Middletown’s new train station is now open to the public.
Amtrak converted a warehouse on 270 West Emaus Street, just a few hundred yards from the parking lot of the former Middletown stop, into a facility where people can park or lock up their bikes, and use a pedestrian bridge to reach the train platform. The entire facility complies with the Americans for Disabilities Act.
The Witmer Group provided new masonry services for the Middletown Train Station. The scope of work consisted of (2) masonry stair/elevator towers, bicycle canopy/mechanical building, and planter which included approximately 13,000 Decorative Ground Face CMU, 43,000 modular face brick, and more than 320 pieces of precast architectural concrete copings, sills, lintels, and water tables.
The masonry team worked together with careful coordination to complete a beautiful project with superior quality work.