This $2 billion project was designed by world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava to serve as a source of inspiration for the heroes, survivors, and families of September 11, as well as for those who live and work in and visit Lower Manhattan. This terminal will serve more than 80,000 passengers and will significantly improve pedestrian access to ferry and subway lines.
PMA performed cost and schedule risk assessments by facilitating interactive planning sessions, analyzing cost estimate and schedule data, and by performing a Primavera Monte Carlo risk analysis. PMA also completed a cost estimate at the 50% preliminary engineering phase for the architectural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing trades. Additionally, PMA prepared a value engineering study for the project.