Project: Harrison Street Parking Garage
Syracuse, New York (1992)
Owners: Dominic Vacca
Architect: John P. Stopen Engineering
Size: 7.5 levels, 1200 vehicles
Construction Cost: $13,000,000

The Harrison Street Parking Garage, located at the intersection of Harrison and South Salina streets in downtown Syracuse, is one of the largest garages in the city.

The project included the use of high-strength micro-silica concrete in the concrete superstructure to add to the durability of the concrete that is exposed to deicing salts.

Murnane self-performed all of the
formwork for the structure, including the pre-fabrication of the formwork for the decks, in Murnane’s shop.

In spite of a three month delay in the project due to the discovery of contaminated soils across a large portion of the site, Murnane completed the project within the original 18 month schedule.