Adding a hometown feel to a commuter parking lot

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Project: Clarkstown Commuter Lot

Client: Town of Clarkstown

Size: 1.3 acres

Services provided: Land surveying, civil engineering, regulatory permitting, ADA accessibility, construction administration

Adding a hometown feel to a commuter parking lot

The Town of Clarkstown proposed the development of a new, 96-space commuter parking field in a virgin woodland area adjacent to a stream in New City, NY. Supporting the project, H2M provided land surveying, civil engineering, regulatory permitting, and construction administration services. The finished product was a visually attractive parking lot for commuters to start and end their workdays.

Using a federal grant to fund the project, Clarkstown sought to incorporate elements of a hometown streetscape in order to increase the facility’s appeal. Featuring ornamental street lighting and security lamps, Belgian block curbing, and a stamped concrete bus lane, the project is an aesthetically-pleasing addition to New City’s transit infrastructure. Capping off the overall theme is a two-sided clock tower and handicap access to the custom bus shelter. Native deciduous and coniferous plant species landscape the lot to blend in with the surrounding wooded area.


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