JGM was awarded an $11 million-dollar structural steel fabrication & erection contract for the new George Washington Bridge (GWB) Bus Terminal Renovation project. This was a 36-month endeavor that included challenges at every turn. The project required over 500 tons of structural steel. Every pc of steel required careful field verification to guarantee a good fit. JGM provided new structural steel for openings within the existing structure for elevators, escalators and mechanical rooms. Additionally, JGM had to erect a new ticketing station and fitness center in the middle of one of New York’s busiest bus stations, without causing interruption. Not only that, but also JGM added 3 new levels of retail space over top of one of the busiest highways in the world, I-95. Our work was carefully orchestrated so that we could erect the new steel from I-95 with limited 8-hour lane closures. This project required over 20,000 man-hours and was executed with zero lost time incidents! 

Client

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

Location

New York, NY

Timeline

12 months

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