Building on a Legacy

by Jarret Johnson, P.E., Associate Principal; DeSimone Consulting Engineers, Boston, MA,

Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 2019, Vol. 89, Issue 12, Pg. 66-69,75-75

Document Type: Feature article

Abstract: The new Statue of Liberty Museum is the most substantial development to break ground on Liberty Island since 1886 when its namesake debuted. The 26,000 sq ft facility introduces 15,000 sq ft of exhibition space, including an immersive theater and interactive galleries. The project also includes a landscaped roof deck and an expansion of the park's open-air public plaza.

Subject Headings: Public buildings | Civil engineering landmarks | Islands | Project management | Landscaping | Roofs | Decks | Urban areas

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