LANDMARK AT EASTVIEW ENERGY CONSERVATION RELATED PROJECTS - Tarrytown, NY
Client: Landmark at Eastview
The Landmark at Eastview is one of the largest privately owned, multi-tenant science parks in New York State. The complex consists of five major buildings with over 740,000 sf of sophisticated research and development facilites and high tech office space all served by a central utility plant. TAS Engineering, PC has been retained by Landmark at Eastview to conduct various energy conservation related projects including:
Design for a two-stage, steam absorption chiller to reduce electricity consumption.
Engineering study to determine the feasibility of replacing existing central plant chilled water and condenser water pumps with either steam turbine or gas driven pumps.
Engineering study and implementation of installing variable frequency drives on the complex's many fan and pump motors.
CO-OP CITY LIGHTING SYSTEMS UPGRADE - Bronx, NY
Client: RiverBay Corporation
This Mitchell-Lama state supervised middle income housing complex with apartments in 35 high rise buildings, 236 two family houses and three shopping centers received a grant from NYS Energy Research & Development Administration (NYSERDA). The program and funding is keyed to energy savings projects. TAS Engineering, PC prepared the plans and specifications for the energy efficient lighting upgrade of corridors, apartments, stairwells and common areas throughout the complex. Over 95,000 fixtures are to be replaced or retrofitted.
515 MADISON AVENUE LEED CERTIFICATION FOR EXISTING BUILDING - New York, NY
Client: Great Forest
TAS Engineering, PC was retained by Great Forest, a sustainability consultant, to conduct an ASHRAE Level I study and determine the Energystar rating for the building. We also prepared a computer energy model for the building. This information was used for gaining LEED certification for an existing building.
BRITISH AIRWAYS/ONE WORLD ALLIANCE - New York, NY
After 25 years in the Bulova Building in Queens, British Airways relocated its New York headquarters to a 46,000 sf office space at 2 Park Avenue, a midtown high-rise office building. Joining British Airways were other members of One World Alliance including American Airlines.
This project involved providing the HVAC, plumbing, electrical, fire alarm and fire protection systems design for office space including a computer facility. The computer room was designed to accommodate the different participating airlines computer systems. A UPS system was provided and in-line rack precision cooling systems provided for redundant cooling.
The project is LEED certified.
“The project team worked tirelessly together to complete a great project within an aggressive schedule. It truly is an example of teamwork at its finest” stated Randy Applebaum, Vice President with Jones Lang LaSalle, who managed the owner’s representative team on the project.