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WTC Path Terminal

The World Trade Center PATH Terminal provides access to the PATH trains connecting New York and New Jersey. The WTC PATH project is the replacement to the previous WTC PATH Terminal that was lost during September 11th. Fire Engineering work for this project involved the development of the initial fire and life safety strategy and review ... Read More

 

Tweed Courthouse

The Old New York County Courthouse in New York City, more commonly known as the Tweed Courthouse, was built in the mid 1800’s.  It is a New York City Landmark, as well as a National Historic Landmark. In the 1990’s it underwent an extensive rehabilitation to bring back its past grandeur.  During this time, Chris developed ... Read More

 

Excelsior Florence Hotel

On Condè Nast’s list of top 75 hotels in Europe, the Excelsior Florence is located in Piazza Ognissanti, neighbouring the famous Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery and Pitti Palace in downtown Florence. The Excelsior Florence is one of the great Historic Hotels of the World. During the recent overall rehabilitation of the Hotel, Chris was involved with conducting ... Read More

 

Amarbayasgalant Monastery – Mongolia

Amarbayasgalant Monastery was built 300 years ago and is comprised of the remaining 28 of the 40 original Temples. Amarbayasgalant is one of the oldest remaining Buddhist Monasteries in Mongolia and their only structure to be on the World Heritage List’s Tentative List.  This Buddhist Monastery represents one of Mongolia’s National Treasures. Chris’s work involved the ... Read More

 

Danieli Hotel, Venice, Italy

At the end of the 14th century, the noble Venetian family the Dandolos built a palace on the Grand Canal which is now the Danieli Hotel. From the historical records, this building was one of the most richly decorated buildings in Venice where there were always social events Restoration work was undertaken to restore the grand ... Read More

 

Excelsior Roma

Rising regally at the top of the Via Venato, and recently added to Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List, the Excelsior Roma underwent renovations to restore the grand luxury of this Historic Hotel. Our work there included reviewing the fire and life safety features of this historic hotel including egress, detection/alarm systems, suppression systems, smoke management systems ... Read More

 

Park Avenue Armory

The Armory was built by the first volunteer militia to respond to President Lincoln’s call for troops in 1861. The Armory was built not only as a military facility but also as a social club. Some of the most prominent designers of the time were involved with the design of the Reception rooms on the ... Read More

 

St Patrick’s Cathedral

St Patrick’s Cathedral is a decorated neo-Gothic-style Cathedral that was built from 1858 through 1879.  It is the seat of the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.   In 1976 it was declared a National Historic Landmark. During the current renovation project, fire and life safety engineering and consulting work included the development of ...

 

Statue of Liberty

Dedicated in 1886, and designated a National Monument in 1924, the Statue of Liberty stands at the entrance to the gateway to the United States.  In looking to further understand evacuation times from not only the Statue, but also from the entire Island, detailed evacuation studies were undertaken.  These looked at numerous scenarios, occupant characteristics ... Read More

 
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