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Multi-family Housing

Client: GOSHOW ARCHITECTS, 36 West 25th St, New York, NY 10010, t: 212.242.3735 f: 212.727.7460

HACE - Housing Authority of the City of Elizabeth, New Jersey, Senior High Rise Sites: Access and usability upgrades and compliance for physically handicapped, and new finishes at four different high rise projects for elderly persons. Bidding and Contract Requirements prepared to HACE standards

HOBOKEN COVE, Hoboken, New Jersey - Gut renovation and conversion of "Old Lipton Tea" Warehouse to 520 condominium apartments. Assisted Beyer Blinder Belle, Architects with architectural DD and CD prepared for fast-track bidding and construction by construction manager under GMP contract.

PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR SERVICES, Bronx, NY: Six story apartment building and grounds serving special needs of grandchildren living with grandparents.

TENTH AVENUE CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS – Developer client, high end loft like units adjacent to High Line, panelized curtain wall and opaque metal and stucco panels.

Client: BEYER BLINDER BELLE Architects and Planners, 41 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003,
t: 212.777.7800, f: 212.475.7424. Partner-in Charge: Richard Southwick.

HAMPTON HOUSE, Madison Avenue @ East 70th Street: Exterior restoration, gut renovation and conversion of developer owned 1920's mid-sized hotel into luxury condominium apartments and new storefront and interior accommodations for three level Italian boutique Prada. Specifications Divisions 1 through 12 for fast-track bidding and award by construction manager.

Client: BONE LEVINE ARCHITECTS, 121 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012, 212.219.1038

300 WEST 109TH STREET, Manhattan: Project Manual for insurance company settlement for reconstruction and restoration of 100 year old fire damaged 11 story apartment building: Scope included removal of structural iron and terra cotta arches and replacement with steel and concrete floor system, matching wood doors, bronze hardware and decorative mouldings.

Client: HARMAN JABLIN ARCHITECTS, 35 West 36th Street, New York, NY 10018, 212.279.4477, Partner-in-Charge: Laurence Harman.

LIBERTY TERRACE, Jersey City, NJ - A new 128 unit, 9 story, developer built luxury apartment building.

Client: ALEXANDER GORLIN ARCHITECT LLC, 117 Varick Street, New York, NY 10013, T: 212.229.1199.

NEHEMIAH SPRING CREEK HOUSING, East Brooklyn, NY: First Phase of five phases of a new moderate income row house development consisting of 117 - 2, 3 and 4 story row houses containing approximately 184 dwelling units built on piles driven through new fill. Documents include full bidding and contract requirements as well as site infrastructure.

COMMON GROUND COMMUNITY, 148th Street and Brook Avenue, Bronx, NY: New six story building with approximately 190 single occupancy rooms for homeless persons. Social services offices, conference rooms and landscaped garden are also provided. Schematic phase Uniformat specifications, complete DD and CD/Bid Project Manuals for LEED Silver Certification.

Client: DAVIS BRODY BOND AEDAS, 315 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013, 212.633.4730.

Renaissance Ballroom Theater Complex, Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. between West 137th & 138th Streets. Project Manuals for new condominium residential tower over existing two story 1920s ballroom and theatre building shells being restored and preserved with new events space. Project includes parking garage for 47 cars.

Client: DeLaCOUR & FERRARA ARCHITECTS, P.C., 91 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201, 718.237.2862

GEEL COMMUNITY SERVICES, Bronx, NY: A six story and cellar apartment building with 70 studio apartments for people with supervised special social needs. CMU bearing walls and precast concrete plank floor and roof. Community facilities on Ground Floor, landscaped open spaces.

CONCERN for INDEPENDENT LIVING, 330 MacDougal Street, Brooklyn, NY: A new multi-unit residential building for developmentally disadvantaged persons. Five stories of factory produced stackable “boxes” for living units over ground level common dining room, library, laundry and social services offices.

TILDEN GARDENS, 2513 – 2519 Tilden Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11226: Project Manual for a residential building with a six story wing and four story wing containing 60 single room occupancy units for developmentally disabled clients, each with a bathroom and kitchen. All typical floor residential units, elevator shafts, lounges, and four egress stairs are being constructed off-site, in the modular housing fabrication factory of the Capsys Corporation at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, as stackable modular units, delivered and erected at the site by Capsys. All module interior finishes, mechanical and electrical construction are provided by Capsys at the factory.

HERKIMER STREET RESIDENCE, 437 Herkimer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11213: Project Manual for a 6 story mixed use residential building with 26 studio units and 28 – 2 bedroom units for developmentally disabled clients and low income tenants. Exterior walls face brick and aluminum composite panels with cold-formed metal framing backup which is also used for interior load bearing walls. The floor system consists of concrete on a deep-ribbed steel decking composite slab. A Rooftop solar array of 3,120 square feet will generate most of the annual domestic hot water requirements.

Project Manual for the first of four clusters of a total of 60 one and two bedroom apartments that are assembled from prefabricated modular units built by Capsys Corporation in an off-site factory. Unit support and demising walls and sloped roof trusses will be constructed of cold-formed metal framing. Exterior and interior finishes will be site applied.

Client: 18 GPS REALTY, INC. c.o. ZECHENDORF DEVELOPMENT, LLC, 445 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022
ROBERT A.M. STERN ARCHITECTS, LLP, 460 West 34th Street, New York, NY 10001
JOHN SCHIMENTI, P.C. ARCHITECT AIA, 126 Atlantic Avenue, Lynbrook, NY 11563

18 GRAMERCY PARK SOUTH, New York, NY 10003: Project Manual for the alteration of a landmarked sixteen story, penthouse and cellar former hotel to convert it to a condominium apartment building with typically one apartment per floor, except floors 16 and 17 will be a single duplex. Three new elevator pits will be excavated and shored for new concrete work, and sections of structural floors will be removed for new openings. Existing window openings will be widened for new windows. Interior finishes will include hardwood stile and rail doors and frames, and cut stone floor and wall tile. Cooling and heating will be by heat pump system with rooftop cooling tower.