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Learn about Capital Projects for BPCA Investor Relations, including Resiliency Summary, North Battery Park City Resiliency Project, and South Battery Park City Resiliency Project.
NORTH BPC RESILIENCY
Continuous flood barrier to cover North Esplanade, cross West Street, and areas east of West Street that will be a part of the complete flood barrier system for BPC.
BPC BALLFIELDS RESILIENCY (Early Design in progress)
Independent and permanent flood barrier system along eastern, northern and southern borders of the Ballfields and Community Center
WEST BPC RESILIENCY (Design RFP 2019)
Continuous flood barrier to create a new line of protection along the water’s edge that will create the final part of the area's protection, connecting to the North and South
SOUTH BPC RESILIENCY (Early Design in progress)
Continuous flood barrier from the Museum of Jewish Heritage, through Wagner Park, Pier A Plaza, and along the northern border of Historic Battery Park
With construction scheduled to begin in 2020 and end in 2023, Battery Park City is committed to constructing a a perimeter storm and flood protection system on its northern boundary. This structure will decrease vulnerability from storm inundation and flooding.
With construction scheduled to begin in 2019 and end in 2022, Battery Park City is committed to constructing a a perimeter storm and flood protection system on its southern boundary. This structure will decrease vulnerability from storm inundation and flooding.
The Battery Park City Ballfields are located at a geographical low point making them susceptible to flooding, as experienced during Sandy . To avoid future damage and ensure that both the ballfield and community center remain fully operational all year round, flood protection systems will be implemented constructed. The anticipated completion of this project is late 2020.
Construction began in 2016 on the North Esplanade Restoration Project to restore certain portions of the Esplanade platform, granite slabs, pile caps, timber piles and rip rap. The project was completed in spring 2017.
The design of the restoration of the Rockefeller Park Playground was commenced and completed in 2017. It is expected that the construction of the project will commence and be completed in 2019.
An updated design for the repainting of the Tribeca Pedestrian Bridge was commenced and completed in 2017. It is expected that the painting project will be completed in 2018.
The South Cove (the “Cove”) is a nationally significant waterfront art installation located in the southern neighborhood of Battery Park City at the Waterfront Esplanade between First Place and Third Place that includes a curved, wooden jetty that extends into the water. Due to its location, repairs and maintenance to preserve this structure are scheduled to be completed in 2019.
The West Thames Pedestrian Bridge links the south neighborhood of Battery Park City to the east side of West Street, and provide residents of and visitors to Battery Park City, a safer means of crossing the West Side Highway. This project is being constructed by New York City Economic Development Corporation, with a funding contribution by Battery Park City, and is scheduled to be completed by 2019.
The Battery Park City Esplanade is supported by 3121 concrete piles. To lengthen the structural life of these piles, in 2007 BPCA created the Pile Remediation Project through which each pile is jacketed with fiber glass, and then encased within an epoxy filled FRP(fiberglass reinforced plastic) pile jacket to protect them and prevent the possibility for further degradation or corrosion. The final phases of this project are scheduled to completed by 2021.
Construction began in 2016 on the Irish Hunger Memorial Restoration and Waterproofing Project, which was designed to repair damage to the Memorial and arrest and remediate water infiltration into the Memorial structure. The project was completed in fall 2017.
Construction began in 2016 on the project to relocate the Police Memorial and North Cove Marina electrical infrastructure to new above-ground structures and enhance pedestrian connections between the adjacent upper and lower plazas. This project was substantially completed in summer 2017.