What is of value is worth protecting. That is the fundamental premise in protecting buildings and their occupants and contents. In life safety design for buildings, the most valuable asset is human capital; the building is secondary to the people in it.
Insurance companies are busting clients left and right over fire safety code shortfalls. On the one hand, nobody wants to be caught in the line of fire. On the other hand, hard to read code regulations are good candidates for the back burner.
During the past decade, millennials have flocked to larger cities to take advantage of abundant employment opportunities and an environment of restaurants, shopping, culture and community. The ability to use mass transit in place of a car has added to the appeal. New York, NY
International Women’s Day was Friday, March 8th this year, and Professional Women in Construction’s Professional Development Advisory Council (PDAC) hosted an informational panel on integrated project delivery to celebrate!
ACEC New York believes in the value of project delivery systems that guide the design of public and private facilities, are in the best interest of the owner, utilize a Qualifications-Based Selection (QBS) procedure for the selection of design professionals...New York, NY
On Wednesday, March 27th, the IREM Greater New York chapter held a breakfast meeting at the Union League Club featuring a panel discussion about the latest rules and regulations about elevator door safety, especially in light of the January 1, 2020 deadline New York, NY
BOMA New York continues to sell out its monthly Lunch & Learn programs. On March 21st, John Griffin and Jon Darcy, from Advanced Concept Energy Solutions, addressed the packed boardroom to review the challenges associated...Harrison, NJ
Eastone Equities, a New York City-based real estate private equity firm, has launched Harrison Yards, a $340 million transit-oriented class A mixed-use development that promises to deliver a new urban lifestyle. Harrison Yards sits on two adjacent sites along Frank E. Rodgers Blvd
Brookfield Properties and Convene have partnered to create a 73,000 s/f, multi-use, flagship venue at Brookfield Place. The full-service events space will be managed by Convene’s staff of hospitality professionals, further enhancing Brookfield Place as a destinationNew York, NY
Compound Asset Management (Compound), a New York City-based real estate asset management company, will integrate New York City’s most accurate automated valuation model, also known as AVM, as part of the firm’s data aggregation platform for urban residential real estate investment.