Tag: New York City
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.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced an historic $13 billion plan to transform John F. Kennedy International Airport into a modern 21st century airport anchored by two new world-class international terminal complexes on the airport's north and south sides.
Restoration work at the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel and Queens Midtown Tunnel has been completed more than nine months ahead of schedule. The two Superstorm Sandy restoration projects completely overhauled the interiors and exteriors of the two tunnels — which were severely damaged by salt water from the storm surge
A $400 million plan to further improve the ecological health of Jamaica Bay includes an array of waterbody improvement projects including 50 acres of wetland restoration, seven acres of ribbed mussel installations, and environmental dredging
Bravo, a cooperative network of companies offering full-service architectural, engineering, construction management, and diversity consulting and mentoring services, moved its corporate headquarters to accommodate continued growth and expand their level of service.
The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) will host a premiere event for the first public showing of Unknown New York: The City That Women Built, a new film by Beverly Willis, FAIA.
Playing a leading role in bringing New York City’s buildings into the 21st century, consulting engineering firm Goldman Copeland (GOCO) is celebrating its 50th anniversary on May 8 at the iconic Ziegfeld Ballroom, which they recently helped transform into one of New York City’s most spectacular event spaces.
CNY, acting on behalf of developers BRP Companies and Goldman Sachs, announced a milestone that took place on Friday evening into Saturday morning, Dec. 15-16, at The Crossing at Jamaica Station: a concrete pour for foundations of the Queens project’s 30-story residential high rise and slab on grade for 25,000 square feet of ground floor retail.
A 16-story mixed-use development near New York City will set a new benchmark for the construction industry. It will be one of the most energy-efficient large-scale buildings in Westchester County, N.Y. — projected to be the tallest building to be built in the United States with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs).