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BOMA New York hosts Annual Holiday Luncheon

New York, NY Completing a year of producing record setting events, the Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) of New York entertained 900 commercial real estate executives at the Grand Hyatt for its Annual Holiday Luncheon.

Top issues for New York engineering firms in 2020 - by Jay Simson, ACEC New York

ACEC New York continues to highlight the exceptional qualifications, expertise and efficiencies brought by private engineering design firms. State taxpayers benefit from ACEC New York member firms’ creativity and flexibility in multiplying the

Swanson of AKF named to PWC’s 2019 “20 Under 40”

New York, NY According to AKF, a global leader in engineering, technology, design, consulting and commissioning, its director of design technology, Nora Swanson, PE, LEED AP, has been selected by Professional Women in Construction (PWC) as one of

Saber Real Estate Advisors, PCD Development, and Circle Squared Alternative Investments break ground on The Duet

White Plains, NY A development partnership comprising Saber Real Estate Advisors LLC, PCD Development LLC, and Circle Squared Alternative Investments marked the groundbreaking of “The Duet,” a multifamily residential

Professional Women in Construction celebrates a successful 2019

New York, NY Professional Women in Construction (PWC) ended the year with its annual holiday party on December 10th at Bryant Park Grill. The event featured “20 women under 40” that were honored for their

The next Local Law 196 deadline is approaching: Here’s what you need to know to be prepared - by David Meade

December 1st marked the deadline for certain construction workers – namely those who work at jobsites that require a construction superintendent, site safety coordinator, or site safety manager—to have completed 30 hours of

Local Law 87 calls for a third party engineering firm to conduct on-site assessment and RCx - by Drew Ferraro

Local Law 87 (LL87) is an extensive energy audit requirement that calls for a third party engineering firm to conduct an on-site assessment and retro-commissioning study (RCx). It cannot be done in house, and it’s much different than

What can an owner do to mitigate the possibility of injury to the public due to ice formation? - by Matthew Cronin

As we enter the heart of winter in New York City, it is a good time to consider the potential dangers of ice accumulating and falling from the tall buildings that make up our city skyline. We’re already seeing some extremely cold temperatures, and

Brookfield and Convene open 73,000 s/f event venue at Brookfield Place

Manhattan, NY Brookfield Properties and Convene are opening a flagship event venue at Brookfield Place. Operated by Convene’s staff of hospitality professionals, the 73,000 s/f, multi-use venue for meetings and events will further

“Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life” – It’s a journey worth taking - by Steven Schleider

We did not coin the headline of this article. It’s the title of a brilliant documentary about the relationship between the natural world and built environment; how deprivation from being around nature negatively affects us; and how being around nature is beneficial to our health, state of mind and productivity.