Manhattan, New York
One of New York City’s most iconic projects, the World Trade Center Oculus is as visually striking as it is functional, serving as a transportation hub and high-end shopping mall in the heart of lower Manhattan. In 2012, Skanska Koch was awarded a $204 million contract to fabricate and erect 1,000 tons of structural steel consisting of portals, arches, and rafters that combine to give the Calatrava-designed Oculus its unique shape. This structure serves as the main access point to the PATH commuter train at the World Trade Center Transportation Hub as well as subway lines, a critical link between lower Manhattan and New Jersey serving 200,000 commuters daily.
AEIS applied welding and non-destructive testing (NDT) expertise on this project. Our team anticipated non-conformances while coordinating day-to-day activities with project personnel. AEIS ensured that project specifications were met, yielding high-quality project materials fit for their intended service-life.
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