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If you have any doubt about patience being a virtue, look no further than the folks at Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, whose vision during the mortgage crisis will pay off handsomely while showcasing some of the other smartest guys in the room Earlier this month, ENR New York‘s Peter Maloney wrote a brilliant, ‘Best Project, Office/Retail/Mixed-Use’ piece titled “Project of the Year: 7 […]
Properties must be kept safe under NYC Administrative Code §28-301.1 . Stalled construction sites and poorly maintained properties are especially vulnerable. Temporary Heat Temporary heating equipment used at construction sites must comply with NYC Fire Code §1403. If you have a Fire Department variance to use a coal-fired heater, you must minimize the fire load […]
The owner and building management company of an Upper West Side building have been charged with Local Law 11 violations that led to the death last year of a 2-year-old girl. From the New York Daily News: Little Greta Greene and her grandmother, Susan Frierson, were sitting on a sidewalk bench on May 17, 2015 […]
Falling debris at Union Station hit three people Tuesday, seriously injuring one woman who was hit in the head. “As I was standing in line on the platform to exit on the Madison Street side, I felt something very hard, very heavy, sharp hit me on the top of my head,” said Hilda Piell of […]
Maybe Dan Eschenasy, PE Chief Structural Engineer at NYC’s Department of Buildings didn’t coin the phrase ‘build safe, live safe’, but he did put together