Moynihan Federal Building Security Pavilion and Swing Space
New York, NY
Owner: GSA Region 2
Architect/Engineer: Gruzen Samton Architects
Contractor: Integrated Construction
Services: Construction Management
Size: 4,375 SF Security Pavilion and 90,000 SF Swing Space
Status: Completed in 2016
From 2011, at the start of design, through construction completion in 2016, ShapiroCM provided Construction Management services for a $10MM, 4,375sf addition to the Southern New York federal courts complex at 500 Pearl Street, New York. Working with the US Federal Marshal’s office, the US Courts and client agency GSA, the new Security Pavilion provides a superior level of access control, while creating a dramatic new entranceway to the complex, also known as the Daniel Patrick Moynihan building. The physical scope of the project included the development of an entirely self-sufficient [independent MEP systems] exterior addition, designed to a LEED-Silver level.
On a parallel schedule to the New Entrance Pavilion, ShapiroCM provided Construction Management services for a project comprising 90,000sf of interiors renovations in the Southern New York federal courts complex at 500 Pearl Street. As part of renovations of federal courts support functions in nearby buildings, 90,000sf of space in this complex was annexed in 2007 to serve as “swing space” for the other work. With the completion of renovations in the adjacent US Thurgood Marshall complex, this project comprised the restoration - to original use - of judges’ chambers and related functions on five floors of this 1990 building. Working with the US Courts and client agency GSA, ShapiroCM provided a comprehensive scope of CM services for a project designed to a LEED-Silver level.