92 Laight St. New York

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92 Laight St. New York

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Building Highlights

Landmarked building located in the TriBeCa North Historic District 

Designed by Thomas R. Jackson and erected in 1882. 

Fronts Vestry, Washington and West Streets. 

Project Highlights

Scope of Project: After sustaining extensive damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, FSI was commissioned to engineer all new electrical and mechanical systems as well as waterproofing the structure. 

FSI's Involvement: The two cellar electrical rooms were combined and relocated to the first floor level in what was previously a bicycle room. The Con Edison service was extended from the original service point at 92 Laight Street through a concrete encased duct bank to the new room. In addition, all mechanical equipment was replaced. A dry flood proofing system was designed, comprised of levels of protection with fillable bladders, flood barriers, and an emergency generator connection for twelve dewatering pumps. 

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