This project consisted of the rehabilitation of waterfront structures at a major Brooklyn park, and included the demolition of 500 linear feet of existing bulkhead and 600 feet of existing pile supported platform.
This Greenpoint Transmitter Park project consisted of the demolition of an existing wharf and the construction of a new 800 foot pier. The new pier consists of pipe piles, precast concrete cap and precast concrete deck.
This project was a key portion of the South Bronx Greenway development project and consisted of waterfront rehabilitation and improvements to protect future parkland and commercial waterfront properties. The work included demolition of the severely deteriorated seawalls, relieving platforms and steel sheet pile cellular cofferdam bulkheads, construction of a new steel H-pile supported concrete seawall, and installation of scour protection and riprap revetments.
Phase III is the northernmost portion of the Harlem River Park Bikeway and Esplanade. This project was a complete re-build of the existing park, which had been forced close due to the deteriorated conditions of the waterfront structures.
This ambitious project consisted of bulkhead reconstruction and development of a new park, bikeway and esplanade along the Harlem River. The waterfront design was a complex system of tidal pools constructed above and below water of steel pipe piles and gabion baskets. The project required significant use of cofferdams to dewater the work area.
Phoenix Marine successfully completed the most recent seawall stabilization project at Ellis Island in 2008, and is intimately familiar with the island’s historic marine structures. A major component of this project was the underpinning of seawall sections using micropiles drilled through the top of the seawall.
The Passenger Ship Terminal project consisted of a major deck expansion to accommodate newer larger cruise ships and increased traffic due to the booming cruise market. As well as executing a comprehensive under-deck and pile rehabilitation program for the existing … Continue reading New York Passenger Ship Terminal Piers 88 & 90 Expansion
Brooklyn Bridge Park, located at the former Brooklyn Piers site stretches 1.3 miles along the East River from north of the Manhattan Bridge to Atlantic Avenue. Phoenix Marine recently completed Phase I of this landmark project, which consisted of a major transformation of Pier 1 and the surrounding waterfront.