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PATH station. This project entailed coordination with nearby commercial property owners, PATH-PANYNJ, NJTransit and other regulatory agencies. Work included detailed survey, environmental investigation and mitigation, design of the tunnel, including analysis of “cut and cover” versus boring construction for the tunnel, inclusion of the Arts in Transit program and construction assistance.
Metro-North Station Rehabilitation of Five Stations on the New Haven Line, New York Project Manager responsible for the design effort, including historical conservation, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility, site design, architecture, structural, mechanical, electrical, catenary work, and all other disciplines required at each station.
Weehawken Tunnel, Weehawken, New Jersey Project Manager responsible for expediting design changes for the rehabilitation of the Weehawken Tunnel as part of the expansion of the Hudson Bergen Light Rail Project. The Tunnel was originally built in 1881-3, and is being rehabilitated to provide an alignment for the light rail as well as to provide a mid tunnel light rail station. The existing tunnel is being widened to provide double tracks and vertical shafts are being constructed to provide passenger movements as well as ventilation.
Northern Bus Maintenance Facility, New Jersey Project Manager for the design and construction of a new 265,000 S.F. bus maintenance facility for NJ Transit’s Northern Bus Fleet. This project scope included property acquisition assistance, public outreach, environmental investigations, environmental assessment report and public meetings, surveying, full design services including industrial design and construction phase assistance.
Hamilton Transit Multimodal Complex, Central, New Jersey Prior to joining Parsons Brinkerhoff, Deputy Project Manager of a project that combines, on the same site, a new bus maintenance and storage facility with a new commuter rail station with significant automobile parking. The facility is located along the Northeast Corridor, the most heavily traveled passenger rail corridor in the U.S
First Avenue Station, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Prior to joining Parsons Brinkerhoff, Project Manager for the concept design phase for insertion of a new light rail transit (LRT) station at the entry to downtown Pittsburgh. The concept phase included analysis of the impacts on operating systems, signals, station dwells, the integration of future lines, rail configuration, and coordination with public and private development of adjacent urban sites.
MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES with DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK AND COMPANY