Renovation for Penn Station and Farley Building Starts


Posted on 2017-09-19 Author:LIYUCSF


It is reported that a famous American construction group will undertake the renovation project of James A. Farley Post Office Building and Penn Station in New York City. The $1.26 billion revamp incorporates a new 24,000-square-meter (255,000-square-foot) Moynihan Train Hall, a conversion of an original, century-old US. Postal Service mail sorting room and incorporate 120,000 sqm of transit, commercial and retail space.


                               


Featuring a new glass canopy roof and skylight, in addition to providing access to all platforms serving the Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak, the Train Hall will improve access for Pennsylvania Station’s 650,000 commuters which utilise the service daily, with a new 23,700 metre square concourse.


                               


Originally revealed by New York state governor Andrew Cuomo, the development also incorporates approximately 120,000 gross square meters (1.3M square feet) of transit, retail and commercial office space, in addition to structural, architectural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing improvements. Work is underway with completion targeted for December 2022. 


                               



Source:skanska




It is reported that a famous American construction group will undertake the renovation project of James A. Farley Post Office Building and Penn Station in New York City. The $1.26 billion revamp incorporates a new 24,000-square-meter (255,000-square-foot) Moynihan Train Hall, a conversion of an original, century-old US. Postal Service mail sorting room and incorporate 120,000 sqm of transit, commercial and retail space.


                               


Featuring a new glass canopy roof and skylight, in addition to providing access to all platforms serving the Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak, the Train Hall will improve access for Pennsylvania Station’s 650,000 commuters which utilise the service daily, with a new 23,700 metre square concourse.


                               


Originally revealed by New York state governor Andrew Cuomo, the development also incorporates approximately 120,000 gross square meters (1.3M square feet) of transit, retail and commercial office space, in addition to structural, architectural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing improvements. Work is underway with completion targeted for December 2022. 


                               



Source:skanska