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01.21.2009
Engineers

Bronx Zoo Lion House by FXFowle with Anastos Engineering
David Sundberg/Esto


MEP

AltieriSeborWieber
31 Knight St., Norwalk, CT
203-866-5538
www.altieriseborwieber.com

BR+A Engineers
105 Madison Ave., New York
212-840-0060
www.brplusa.com

Cosentini Associates
Two Pennsylvania Plaza, New York
212-615-3600
www.cosentini.com

Ibrahim & Ibrahim
165 Friend St., Boston, MA
617-723-9766

Jaros Baum & Bolles
80 Pine St., New York
212-530-9300
www.jbb.com

Kallen & Lemelson Consulting Engineers
520 8th Ave., New York
212-643-9898
www.klengineers.com

Landmark Facilities Group
252 East Ave., Norwalk, CT
203-866-4626
www.lfginc.com

Laszlo Bodak Engineer
45 West 36th St., New York
212-643-1444
www.lbepc.com

M/E Engineers
10 Airline Dr., Albany, NY
518-533-2171
www.meengineering.com

WSP Flack + Kurtz
512 7th Ave., New York
212-532-9600
www.flackandkurtz.com

 
CIVIL/
ENVIRONMENTAL

Langan Engineering and Environmental Services
360 West 31st St., New York
212-479-5400
www.langan.com

Philip Habib & Associates
226 West 26th St., New York
212-929-5656
www.phaeng.com

 

STRUCTURAL

Anastos Engineering Associates
240 West 35th St., New York
212-714-0993
www.anastoseng.com

Arup
155 6th Ave., New York
212-229-2669
www.arup.com

DeSimone Consulting Engineers
18 West 18th St., New York
212-532-2211
www.de-simone.com

Gilsanz Murray Steficek
129 West 27th St., New York
212-254-0030
www.gmsllp.com

Halcrow Yolles
22 Cortlandt St., New York
212-608-4962
www.halcrow.com

Koutsoubis Alonso Associates
70 East Old Country Rd.
Hicksville, NY
516-931-8282 

Leslie E. Roberts and Associates
30 Broad St., New York
212-750-9000
www.lera.com

Liam O’Hanlon Engineering
18 Second Ave.
Port Washington, NY
516-883-3104

Rodney D. Gibble Consulting Engineers
19 West 21st St., New York
212-989-2853

Severud Associates
469 7th Ave., New York
212-986-3700
www.severud.com

Sharon Engineering
34–27 Steinway St.
Long Island City
718-752-1500
www.sharonengineering.com

Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
19 West 34th St., New York
212-271-7000
www.sgh.com

Thornton Tomasetti
51 Madison Ave., New York
917-661-7966
www.thettgroup.com

Weidlinger Associates
375 Hudson St., New York
212-367-3000
www.wai.com

WSP Cantor Seinuk
228 East 45th St., New York
212-687-9888
www.wspcs.com

 


DAVID AND JOYCE DINKINS GARDENS BY DATTNER ARCHITECTS WITH RODNEY D. GIBBLE CONSULTING ENGINEERS
COURTESY DATTNER
 


p.f.1 by work ac with lera  
elizabeth felicella
 
 

 “AltieriSeborWieber understand how incredibly difficult it is to bring museum quality equipment into an historic building. They were incredibly patient in testing everything and did not compromise on delivery. Real first class quality.”
Annabelle Selldorf
Selldorf Architects

BR+A’s niche is lab buildings, which can be very complex, and where the general equipment costs and systems are 30 to 50 percent more than for an office building. When you layer sustainability and energy efficiency on top of that it gets even more complicated. These guys took it all in stride working with us collaboratively to come out with a great solution.”
Renny Logan
Richard Meier & Partners

“There were some pretty high-octane spaces in the Albert Einstein labs and Flack + Kurtz had the expertise to design those. It was also important for them to make sure it was designed in a systematic way, because the mechanical system was all exposed, all part of the architecture.”
Chris Baylow
Payette

“Rick Meilan of Kallen & Lemelson was a real partner during the design process. He worked through all of the iterations with us and helped us consider different possibilities for the building system. Together we tried out different scenarios in order to make the building as sustainable as possible.”
Sylvia Smith
FXFowle

“Rob at Rodney D. Gibble Consulting Engineers is great to work with. On the David and Joyce Dinkins Gardens project, he was very flexible and open to the idea of changing the direction of the planks and allowing for green roof loads.”
William Stein
Dattner Architects

“Dan Sesil and his team at LERA were integral to P.F.1. They did intensive research into the structural properties of paper, and developed new modeling techniques to predict the reactions of the cardboard structure. On site, they developed dozens of options and drawings for connections, construction sequencing, and waterproofing.”
Amale Andraos
Work AC

“Chris Anastos of Anastos Engineering was directly involved throughout the whole process of Lion House. We ran into many difficult construction situations because of some instability in the existing structure. Chris was very hands-on in working those things through.”
Sylvia Smith
FXFowle

Liam O’Hanlon once worked for Arup but started his own company a few years ago. We love working with Arup, of course, but they are a big firm that cannot always find time for small projects. Liam provides a high level of inventiveness and attention to detail, which is unusual for such a small office. They are the best engineers we have found for a small office.”
Scott Marble
Marble Fairbanks