Gallery: Delancey Underground Signs With Arup Engineering to Complete F...

"There is a lot of excitement about this project at Arup, as well as a number of specific challenges that peaked our involvement," says Fisher. "The range of services as well as the unique technical challenges that this underground park can pose -- abandoned train area, subterranean environment, lacking light -- are key drivers for Arup."

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  1. mikeoffer March 31, 2012 at 11:48 am
    Expand your mass transit underground. Please put your parks in thew sunlight. Underground contained space create exponential air quality issues for its occupants/users. or the alternative, consumes vast quantities of energy attempting to- ventilate, light, control moisture... A cute, quaint, novel idea but VERY irresponsible for professional designers and engineers. Rather a showing of proffessional inability,or perhaps disregard, to integrate All aspects and consequences of attempting this type of structure. Go down to your local REI or such, and develope and support ways to enjoy the great OUTDOORS in any season. Reclaim land by removing some of your obsolete buildings,(while recycling their materials of course.)Accumylate an interconnected series of outdoor parks and enjoy.