Brooklyn Navy Yard – Marine Engineering Waterfront Development

McLaren Engineering Group provided marine engineering services for the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation’s 10-year Master Plan to revitalize the 213-acre site into an economic development facility. McLaren provided specific area waterfront rehabilitation services to various marine structures including Piers C, D, G and K; Berths 3A, 6, 7, 7A, 14A, 17, 18, 20A and 20B.

The McLaren Difference: Applied Ingenuity

McLaren’s work on NYC’s Brooklyn Navy Yard was performed in a multi-phase process to ensure the design captured the client’s vision. The firm first performed above water and underwater inspection and assessment of piers, low-level relieving platforms, bulkheads/seawalls and wharves. Prior to repairs, the structures were in a dilapidated state. Because the facilities were old timber structures, McLaren was exposed to nearly every type of timber construction – and nearly every type of condition for which a solution was needed. Repairs were executed in consideration of the environmental regulations. Preliminary and final design services, with construction cost estimates, were then provided for each rehabilitation.

Location

Brooklyn, NY

Year Completed

2012

Client

Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corp; Owner: The City of New York