Project Name: Hoboken Terminal Structural Repairs & Plaza Facade Stabilization
Project Address: Hoboken, NJ
Project Contract Amount:


Proj. Exec./Director of Construction: Scott V. Hall
Project Manager: Conrad F. Hall, Jr.
Superintendent: George Bender
Owner's Name/Contact Person:

New Jersey Transit Corp. - Mr. Jason Wormeck

Owner's Address: One Penn Plaza East, Newark, NJ
Owner's Phone/Fax Numbers: Phone: 973-491-8506Fax: 973-491-7024
Construction Mgr./Contact Person:

Tishman Construction Company - Mr. Randy Doliber

Construction Mgr. Address:

299 Observer Highway, PO Box 1404, Hoboken, NJ

Construction Mgr. Phone/Fax:

Phone: 201-222-6400 / Fax: 201-222-3335

Architect's Name:

Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers

Architect's Address: New York, NY
Architect's Phone Number: Mr. Gregg Piazza; Phone: (917) 339-9300

Description of Project:

  • Rehabilitation of deteriorated foundations for major transportation rail/ferry complex
  • Drive 11,500 lf of new steel/concrete filled piles
  • Re-build deteriorated concrete foundations
  • Replace spalled concrete/extensive spall repairs
  • Remove northwall of concourse and rebuild
  • Lead abate structural steel / Asbestos abatement of steam pipe insulation
  • Selective Demolition (extensive)
  • Re-support column transfer steel
  • Construct new steel cribbing
  • New structural steel and steel rehabilitation
  • Construction of new pile caps
  • Core drill pilot holes for new piles
  • Grout piles
  • Extensive excavation and backfilling for foundation work - waterside
  • Extensive sub-structure beam and girder repair
  • Replace wood and copper facades
  • Restore structural steel / column re-support
  • Install copper roofing and ornamental flashings
  • Install new roof drainage system at canopies
  • Paint all steel elements
  • Precast concrete
  • Relocate crew quarters / build out space with new finishes
  • Monitor & survey construction work for settlement
  • Project performed without interruption to Owner's operations
  • Work includes coordination with tides/currents since much of the work is performed under the structure, in the water.