Project
World Trade Center - Transportation Hub
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Santiago Calatrava
Client: Downtown Design Partnership and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Services: Energy
Green
Property: Transportation
LEED: WTC Sustainable Design Guidelines
Size:

777,000

Vidaris professionals have been performing energy efficiency and green consulting in support of the design of the permanent PATH Terminal at the World Trade Center site in Manhattan.  The new terminal will be a hub for trains to New Jersey and subways in Manhattan, and will also provide pedestrians connections to buildings and to a ferry.  The terminal is designed by Santiago Calatrava, with Downtown Design Partnership (DDP) as AOR and MEP engineer (with JB&B collaboration in earlier MEP phases), and with the Port Authority also contributing to the design documents.