Montefiore Medical Center, Hutch Tower, 5th and 7th Floor – Breast Center

Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and fire alarm engineering services for the relocation and expansion of a women's health facility in the form of the multidisciplinary Breast Center to include Practice and Breast Imaging for a new 14,000 sf consolidated location on the 7th floor and the Breast/Vascular Center in a partial area of the 5th floor.

Wyoming State Capitol Complex: State Capitol Building Historic Renovation and Expansion

The Wyoming State Capitol Complex Historic Renovation and Expansion project included the complete rehabilitation and restoration of the 90,000-SF historic Wyoming State Capitol Building, complete renovation of the existing 250,000-SF State Office Building, a 50,000-SF new addition to the existing State Office Building, a new Central Utility Plant that was strategically located underground, and a new rooftop equipment well to restore site aesthetics and to maximize usable building space. Modern technologies were incorporated into the historic Capitol, including a smoke control system, which required in-depth coordination with the architect and the existing building's historic fabric.

Wyoming State Capitol Complex: State Capitol Building Historic Renovation and Expansion

The Wyoming State Capitol Complex Historic Renovation and Expansion project included the complete rehabilitation and restoration of the 90,000-SF historic Wyoming State Capitol Building, complete renovation of the existing 250,000-SF State Office Building, a 50,000-SF new addition to the existing State Office Building, a new Central Utility Plant that was strategically located underground, and a new rooftop equipment well to restore site aesthetics and to maximize usable building space. Modern technologies were incorporated into the historic Capitol, including a smoke control system, which required in-depth coordination with the architect and the existing building's historic fabric.

Bronx Community College,
North Instructional Building

Michigan State Capitol
Central Utility Plant

A focal element of the Michigan State Capitol Infrastructure Upgrades project is the design of a new 10,000-SF below-grade central utility plant that provides year-round heating and cooling to the Capitol building and Heritage Hall through carbon-free geothermal energy. Resilient and energy-efficient MEP system solutions provide significant life-cycle savings and will allow the historic Michigan State Capitol to flourish for years to come.

New York University New Physics Laboratory Facility (726 Broadway)

The fully occupied 330,000 SF, 10-story high-rise building was renovated and 100,000 SF of existing office space was converted into new research laboratories, faculty and graduate student offices, and other support areas. New research-level laboratory spaces included: laser, low-temperature, measurement, clean room fabrication, chemistry, biophysics, electronics, and high-density computation labs. The design included a new 6,500 SF rooftop heating and cooling plant inclusive of the magnetic bearing, centrifugal water-cooled chillers, gas-fired condensing boilers, gas-fired clean steam generators, pumps, and heat exchangers to support the entire building. The design also included new laboratory infrastructure to support full lab building fit-out including central compressed air, vacuum, process chilled water and pure water systems as well as high purity medical gases.

Union Theological Seminary Campus Infrastructure Upgrades

Union Theological Seminary Campus Infrastructure Upgrades

Connecticut Gaylord Hospital - Milne / Jackson Ground Integrative Center for Education, Research & Innovation

Northwell Health,
Phelps Hospital -
Neuro Interventional and Pain Management Suite

Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering services for the relocation and expansion of the 1,200 sf Pain Management program and the creation of an adjacent suite for a Biplane machine. The new Biplane suite, which is for Neuro-Endovascular and Vascular cases, will include two procedure rooms. The two departments will be made adjacent to share support spaces inclusive of pre- and post-recovery as well as increase efficiency.