Union Station Constructability Analysis, Washington D.C.
Hinman performed a Constructability Analysis for the redevelopment of Union Station in Washington, D.C.
This project involved a set of tasks undertaken to complete a thorough review of the cost, schedule, and a constructability analysis of the Washington Union Station Master Plan which includes the Station, Rail Terminal, new passenger concourses for Amtrak and commuter passengers, and the Air Rights Development
Hinman developed the project design criteria as a function of security level and usage based on the Master Plan
The Washington Union Station Master Plan was produced in 2012 for Amtrak with a focus on the need to relieve the congestion currently experienced at Union Station, due to its functioning beyond capacity on an ongoing and regular basis.
Hinman developed the project design criteria as a function of security level and usage based on the Master Plan, identified design basis and explosive threats (i.e. explosives, ballistics, forced entry, moving vehicle, and CBRN), developed cost-benefit relationships for critical threat locations, and identified solutions which match the cost benefit relationships.