projects | 2016
New Computer Science Building, Stony Brook University
As computer science facilities around the country compete with each other for top talent, an open, light-filled design gives the discipline a more public face in Stony Brook.
National September 11 Memorial Museum
The museum designed to address myriad memories and experiences sits at bedrock, the result of design innovation and complex engineering 70 feet below where the Twin Towers once stood.
Whitney Museum of American Art
Pushing a column-free design to its limits, Renzo Piano and a team of innovative architects and engineers bring extraordinary exhibition space to the Meatpacking District.
Manhattan Districts 1/2/5 Garage
A new toolbox for three Department of Sanitation garages conceals its operations behind an energy-saving operable façade designed to stand up to the neighborhood’s architectural dynamism.
John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4
The new terminal complex consolidates Delta's operations at JFK with a structural steel design that fulfills the original master plan for the terminal and improves the experience of the more than 11 million passengers who will pass through it each year.
National September 11 Memorial Museum Entry Pavilion Structure
A 47,000-square-foot structure meets a diverse range of needs at the World Trade Center’s complicated building site; first and foremost, it provides a striking point of entry into the Memorial Museum for millions of visitors each year.
National September 11 Memorial Museum Entry Pavilion Facade
The pavilion’s stainless steel and glass enclosure incorporates transparent and reflective properties while maintaining a connection to the rest of the world Trade Center development.
121st Police Precinct Station House
A cantilevered structural steel design allows Staten Island’s new police station to sit on a challenging site—and become a new model for civic buildings in the city.
Fordham University Law School and Residence Hall
The new face of the school’s Lincoln Center campus uses two curved structural steel trusses to accommodate a tight budget and the need for column-free spaces within the new mixed-use building.
Fulton Center Structure
New York City’s subway system is a wonder of the world—which most riders take for granted. At the new Fulton Center in Lower Manhattan, a single escalator ride can remind even the most jaded urbanites of the marvel at their service.
Promise Academy I
Promise Academy I, a new project by nonprofit organization Harlem Children’s Zone, relies on a steel structure to meet the building’s multiple educational programming needs and solve challenges posed by its tight construction site.
One World Trade Center Structure
A product of both historic loss and future goals for Lower Manhattan, the building’s structural steel frame maximizes safety, construction efficiency, and tenant experience.
One World Trade Center Facade
An icon before it was ever built, the tower in Lower Manhattan is known throughout the world by a shimmering facade that protects those within even as it enhances the city around it.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Structural steel enables a 15-story tower to overhang a train tunnel. Engineers knew that structural steel is the only material with the strength-to-weight ration capable of handling the dynamic forces at play.