Pierson Park Shoreline Stabilization

Pierson Park Shoreline
Project Overview: 
Pierson Park in Tarrytown sits on the Hudson River just north of the Tappan Zee Bridge in Westchester County and offers picnic areas, tennis, bocce and basketball courts, and a playground area to the public. The Village of Tarrytown retained the services of McLaren to inspect the existing stone riprap slope along the boundary line between Pierson Park and the Hudson River. This Project won the 2011 Ward House Small Project of the Year Award; given by American Society of Civil Engineers, Lower Hudson Valley Branch.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren inspected and assessed the stone rip-rap as well as evaluated soil conditions, is designing shoreline stabilization improvements, preparing cost analysis and contract documents, and securing all necessary permits. McLaren investigated several alternatives for improving the rip-rap slope, taking into consideration cost efficiency and value engineering.
Service: 
Underwater Inspection
Service: 
Above Water Inspection
Service: 
Shoreline Stabilization Design
Service: 
Permitting
Service: 
Construction Administration
Location: 
Tarrytown, New York
Client: 
Village of Tarrytown
Project Type: 
Shoreline Stabilization
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2006-2008
Construction Cost: 
N/A
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Location
Tarrytown, New York

Client
Village of Tarrytown

Our Role
Prime
Project Type
Shoreline Stabilization

Contract Period
2006-2008

Construction Cost
N/A
Services
Underwater Inspection
Above Water Inspection
Shoreline Stabilization Design
Permitting
Construction Administration