550 Washington Redevelopment

New York, US

550 Washington was constructed in the 1930s as St. John’s Terminus, the depot for the rail tracks that are today’s High Line. The building’s redevelopment will create a new high-performance, health and wellness commercial office building, described as a “workplace of the future.”

550 Washington Redevelopment

New York, US

550 Washington was constructed in the 1930s as St. John’s Terminus, the depot for the rail tracks that are today’s High Line. The building’s redevelopment will create a new high-performance, health and wellness commercial office building, described as a “workplace of the future.”

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Challenge
The construction of 550 Washington includes demolition, building relocation, major renovation, and new construction over a site with a three-block footprint and a bridge over an active roadway. Coordinating all the temporary works to enable construction and protect the public is critical to the safe and successful logistics of the project.
Solution
Turner Construction hired Entuitive to act as a peer reviewer for all temporary works required by the contractor. Entuitive reviewed all the temporary work shop drawings and calculations for errors, omissions, or value engineering possibilities. Entuitive also conducted site reviews to ensure that all temporary works were constructed following the design documents.

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