Improvements to the historic station located on the Hudson line incorporating new glazing at stairs leading to the pedestrian overpasses; rehabilitation of stairs and guardrails/handrail, canopies; and amenities to achieve ADA compliance.
JMW Architect also provided master planning services for the Poughkeepsie Station. The scope of work includes to evaluating all spaces within the existing Historic Station, as well as the exterior building envelope, to develop a roadmap that will take the station through the next twenty years while incorporating the urban landscape.
Architectural services for the Restoration of the National Historic Landmark station located on the Hudson line. The station restoration includes roofs, windows, doors, interior & exterior finishes, structural and mechanical improvements, terra cotta elements and ADA upgrade. The design includes energy efficiency initiatives integrated within an historic structure such as thermal break aluminum windows & doors, insulated glazing and insulated flat roof areas with white membrane surfaces.
This new station pavilion replaces an existing small platform in Norwalk. The lack of need for conditioned air allows the structure to be largely transparent, contrasting with the opaque base. The glass provides visibility and security to users while showcasing structural steel elements.
Two new train stations on the historic Adirondack line create excursion service through the Park. The lost historic stations on the line were researched together with those remaining for inspiration for the design of the new stations employing similar materials, scale and forms with new construction technology and energy efficiency.