Hudson Meridian

Hudson Meridian Construction Group (Hudson Meridian) is one of the leading north east construction services firms, offering a unique combination of construction expertise to private and public sector owners. As construction services specialists, Hudson Meridian’s staff possess the skill to perform as Construction Managers, Program Managers, and General Contractors to serve the specific needs of our clients.

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New York City Economic Development Corporation

New York City Economic Development Corporation

Fulton Nassau Crossroads Corridor Revitalization: $20M
the $20M Fulton Nassau Crossroads program – a key component of the City’s effort to revitalize Lower Manhattan. The program’s goal was to create a more enjoyable 21st Century experience for visitors, workers and residents, while amplifying the beauty of some of New York’s most historic architecture. The design created simple, well-designed storefronts while improving their openness and transparency, preserving the historic character of the neighborhood’s buildings when possible, and highlighting the uniqueness and diversity of the corridor. It was designed to be Lower Manhattan’s place for residents, workers, and tourists to stop and shop and is located between the South Street Seaport and the World Trade Center.

College Point – 15th St. Streetscapes: $500K in upgrades
Hunt’s Produce Market: $4.4M
Gansevoort Meat Market Chiller Plant Relocation: $2.4M
125st Parking Garage: $500K
Waterfront On Call Contract – $135 M
Local Law 68 Upgrades to NYC Ferry Landings ($14M)
Fulton Ferry Landing ($250K)
W. 23rd St. Bulkhead (still looking for a value on this one)
Rockaway Park Bulkhead ($6.6M)
Randall’s Island NYPD Launch Repair: $7.3M
College Point Harbor George NYPD Marina: $6.2M
Arthur Kill Lift Bridge: $8.8M
E. 34th St. Heliport & Waterclub Substructure ($650K)
Downtown Manhattan Heliport – Pier 6: $3.5M
Pier 11 Capital Improvements: $3M
Pier 16 Substructure Rehabilitation: $1.7M
Pier 35-36 Rehabilitation: $18.5M
Homeport Pier Rehabilitation: $1.925M
Site A NYPD: $27M
216th St. Harlem River Bank Stabilization: $2.2M

East River Ferry Landings: $25M
The project included the construction of a new timber pier, construction of a new precast concrete pier, rehabilitation of existing docking facilities, and the construction and/or renovation of five new floating platforms. Site amenities included the construction of a new ticket booth building, an upland waterfront esplanade park, a new express bus stop, and an interior waiting area in a historic building.

NYCEDC Citywide Facilities Management Contract: $100M
1680 Lexington Ave. ($1.25M)
OWN Charter School Project
La Marqueta Commercial Incubator Kitchen (Building 4): $1.5 M
La Marqueta Incubator Kitchen (Building 3): $2 M
South Street Seaport Complex: $1.4M

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