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Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park, B2, B3, B4 with Arena

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Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park
Brooklyn, NY

Pacific Park is a 15 building, $4.9 billion mixed-use development with over 6,000 affordable rental and condos units, retail stores and restaurants, office and hotel located on 22 acres, and will be adjacent to the completed Barclays Center arena in downtown Brooklyn.  TriLogix was originally brought on to assist with the scheduling of the entire overhaul process of the temporary Long Island Rail Road train yard located between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street, and adjacent areas.

TriLogix is currently working with Greenland Forest City Partners, a joint venture between Greenland USA, a subsidiary of Shanghai-based Greenland Group Co., and Forest City Ratner Companies, a subsidiary of Forest City Enterprises Inc.  In addition to these towers, we also previously provided scheduling services for the Barclays Arena (Brooklyn Nets). Our involvement on the Atlantic Yards includes the following on-going projects:

B2 Building at 461 Dean Street

The tallest modular building in the world will have 32 floors, 322 foot tall with 363 Rental Units, 4,000 sf of ground floor retail space, 146 parking spaces and many amenities.

B3 Building at 38 Sixth Avenue

A 23 story, 202 foot tall, 341,595 sf residential building will include 305 unit residential space & 20,000 sf of commercial space, health care facility on 2nd floor & 73 car parking garage.

B11 Building at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue

A 17 story, 330,000 sf residential building, will include 278 unit residential building.

B14 Building at 535 Carlton

18 story, 292,000 sf residential building, will have 298 rental units, outdoor amenities, shops on the ground floor, and an underground parking garage.

TriLogix is assisting Greenland Forest City Partners by reviewing the Construction Manager’s schedules. We are providing monthly reviews of the schedule updates, which includes:

  • A review of the schedule update to ascertain progress and logic changes.
  • A review of critical path changes and potential issues.
  • A meeting at the site to walk the job and meet with GFCP and CMs.
  • Produce a written report outlining any concerns, watch items, deficiencies and potential “red flags”, with a focus on progress and any schedule variances from the previous monthly report. In addition, we suggest possible schedule mitigation, should that be necessary.