Construction Today 2018 - Volume 16, Issue 3 - 78
COVER STORY: HUDSON MERIDIAN CONSTRUCTION GROUP
The towers will have a cast-in-place concrete structure with a curtain wall exterior. Building amenities will include a business center,
a pool, a three-level parking garage for 301 cars, two rooftop terraces,
two tenant lounges and a fitness center.
Hudson Meridian is serving as the construction manager for the
project. "We are working in a residential beachfront community
that is currently active and working to appease community boards
and citizens with regard to construction activities scheduled in and
around the site," Bana says of the main challenge the company is
facing during construction.
The company is maintaining site safety and security in a number
of ways, including an electronic turnstyle security system that only
admits people with authorized access onto the site. Deliveries to the
site are overseen by a dock master, who checks inbound deliveries
against the project schedule.
Hudson Meridian's subcontractors are helping it keep the project
on schedule. "We are meeting our milestone schedule dates, which
we track on a biweekly basis," Bana says.
The project's milestone dates are scheduled in parallel with design
work. "As design is being completed, we are helping to implement
company in May received the
first certificates of occupancy for
aspects of construction that help streamline the completion of the
project," Bana adds.
Ocean Dreams is owned and developed by Red Apple Realty. The
project architect is Hill West Architects.
The company in 2016 broke ground on a 25-story, 272-unit residential tower at 16 Nepperhan Street in Yonkers, N.Y. The $135 million
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