Silverite Construction Company, Inc.
New York, NY
Bus Transportation: Depots, Maintenance Facilities & Terminals
Design: Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Architecture, Industrial Engineering, Geotechnical Foundations, Plumbing/Piping/Fire Protection
Environmental Sciences: Resiliency & Sustainability
Mother Clara Hale Bus Depot
Originally a trolley barn, Manhattan’s 146th Street and Lenox Avenue has been home to a bus depot since 1939. After two modifications, the aging depot was replaced to support the city’s transition to ultra-low emission buses. STV served as architect- and engineer-of-record as part of a design-build team for the 390,000-square-foot Mother Clara Hale Bus Depot. The New York City Transit project, which features low-emission boilers, solar air heating, heat-recovery air handling units, natural lighting, rainwater recycling and a green roof, was awarded LEED® Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.
STV used Building Information Modeling (BIM) software to facilitate an integrated design and superior contract documents, reducing conflicts that might otherwise delay construction and increase costs. The firm provided architectural design, as well as mechanical, electrical, plumbing, industrial, structural, communications and geotechnical engineering design services.
2016 Engineering Excellence Award – Transportation
American Council of Engineering Companies of New York
NATIONAL RECOGNITION AWARD
2016 Engineering Excellence Award
American Council of Engineering Companies
2015 BD+C Building Team Award
Building Design+Construction Magazine
PROJECT OF THE YEAR
2015 Energy Manager Today Award
Energy Manager Today Magazine