Design / Build

Brookfield Properties tops out Third at Bankside – 458 units

Bronx, NY Brookfield Properties has topped out the final tower at the 458-unit, phase 1 site, “Third at Bankside,” located at 2401 Third Ave. and broken ground at Bankside’s phase 2 site, “Lincoln at Bankside,” located at 101 Lincoln Ave.

TiniFiber offers Micro Armor Fiber Optic Cabling Solution for office consolidations/relocations

Farmingdale, NY TiniFiber is seeing increasing demand for the solution stemming from the pandemic-driven office consolidation movement and subsequent relocations of many businesses.

We have the funds and the tech – NYC just needs energy efficiency project sponsors - by Walter King

These are totally unprecedented times for commercial real estate (CRE) in New York City. Aside from the obvious effects of COVID-19 and related shutdowns of entire office buildings, NYC is about to get really tough on inefficient buildings and the landlords who own them.

NYSERDA honors four Magnusson Architecture and Planning projects

New York, NY Four Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) projects are among the 14 winners of the second round of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA’s) Buildings of Excellence competition.

Kostow Greenwood completes TIGER 21’s new executive conference center and office

New York, NY Kostow Greenwood Architects celebrated the completion of TIGER 21’s (The Investment Group for Enhanced Results in the 21st Century) new 4,500 s/f executive conference center and office.

WSP USA acquires kW Mission Critical Engineering

Troy, NY WSP USA has acquired kW Mission Critical Engineering (kW MCE). Aligned with WSP’s 2019-2021 Global Strategic Plan, combining kW’s mission critical expertise and 175 employees with WSP’s global footprint means the two firms can now offer best-in-class mission critical engineering services

Construction logistics and access challenges in a pandemic - by Tracy Lea Neff

Over the last year, the construction industry like many other industries have faced various impacts from the pandemic. One of the largest hurdles they have had to overcome is the lack of access to job sites. Around the world safety restrictions have been instituted,

Dyer Brown: Emerging trends in workplace food service

New York, NY As companies of all sizes start to think about what it will be like to return to more frequent in-person work, the lessons of a year of remote productivity have many rethinking priorities and considering reducing the office footprint.

How saving $200,000 can cost you $1.2 million - by Alen Gershkovich

Contracting the low bidder is enticing, but what will it really cost your project? When a lack of experience is guiding the building process, the fallout can be extremely expensive; we have seen it time and time again.

Design/Build Exec. of the Month: Lee Wasserman of LEW Corp. assists owners and managers with NYC lead-based paint requirements

Mine Hill, NJ The New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) sat down with Lee Wasserman, president of LEW Corp.. for a question and answer session.