Hoboken Ferry Terminal

Historic Hoboken Ferry Terminal
Project Overview: 
Restoration of the terminal slips and historic building to active maritime service.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren provided professional engineering design (preparation of permit documents, detailed inspections of existing structures, surveying, preliminary and final design) and construction assistance services associated with Phases II and III of the Rehabilitation and Redevelopment of the Hoboken Terminal and Yard Complex. Phase II Services included the superstructure and substructure repairs which included demolition of the Finger Piers along with the Fender Racks, coring of holes through decking, driving of new steel piles, placing or new pier caps, fastening of existing steel to new pier caps, River Façade Copper replacement and lighting, clock tower design build, new trash compactor, substructure and superstructure framing repairs. Phase III Services included the stabilization of the existing ferry terminal foundation and superstructure, update design of the ferry docking systems and mechanized ramps to conform to the latest PANYNJ standards and used by current ferry operators. McLaren provided design of a pile anchorage system for a replacement marina dock layout, as well as assisted with the development of a floating wave attenuator layout arrangement and anchorage design to protect the marina. In addition, McLaren performed a wind and wave analysis.
Service: 
Marine Engineering
Service: 
Anchorage Design Services
Service: 
Permit Preparation
Location: 
Hoboken, New Jersey
Client: 
NJ Transit / STV
Project Type: 
Marine Engineering
Role: 
Sub-consultant
Contract Period: 
2002-2011
Construction Cost: 
$300,000,000
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Location
Hoboken, New Jersey

Client
NJ Transit / STV

Our Role
Sub-consultant
Project Type
Marine Engineering

Contract Period
2002-2011

Construction Cost
$300,000,000
Services
Marine Engineering
Anchorage Design Services
Permit Preparation