79 Laight St. New York

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79 Laight St. New York

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Building Highlights

Located in the TriBeCa North Historic District. 

Utilitarian style building erected in 1853.

Project was commissioned by Gorcers Steam Sugar Refining Company, architect name remains unknown. 

Project Highlights

Scope of Project: FSI engineered the building's electrical, mechanical and life security systems after the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. 

FSI's Involvement: Designed the reconstruction of the cellar mechanical rooms in addition to engineering and specifying new boilers, heaters, chillers and water pumps. The fire alarm system received new pumps and controls. The electrical room was then relocated to higher ground. Lastly, the firm engineered the system and structural modifications to accommodate the electrical room. 

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