“Sustainable high-performance design and construction are becoming the norm, with our newly completed courthouse in Staten Island an example of a LEED Silver building,” says Greene of the collaborative effort undertaken with Ennead Architects.
Built in 1929, Kings Theatre on Flatbush Avenue is the largest indoor theater in Brooklyn and the third-largest theater in New York City. After closing its doors in 1977, the theater slowly fell into disrepair.
The Marriott International NY EDITION Hotel project converted the landmark Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. office building, also known as the One Madison Avenue Clock Tower, into a boutique hotel through an extensive interior and exterior renovation.
The High Line is an elevated park on the west side of Manhattan. Section 3 of the park, known as the Rail Yards, spans from West 30th to West 35th streets and from 10th to 12th avenues and includes benches, gardens and a walking path that now extends 1.45 miles over the entire length of the High Line.
Following a merger with the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) enlisted developer Brookfield Office Properties to purchase and redesign their existing building at One North End in downtown Manhattan.
The National Synchrotron Light Source-II, a 600,000-sq-ft, third-generation synchrotron light source facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory, is the newest and most advanced facility of its kind in the world.
The New York University Langone Medical Center Tisch Hospital infrastructure upgrade was implemented after the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, located in the cellar and on the ground floor of the building, were largely destroyed by flooding in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Funded by the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation, the $7-million Lake George Beach Day Use Area project was the third in a string of three similar projects along the shore of Lake George.
The 720,000-sq-ft academy for the New York City Police Dept. in College Point, N.Y., was built to replace the police department’s aging and inefficient training and educational buildings spread out over New York City.
As part of the Solar Act of 2012, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities created a program to encourage solar utility companies and contractors to redevelop existing lands into solar generation facilities.