Penn Station Redevelopment

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PENN STATION REDEVELOPMENT

PACOTECH™ participated on the initial New York Pennsylvania Station Redevelopment effort. The scope of work included refurbishing the service building, the relocation of Amtrak passenger handling and consumer services to a readapted historic landmark US Postal Service facility known as the James A. Farley Building, and the rehabilitation of the existing Penn Station. This project required special attention to the ADA element in the adaptive reuse of this historic building.

PACOTECH™, on a team headed by O’Brien Kreitzberg with Beyer Blinder, Belle and TAMS, led the development of a Total Project Budget, Construction Estimate and Schedule, and alternative financing/ownership and project delivery strategies. In addition, PACO coordinated and led a Value Engineering Workshop that enhanced private project development opportunities.

Agency:
Penn Station Redevelopment Corporation
New York, NY

Client:
O’Brien Kreitzberg (now AECOM) with Beyer, Blinder, Belle, and TAMS Consultants

Project Value:
$3 Billion

Contract Value:
$35,000

Project Period:
1996 – 2000

Contact/Reference:
Alex Washburn
Former President, Penn Station Redevelopment Corporation
E-mail: press.washburn@gmail.com

Services Provided:
Project Development/Delivery
Project Budget Development
Cost Management
Schedule Engineering
Risk Analysis
Value Engineering
Retail & Mixed Use
Development Workshops

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