Hudson River Park

New York, NY

 

Project Type

Infrastructure

 

Client

Hudson River Park Trust

 

Landscape Architect

Abel Bainnson Butz, LLP

 

Project Scope

In the 1990s, DGA collaborated with the joint venture team led by landscape architects Quennell Rothschild and Mathews Nielsen to develop a comprehensive master plan that later guided the ultimate design and construction of Hudson River Park, a 550-acre, 4.5-mile-long park along Manhattan's west side waterfront (parallel to Route 9A). The park's conceptual plan included an esplanade with continuous access to the water's edge; 13 public piers; park upland; various sports/recreation areas; art/performance spaces; and ecology/history educational areas. Our scope of work included the development of design and detailing of a new family of light pole standards for the park (TBTA pole). Our efforts also included the creation of lighting design criteria and computer generated lighting analyses. As a related subsequent effort, 2003 saw DGA's completion of a 6-year, $46 million effort to develop the first portion (Segment 4) of the new Hudson River Park with ABB Landscape Architects. This effort addressed a 3,300 ft. exposure of waterfront covering more than 9 acres parallel to Greenwich Village.

 

Awards 
2003 GE Edison Lighting Award of Merit

2000 Greater NY Construction User Council: Construction Excellence In a Public Facility

2003 NY Construction: Site & Planning Project of Year

2003 NY Construction: Landscape Project of Year

2003 ASLA NY Chapter: Merit Award

2004 Urban Waterfront Center: Excellence in Waterfront Design

2004 ACEC NY: Engineering Excellence Award

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