Through the agency's Multi-Facility Guaranteed Energy Savings Program, the project aims to reduce operating expenses by $700,000 per year and yield annual greenhouse gas emission reductions of about 2,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent.

PANYNJ says its energy projects that are either under way or completed within the last year are expected to produce about 18,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emission reductions.

New York

New Queens Tennis Center to Name CM Soon

The U.S. Tennis Association is expected to name the construction manager for its $550-million-plus Billie Jean King National Tennis Center project in Flushing, Queens, as early as the second week of July, according to sources close to the project.

The three-phase project includes building a $150-million Rossetti-designed retractable roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium as well as two new stadiums on the 46.5-acre site. Rossetti is the original stadium's architect.

The project's first phase began in April and is set for completion in August 2016, in time for that year's U.S. Open Tennis Championships.

Work also includes a chiller plant, electrical substation and other infrastructure upgrades, which are set to begin this fall. Completion also is targeted for August 2016.

The next two phases include demolishing and replacing the Louis Armstrong Stadium and its attached grandstand. The new stadium and grandstand will be separate structures.