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Greenburgh Public Library

Project Location: Greenburgh, NY
Client: Beatty Harvey & Associates
Completion Date: 2008

Project Challenges:

The Town of Greenburgh wanted to expand their existing library, which shared an 8.1 acre tract with the existing Town Hall along Tarrytown Road (NYS Route 119). To accomplish this, the Town Hall building was demolished and the existing public library was renovated and expanded.

PDE Solutions:

PDE provided Site/Civil engineering services from the schematic site plan phase through site plan approval. These services included layout plans, grading plans, utility plans, erosion and sediment control plans, construction details, a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and technical specifications.

PDE performed Site Assessment Inspection services as required under the SPDES General Permit, under a separate contract with the Town.

Under the Town contract, PDE also performed Highway Improvement Inspection services as required under the NYSDOT Highway Work Permit for the Project’s access improvements that were located within the NYSDOT right of way.


As a result of PDE’s efforts, the Town of Greenburgh was able to expand their public library to provide a 45,000 square foot facility for the community.

rendering of the greenburgh public library
plans of greenburgh public library