Proj Overview

Project Overview

Adjacent to the new Yankee stadium, this five-tier, 660-space precast garage serves as the fourth façade of the stadium. With white precast concrete and stainless steel mesh panels, the garage fits the stadium’s neo-traditional design.

Precast Solution

To protect the adjacent stadium from explosive devices, the NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force required that the garage include a hardened 12-in.-thick, 50-ft-tall reinforced structural concrete wall on the south façade. The wall was designed using a single-degree-of-freedom dynamic loading model to simulate the blast loading. Due to an adjoining stand of trees that could not be removed and setback requirements from a nearby elevated rail line, the garage has a very narrow footprint and utilizes a scissor-ramp configuration for vertical circulation and one-way vehicle flow with angle-in parking. Open floor plates provide drivers with unobstructed views. The project utilizes a typical 36-ft structural grid and 186,000 ft2 of precast double tees.

 

Awards
2011 Design AwardsBest Parking Structure (0-999 Cars)
Project Team

Owner

New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, New York, N.Y. 

Precast Producer

Unistress Corporation, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Architect

Clarke Caton Hintz Architects, Trenton, N.J. 

Engineer of Record

Fay Spofford Thorndike, Melville, N.Y. 

General Contractor

Prismatic, Fairfield, N.J. 

Precast Specialty Engineer

Hoch Associates, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Parking Vendor

Standard Parking, New York, N.Y. 

Key Project Attributes

  • Precast allowed open floor plates to be created, providing drivers with unobstructed views
  • White precast concrete and stainless steel mesh panels fit the stadium’s neo-traditional design
  • The mesh shrouds the precast white concrete mix to create a rich blend of textures

Project/Precast Scope

  • Area: 256,330 ft2
  • Project Cost: $46 million
  • 5-tier, 660-spaces