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Confidential Consolidation

A headquarters consolidation in Midtown Manhattan

There are of course many advantages to having all employees work together in one location, and this project brought three New York City offices together into one location in Midtown Manhattan.

The new office consisted of the open and private offices, reception areas, meeting spaces, large training areas, telepresence rooms and a data center. 

In order to ensure reliability of the data center, it was designed with redundant HVAC and UPS systems as well as a preaction sprinkler system. The mechanical systems were a combined system of the landlord base building air handling system and our client’s supplemental systems.

From the beginning, this client was clear about wanting to get this project done quickly. What enabled us to meet this goal was good communication from our team, effective teamwork with the architect, and clear decision making from the client. 

In the end, they were working out of their one new space exactly when they planned to be.

Project Type
Interiors
Client
Location
New York, NY
Architect
Corgan Associates
Square Footage
125,000

Project Services

Electrical (Interiors)

Prepared electrical lighting drawings for fixture circuiting, specification and switching. Prepared power drawings with circuiting, panels, transformers, exit signs and emergency lighting.

Fire Alarm (Interiors)

Prepared drawings showing selections and locations for ADA compliant audible and visual fire alarm devices.

Fire Protection (Interiors)

Prepared drawings showing distribution piping and locations of sprinkler heads, preaction and/or FM 200 systems.

Mechanical (Interiors)

Designed HVAC systems including transfer fans, environmental requirements, controls and management systems.

Plumbing (Interiors)

Designed plumbing fixture locations and rough-in requirements.

Technology Consulting

Designed a technology infrastructure, and coordinated performance and layout requirements with business and related technology plans. Addressed equipment spatial requirements, pathways, bandwidth, cabling systems, performance, systems administration, equipment refresh impacts, and ROI analysis on specified infrastructures.