Yankee Stadium – City Works Program Management

Owner: New York Economic Development Agency
Project Value: $1.2 Billion
Services Provided: Document Control, Information Technology, Website Development, Website Implementation, Website Maintenance, Administrative Support

PACO Group, as a subconsultant to the Tishman/AECOM Program Management team, developed and implemented the interactive project website, providing an informational forum for the public and a secured project management forum for the exchange project information on the Yankee Stadium Area – City Works project by the New York City Economic Development Corporation. The project addressed multiple construction coordination, scheduling, traffic and pedestrian planning, mapping of utility upgrades/relocations, strategic planning and leadership tasks PACO Group also provided for Document Control, maintaining the library of drawings, specifications, etc., as part of the project electronic file database. As part of its IT services consulting, PACO Group was also responsible for the administration and maintenance of the website. Projects included: 

  • New Yankee Stadium with three parking garages, recreational park facilities 
  • Converting Ruppert Place into passive parkland for use as 60,000 sf pedestrian plaza leading to the stadium from the new Metro-North station pedestrian bridge 
  • Construction of full-size baseball, little league, and softball fields at Heritage Park 
  • Construction of a softball/soccer field at West Bronx Recreation Center and  temporary replacement fields at PS 29
  • Rehabilitation of the Powerhouse Building to include office space for NYC Parks & 
  • Recreation Department 
  • Bronx Terminal Waterfront Park 
  • $500 million Gateway Center (one of the largest private-sector investments in the  Bronx) with approximately 1 million sf of retail space
  • $91 million Metro-North Station and pedestrian bridge at Yankee Stadium on the Hudson Line
  • with access to the Harlem and New Haven lines  
  • Macoombs Dam Bridge Approach & 161st Street Retaining Wall widening & rehabilitation
  • NYC DOT traffic improvements including crosswalks, signalizations, and  streetscapes

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