Mancini Duffy and Manhattan’s Tin Building
By Luke Carothers Located in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge in lower Manhattan’s historic Seaport, the Tin Building...
Hudson Commons: Historic Foundation Meets Modern Engineering in an Innovative Manhattan Overbuild
By Joseph Provenza, AIA, P.E., LEED AP BD+C; Jeffrey Smilow, P.E., F. ASCE; Yujia Zhai, P.E., Motaz Elfahal, Ph.D., P.E.; and Gerardo Aguilar, Ph.D. What began in...
Emily Roebling and the Brooklyn Bridge
By Luke Carothers The Brooklyn Bridge looms eternally large over New York City’s East River. Since it opened in 1883, it is a vital artery...
For New York Supertall, BuroHappold’s Façade Innovation Reaches New Heights
Directly centered overlooking Manhattan’s Central Park, the 111 West 57th Street supertall tower is garnering acclaim for its remarkable height, its unexpected slenderness — and...
AKRF Honored for Manhattan Stormwater System
AKRF of New York City earned a National Recognition Award for exemplary engineering achievement in the American Council of Engineering Companies’ (ACEC) 52nd annual Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) for designing the stormwater detention system serving American Copper Towers in Manhattan.
Arcadis to lead design to strengthen Manhattan’s coastline
Arcadis was selected as Engineer of Record for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood protection multiphase design of New York City’s East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project in the borough of Manhattan.
VHB helps advance Manhattan’s largest rezoning project in more than 10 years
The largest rezoning project in Manhattan since Hudson Yards in 2004 proposes zoning changes to a 78-block area of Greater East Midtown.