Prevention Assistance and
Temporary Housing (PATH) Intake Center
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 Illinois State Capitol was constructed between 1868 and 1888, and at 361 feet, it is the tallest capitol dome in the United States. As part of a multi-phased approach, the team performed a structural conditions assessment, non-destructive and material testing and a preliminary structural analysis of the wrought iron dome and masonry drum walls. […]
Preservation and adaptive reuse of a 75-foot-tall timber-framed grain elevator originally located on the Washburn dock along Sturgeon Bay’s west side waterfront. Constructed in 1901, the structure was added to the State and National Register of Historic Places in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Structural work includes new foundations and lateral system, wood repairs, new fenestrations […]