Cyclists, joggers and walkers have a new path across the Hudson River, and LeChase played a role in the project. On June 15, a new bike-and-pedestrian path was opened on the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, which replaced the Tappan Zee in 2017. The new 3.6-mile path provides scenic overlooks at six points across the bridge and features rest stations at each end – in South Nyack and Tarrytown, N.Y.
LeChase was subcontractor on the rest station in South Nyack. The company was responsible for carpentry, including wood fascia on the building’s exterior, as well as restroom partitions and accessories; millwork; doors, frames and hardware; and acoustical interior and exterior ceiling tiles. LeChase also installed signage for the Nyack station.
For news about the path’s opening, click these links:
- Rockland/Westchester Journal News – Cuomo: Bike-pedestrian bridge path opens as ‘home run’ for region
- NewNYBridge.com – Animated tour of path
- ABC7NY Eyewitness News – Bicycle, pedestrian path opens on Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge