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Sheraton New York

Engineering in four phases to upgrade the public spaces of a midtown hotel

For a busy midtown hotel, daily operations had to go on, even while the public spaces were being renovated. In order to make this happen, we provided phased engineering into four phases. The project included the renovation of the lobby and restaurant/lounge areas. 

 The front lobby renovation included the library bar/link café, and a portion of the main front lobby. The renovation consisted mainly updating the aesthetics. To support this, we modified the electrical systems to meet the needs of the new program.

 The second phase of the project was the renovation of the Center Lobby. Phases three and four were the renovation of the restaurant spaces, including the main restaurant and lounge areas, and the bar. We modified the existing MEP/FP systems to meet the requirements of the new program and to meet ADA requirements. We also coordinated the technology infrastructure with other engineering disciplines in order to develop great construction drawings.

Project Type
Hospitality
Client
Location
New York, NY
Architect
Gensler
Square Footage
11,500

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.