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projects   |   2011

Harlem Hospital New Patient Pavilion

Modernization of the more than 100- year-old teaching hospital’s campus makes room for improved patient care and community outreach in Harlem.

CCNY Marshak Science Building

The City College of New York’s largest graduate science teaching and research facility finds new life with a steel- reinforced re-skinning of its deteriorating concrete facade.

Atlantic Terminal Pavilion

Formerly known as Flatbush Terminal, a new station at the corner of Flatbush Avenue and Hanson Place near downtown Brooklyn connects the western-most terminus of the LIRR with ten New York City subway lines.

8 Spruce Street

Frank Gehry’s new shimmering stainless steel facade makes waves in downtown Manhattan. A collision of Manhattan's famously vertical cityscape and Gehry's equally famous geometrics, 8 Spruce Street lives up to the billing.

Barnard College Diana Center

The school’s new multidisciplinary building relies on a steel structure to meet its complex and tightly packed programming requirements.

Learning Spring School

A sheltering facade of zinc panels and aluminum louvers lets filtered daylight in while keeping autistic students focused on the lessons at hand.

Hypar Pavilion

Lincoln Center’s new restaurant and rooftop lawn relies on structural steel to create a valuable public space and a reinvigorated campus.