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Cortlandt Way - World Trade Center Redevelopment

- A 300-foot-long open-air concourse and pedestrian gateway to the 9/11 Memorial 
- Approximately 20,000SF of concrete and architectural stone work
- Includes 16,000 square feet of new retail space, storm water management, custom architectural LED street lighting, landscaping, irrigation piping and controls, and telecommunications

 

 

 

 

 

Cortlandt Way is a 300-foot-long open-air concourse and pedestrian gateway to the 9/11 Memorial that will offer 16,000 square feet of new retail space once complete.  The scope of work consists of concrete, plumbing, electrical, architectural site work and landscaping for Cortlandt Way located between Tower 3 and Tower 4 at the World Trade Center Site. Scope specifics include, approximately 20,000SF of concrete and architectural stone work, storm water management, stainless steel lighted handrails, custom architectural LED street lighting, tree landscaping, irrigation piping and controls, telecommunications and electrical ties for the proposed stage and associated speaker systems at Liberty St. and Cortlandt Way. This is being performed and coordinated with various other trade contracts as construction continues to complete the overall master plan for the World Trade Center Redevelopment after the attacks on September 11, 2001.