Transit Developer Improvements at One Vanderbilt GCS

  • Client: MTA Construction & Development
  • Location: New York, NY

Project Overview

This $230M project is situated at the 42nd Street, Grand Central Subway Station on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line. It is funded by SL Green Developers as part of the Transit Orient Development Improvements associated with the construction of the 1.6 million square foot One Vanderbilt Tower project. Under an agreement with SL Green, approximately $230M was allocated for transit improvements designed to enhance station capacity and accessibility within the Grand Central Station Subway Complex.

As the Program Management Consultant, our scope of work covered a wide range of tasks, including: the installation of five new platform-to-mezzanine stairs; widening of twelve existing mezzanines-to-platform stairs; the construction of a new bank of stairs leading to the Mobil Building passageway; widening of the Lexington Passageway stairs; installation of a new ADA-compliant street-to-mezzanine elevator; expansion of the station mezzanine by 54,000 square feet; modernization and creation of new fare control areas, as well as upgrades to floor, wall, column finishes, lighting, and electrical systems.