Prevention Assistance and <br> Temporary Housing (PATH) Intake Center <br> NYC Department of Homeless Services
New seven-story building for the NYC Department of Homeless Services. The structure is framed in structural steel with precast hollow-core plank floor systems. The building is sited directly adjacent to a vehicular bridge and Metro North railway. Jeffrey Beane was an engineer for all phases of design and construction.* *completed at prior firm.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is the nation’s busiest performing arts center and a living memorial to President Kennedy. The REACH provides approximately 72,000 sf of rehearsal and educational space. It expands the memorial to a living landscape, the largest green roof in Washington, D.C. The building is constructed with architecturally […]
New 13,000 sf private residence with a pool house and separate guest house. The house is narrow with large dormers and arranged around a hollow center and framed as a traditional wood post and beam structure. Jeffrey Beane was an engineer for all design and construction phases.* *completed at previous firm
Located on a 6-acre site in the southwest corner of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the development includes five buildings: three new buildings for retail and light-industrial use; a restaurant; and the restoration and preservation of Quarters B, the only remaining 19th century residence formerly used as officers’ quarters. The largest of the buildings, Building A, […]
New 20,000 sf beachfront private residence. The two-story concrete and timber structure elegantly wraps around an interior courtyard. The roof is a a ruled surface with hundreds of geometrically unique fabricated timber trusses exposed to the spaces below. Jeffrey Beane was the project manager and lead engineer for all phases of design and construction.* *completed at […]