This $3.5 billion, mixed-use, brownfield development project is situated on over 100 acres of property along the waterfront in Stamford’s South End, and is just blocks from the Stamford Train Station, Interstate 95, and downtown Stamford.
For nearly a decade, Fuss & O’Neill has provided engineering assistance for the Harbor Point redevelopment project. Our services have included environmental site assessments, remediation design, and impacted soil management; site, utility and stormwater infrastructure design including low impact development features; coastal planning and design; traffic impact studies, parking evaluations, traffic signal design and OSTA permitting; roadway design; building decontamination; local, state and federal permitting; and construction administration.
Of note, we led a multi-disciplinary team in the preparation of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Section 408 submittal for work on and along the Stamford Hurricane Barrier. In addition, we provided remediation oversight services for multiple redevelopment projects, including the recording of five environmental land use restrictions (ELURs). We also provided site and coastal engineering support for a new state-of-the-art boatyard facility with a 28 slip marina and a new 4-story residential apartment building.
This transit-oriented, LEED-ND Gold Certified redevelopment of land that was once impacted by years of historic industrial use has reconnected the city to its historic waterfront and created a vibrant new residential, business, and cultural center.
The project encompasses nearly six million square feet of improvements, including 4,000 residential units, over one million square feet of commercial space, four marinas, more than twenty acres of parks and open space, and over 1 mile of new public access along the waterfront.