Frank H. Hussey Project Experience
175 Greenwich Street – Tower 3, New York, NY: Mr. Hussey served as Superintendent for 175 Greenwich Street, a 2.5-million-square-foot, 71-story tower. It stands 1,140 feet above street level, making it the third tallest building at the World Trade Center site. He was responsible for coordinating Architectural trades, site logistics, trucking schedule, and hoist scheduling for all trades. He also serves as Superintendent for the Safety Committee.
150 Greenwich Street – Tower 4, New York, NY: 2.3-million-square-foot, 64-story tower that is the fourth tallest skyscraper at the World Trade Center site at 975 feet from street level. Mr. Hussey served as Superintendent, responsible for coordinating Architectural trades, site logistics, trucking schedule, and hoist scheduling for all trades. He also serves as Superintendent for the Safety Committee.
One World Trade Center, New York, NY: the 70-story, 2.6-million-square-foot tower which now reclaim the downtown skyline and enhance lower Manhattan’s standing as a preeminent business district. Reaching a height of 1,776 feet, the building incorporate the latest innovations in life safety systems, structural engineering and environmental responsibility. Mr. Hussey served as Assistant Superintendent on the utility relocation and excavation phases of this project.
250 Greenwich Street – 7 WTC, New York,NY: this 52-story office building is at the site where the original building was destroyed during 9/11. Mr. Hussey served as Assistant Superintendent on this project for more than three years and was involved in coordinating/supervising the efforts of various architectural trades from foundation to project closeout.
The Bank of New York, 101 Barclay Street, New York, NY: Mr. Hussey served as Project Superintendent for the recovery work for BONY’s 25-story, 1.2 million-square-foot headquarters building that was severely damaged during the fallout from events at the WTC site on 9/11.
32 Avenue of the Americas,New York,NY: reposition the underutilized 1.15-million-square-foot AT&T Headquarters. Mr. Hussey served as Assistant Superintendent on this project where his responsibilities included demolition and abatement coordination as well as oversight of architectural and mechanical trades.
Penn Station (Acela Project), New York, NY: extensive renovation and improvement of four levels at New York Penn Station. Mr. Hussey, serving as Assistant Superintendent, coordinated terrazzo trades and the removal of existing flooring. In addition, Mr. Hussey oversaw the construction of a special waiting/seating area for the Acela (bullet train) passengers.
School Construction Authority of NY, New York, NY: Mr. Hussey served as Superintendent on the upgrade of two science labs at Wingate High School and Automotive High School, respectively. These projects involved the removal of existing floors and abatement. Classroom floors were replaced with parquet wood flooring. New lighting systems were installed as were water, gas, HVAC and acid lines. Window replacement involved stitching and other brick work.
Four Times Square, New York, NY: The revitalization of the Times Square/42nd Street area continues at a rapid pace with the construction of this 48-story, 1.6-million-square-foot office tower on Broadway between 42nd and 43rd Streets. Mr. Hussey served as Assistant Superintendent and was responsible for following the architectural trades and handling punch list work.
Four Seasons Hotel, New York, NY: New York’s tallest hotel at 682 feet — on a midblock site between busy and congested 57th and 58th streets in midtown Manhattan. Mr. Hussey served as Assistant Superintendent for this project.