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NYCT-MTA SUBWAY CONSERVATION

WORK IN PROGRESS

COMPLETION EXPECTED 2017-18

PAGE AYRES COWLEY ARCHITECTURE, LLC (PACA), HAS BEEN RETAINED BY THE NYCT-MTA, CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION DIVISION FOR OVER 13 YEARS TO WORK ON THE CONSERVATION, REHABILITATION, AND RESTORATION OF CITY-WIDE TRANSIT SUBWAY STATIONS AND SUB-STATIONS

RESTORATION & REHABILITATION 

SEA BEACH & NEW UTRECHT LINES

BROOKLYN, NYC

PACA has been retained by NYCT to rehabiliate and restore the existing station houses at Avenue U and New Utrecht as part of larger project to restore the nine-station BMT Sea Beach Line. Work is currently being undertaken to restore exterior facades and all interior finishes. In 2005, both Avenue U and New Utrecht (a partial segment) were listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Work is ongoing and is expected to be completed late 2017.

RESTORATION & REHABILITATION 

BOROUGH HALL STATION

BROOKLYN, NYC

PACA has been retained by NYCT-MTA to rehabilitate and restore interior and exterior architectural finishes, as well as coordinating waterproofing and steel repair work.  

 

Work is ongoing and is expected to be completed late 2017.

REDESIGN & RENOVATION  

ENHANCED STATION INITIATIVE PROGRAM

BOROUGH-WIDE, NYC

As part of NYCT-MTA's $27 billion, 5-year Capital Program, the Enhanced Station Initiative Program, PACA has been retained to work on 6 historically-designated subway stations to enhance customer experience. Part of the initiative includes improved lighting, new art installations and improved wayfinding signage. 

 

Work is ongoing and completion of PACA's work is targeted for 2018.

PHOTOGRAPH BY LEE STOOKEY

PHOTOGRAPH BY LEE STOOKEY

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