World Trade Center Path Station, NY, NY
World Trade Center Path Station, NY, NY
Transportation

World Trade Center Path Station, NY, NY

The $2 billion World Trade Center Transportation Hub, built on the World Trade Center site is a soaring spectacular design concept by world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava that will include:
  • A permanent Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) terminal that eventually will serve more than 80,000 daily PATH riders, including tens of thousands of commuters and millions of annual visitors to the World Trade Center Memorial.
  • Pedestrian connections that will significantly improve access to PATH, ferries and subway lines across Lower Manhattan. By 2020, these connections are expected to accommodate 250,000 daily commuters and visitors.
  • Greater open space in the Wedge of Light Plaza and additional access from Church Street to the Memorial District.
Oweis Engineering Inc. (OEI), as a subconsultant to PMA Consultants LLC, provided value engineering services for the geotechical design of the new transportation hub. OEI’s services included the foundation systems and underpinning studies.