St. George Intermodal Terminal

The original St. George Intermodal Terminal was built to accommodate bus, car and rail connection to the Terminal and process commuters to the ferry. One of the project goals during renovation was to enhance the commuter experience and realize the facility’s entrance to Staten Island. The design team also paid particular attention to LEED criteria, and included sustainable design strategies such as a living roof, water recycling and recycled building materials.

VDA provided full consulting services for the addition of a new passenger elevator in the North Core, a new service elevator at the Main West Entrance, and a new escalator and a passenger elevator at the South entrance. The $130 million project was completed in May 2006.

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Project Info

Service Type

New Construction, Maintenance Quality Control Evaluation

Client

HOK

Project Type

Featured Projects, Transportation

Equipment Type

Elevators, Escalators

Location

Staten Island, NY

Completion Year

2006

Cost

$130 Million

Key Personnel

Hakan Tanyeri Exec. Vice President/Principal

Contact Info