WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff called on the staff expertise and resources of 10 offices for the Maid of the Mist winter storage facility project. Project Manager John Hubert coordinated the efforts from the Buffalo office.
The Buffalo team, including Deputy Project Manager and Lead Engineer Joe Fonzi, Mark Bajorek, Garret Meal, Greg Jasinski, Kevin Bochenski, Krys Wierzbicki, Tom McGann, Rachael Wind, and Steven Flowers, was responsible for primary structural, site layout, drainage, utilities and coordination. Fonzi led many of the complex technical tasks and worked closely with the contractor, L.P. Ciminelli, on site.
The following offices and staff supported the Buffalo team on the project:
New York City:
Boston: Hydropower group (led by Stefan Schadinger) designed modifications of an existing penstock (the conduit that carried water to the former power plant) to accommodate new electrical service.
Dallas: Geotechnical group (Hosam Salman) supported development of the alternative retaining wall design.
San Francisco: Geotechnical group (Tom Lee) led the geotechnical effort for the alternative retaining wall design. In addition, he reviewed a report and contract documents associated with rock removal to improve the stability of the gorge rock face.
Denver: Design Visualization group (Tom Shannon, Ryan Sander, Steve Dorneles) prepared numerous visual simulations that were critical to advancing the project through permitting.
Heery – Washington, DC (Tim Hudgins): Led the elevator design, performing the architectural design and coordinating an elevator specialty consultant as well as other disciplines performed in other WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and Heery offices.
Heery – Atlanta: Supported mechanical and plumbing design for the elevator.
Halsall – Toronto (Andrew Dionne): Provided structural design for the elevator framing, cantilever mezzanine, and elevator penthouse building.