New York, NY
Bus Transportation: Depots, Maintenance Facilities & Terminals
Design: Architecture, Civil, Environmental Engineering
Program/Construction Management: PMO
George Washington Bridge Bus Station Redevelopment Program
STV served as program architect and architect/engineer-of-record for the $152 million redevelopment of the George Washington Bridge Bus Station. Originally designed by noted engineer Pier Luigi Nervi in 1962, the bus station’s revitalization added 120,000 square feet of prime retail space along with additional and upgraded customer amenities. Working as part of a public-private partnership (P3), STV redesigned bus operations with an open-air, consolidated bus concourse that added five commuter and long-distance departure gates. The station’s signature wing-like concrete roof serves as the main concourse and buses navigate across ramps spanning Broadway in Upper Manhattan to enter and exit the structure.