7 Line Station at 34th Street / Hudson Yards

The structures and surfaces of the MTA's new Hudson Yards subway terminal make the most of steel’s strength, elegance, and durability. Designed around deep, challenging site conditions and built to accommodate the area’s dramatic expansion, the 7 line's westernmost station is the system's futuristic flagship.

7 Line Station at 34th Street / Hudson Yards

MTA Capital Construction, New York, NY

Funding Partner:
Hudson Yards Development Corporation, New York, NY

Dattner Architects (Richard Dattner, FAIA; Beth Greenberg, FAIA), New York, NY

Structural, Civil, MEP Engineer & Lead Designer:
WSP Parsons Brinckerho , New York, NY

Consultant Construction Management:
HLH7 (joint venture of Hill International; LiRo Engineers, Lemley International, and Henningson Durham & Richardson Architecture and Engineering),
New York, NY

Heavy Construction of Running Tunnels and Station Structures:
S3 II Tunnel Constructors (joint venture of Shea Construction, Skanska Construction, and Schiavone Construction),
New York, NY

Station and Systems Buildings Fit-Out Construction:
Skanska/Railworks, JV (joint venture of Skanska Construction, Inc. & Railworks Transit, Inc.),
New York, NY

Inclined and Connector Tunnels Heavy Construction and 33rd Street System Building Core and Shell:
Yonkers Contracting Company, Inc., Yonkers, NY

Structural Steel Erector:
Skanska Koch, Carteret, NJ

Exterior Wall Systems/Cladding Erector:
Jordan Panel Systems Corp., East Northport, NY

Entrance Canopy Erector:
Enclos, New York, NY