Columbia University, founded in 1754, is the oldest institution of learning in New York State and fifth oldest in the United States. It is located in Upper Manhattan, in Morningside Heights and occupies 32 acres. Columbia is organized into 20 schools, and administers the Pulitzer Prize annually.
New York Engineers helped to provide mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering consultation services for McBain Hall, floors 1 through 8. Work completed includes: conversion of heating system and new design of lighting system in the lounges and kitchens.
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EF Academy | Dorm Renovation: St. John's
EF Academy helps to provide education for global citizens of all ages and backgrounds.
College of Staten Island Student Center
The multi-level building features and contains student dining facilities and an atrium design with a highly specialized smoke purge system.
Columbia University | Fairchild Laboratory
Founded in 1754 as King’s College, Columbia University is one of the most revered institutions in the world.
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