NYCHA Williams and Independence Housing Infrastructure Upgrades

Brooklyn, NY
NYCHA Williams and Independence Housing Infrastructure Upgrades

Central utility systems upgrades for a five-building Williams Houses Campus and a six-building Independence Houses Campus. Each residential building is approximately 120,000 sf and up to 21 stories tall, and is generally comprised of apartment dwellings, office/management spaces, tenant support areas, and a Childrens Community Center. Loring surveyed the campus buildings and recommended necessary upgrades including the transformation of an existing non-operational central utility heating plant into a 36,000,000 Btuh high efficiency condensing boiler plant with advanced controls to allow for the highest efficiency of operation. This will serve heat and domestic hot water to hundreds of apartments and living areas at the development, as well as renovate these buildings with a modern system that has been in disrepair and served by a temporary system for many years.

Project Highlights
Project Type:

Infrastructure + Utilities

Residential

Scope:

120,000 sf per building

Renovation

Services:

MEP Engineering

Client/Owner:

Brooklyn Housing Preservation Experience, OMNI/Renewal

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