Walkway Over the Hudson arranged luminaries to say THANK YOU to everyone going to exceptional lengths to keep people healthy and society functioning in the Hudson Valley and across the nation. McLaren is happy to have helped build this New York State historic park that spans between Poughkeepsie, NY and Highland, NY and continues to be a transformative space for its community. Originally built in 1889, this once railroad bridge, called the great connector, opened as State Park in 2009. McLaren performed the in-depth bridge inspection for the conversation as well as construction engineering services, and design of the elevator tower later on.
“We’re proud of the role that Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park plays in our community and that the bridge is able to be open at this time for people to get fresh air and exercise while taking in remarkable views,” said Linda Cooper, Regional Director Taconic Region, New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation. Read the full article, here.