Design / Build

Executive of the Month: Sturzeneker, senior superving safety consultant at TSC: Has obtained 25 licenses and certifications

New York, NY Denio Sturzeneker, senior supervising safety consultant for Total Safety Consulting (TSC), grew up in Belo Horizonte (Portuguese for beautiful horizon), Brazil, just steps from the bairro

Urbanstrong team receives GRHC Award of Excellence for living wall

New York, NY Urbanstrong, in partnership with EcoWalls and Parker Plants, received the Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC)  Award of Excellence in the Interior Living Wall category for the team

Building repositioning: Navigating today’s real estate market - by Irem Yildiz

The real estate industry is in a state of flux as technology continues to impact how people work and live at an ever-increasing pace. These advancements in connectivity - accompanied by a diversified workforce, a new

New rules for fire safety guides, checklists and Close The Door signs deadline April 30 - by Evan Lipstein

The FDNY has just formalized a new rule 3 RCNY 401-06, entitled, “Fire and Emergency Preparedness Guide, Checklist and Notices.” The FDNY adopted this new rule to implement the provisions of Local Laws 114 and

Construction real estate - local law compliance: Building in New York City - by Leslie Cook

The New York City building code is an ever-changing panoply of rules and regulations, with new local laws and regulations coming out every day. Miss a new regulation and your project could be faced with thousands of

Syska Hennessy promotes Loh to senior principal

New York, NY Val Loh, Syska Hennessy’s global practice leader for Information and Communication Technology (ICT), has been promoted to senior principal, according to Cyrus Izzo, co-president

Crystal Window & Door named New York Passive House organization

Queens, NY National manufacturer Crystal Window & Door Systems has become a member of the New York Passive House (NYPH) organization. This non-profit was founded in 2010 by professionals in the design

Water, water, lead sweet water: A three-step approach to access/manage a lead in water risk - by Lee Wasserman

Wow! Who would have thought the whole lead-in-water issue would resurrect itself in Newark, N.J.?  Didn’t we figure this one out? And didn’t our public water systems have enough common sense to keep their

Boddewyn Gaynor Architects designs/expands Metropolitan Fine Arts and Antiques showroom

Manhattan, N.Y. For more than 40 years, Boddewyn Gaynor Architects (BGA), has specialized in fine arts and antiques from Europe and Asia, such as vintage Rene Lalique glass, Faberge eggs as well as a full

Manning joins Shen Milsom & Wilke

New York, NY Bruce Manning, CTS-D, has joined Shen Milsom & Wilke as an associate principal, audiovisual. With nearly 40 years