide restoration efforts of the 550-acre Hudson River Park following Superstorm Sandy flooding damages. Hudson River Park Trust’s renovation projects spanned from Pier 96 to Pier 25, including Pier 40 – the largest pier in the park occupying over 14-acres. The main project included removal, replacement, and relocation of damaged electrical switchgear, mechanical HVAC equipment, fire sprinkler/ fire alarm equipment, and plumbing equipment to mitigate and minimize potential for future flood damages. The scope of work also included lighting and feeder replacement. LiRo designed, procured, and managed 15 construction projects in parallel to quickly bring this park back to life.