Maxwell House Site Development

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Project Overview: 
McLaren is working with P.T. Maxwell, LLC on converting the former Maxwell House coffee industrial site to a planned residential mixed-use development along the Hudson River. This waterfront community is designed to preserve views and maximize open space in accordance with NJDEP’s Hudson River Waterfront Walkway (HRWW) guidelines. The main project challenges include inspection and assessment of existing structures, stabilization of the shoreline, repair of dilapidated piers, permitting for emergency fire access and dock, maintaining view corridor, and providing access to the river.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren is providing site/civil, infrastructure, and marine engineering services. This includes construction documents of demolition, and reconstruction of the existing pier and platforms, utilities, and roadway design. McLaren has prepared the permits for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Waterfront Development, Boat Launch and Treatment Works Authority, the North Hudson Sewer Authority, City Planning Board, and Soil Erosion Approval.
Service: 
Site/Civil Engineering
Service: 
Marine Engineering
Service: 
Permitting
Service: 
Design
Service: 
Construction Administration
Location: 
Hoboken, New Jersey
Client: 
P.T. Maxwell, LLC
Project Type: 
Site Development
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
1999-2010
Construction Cost: 
$500,000,000
Image: 
19a - Maxwell House Sketch (1).jpg
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19b - Maxwell House Sketch (2).jpg

Location
Hoboken, New Jersey

Client
P.T. Maxwell, LLC

Our Role
Prime
Project Type
Site Development

Contract Period
1999-2010

Construction Cost
$500,000,000
Services
Site/Civil Engineering
Marine Engineering
Permitting
Design
Construction Administration