Tectonic performed Phase I services on Hudson Lights, a mixed-use development project, for leading architect and designer, Arquitectonica. This 15-story residential building, built by Tucker Development, will include residential units, retail and office spaces, restaurants, parking, and hotel on an 8-acre portion of a 16-acre lot, as part of a two phase construction project.

Tectonic performed surveying services for the first phase which included as-builts of the floors, ceilings, and slab edges of the newly constructed concrete decks. Surveys were performed after a concern of deformation of the concrete slabs after release of support. Plans were provided that showed the flatness of the floors and ceiling, and the deformation of the slab between column lines and at the edge of the cantilevered sections. Tectonic utilized its High-Definition Laser Scanner to maximize the detail gathered.

The Hudson Lights project, conveniently located near the George Washington Bridge, offers access to five major highways, and is expected to help transform downtown Fort Lee while providing luxury retailers and renters with an easy commute to New York City.