NY Engineers have worked with a variety of medical and healthcare spaces to provide MEP/FP support for renovation, expansion, and new construction projects for hospitals, nursing and rehabilitation centers, and private doctor’s offices.
The Galleria is one of Manhattan’s finest luxury full service condominium buildings. This building is located right on the border of Midtown East and the Upper East Side and is close to many great restaurants (TAO, Le Cirque, etc…), world class shopping (Channel, Bloomingdales, etc.) and transportation (subways, buses and of course taxis).
Founded in 1983, the Institute for Family Health empowers its patients to take control of their health annually. They operate 27 health care centers in Manhattan, the Bronx and the Hudson Valley that provide primary care, behavioral health, dental, and social services for nearly 100,000 patients annually, while helping to reach out into the community.
We have provided professional MEP/FA engineering consultation services for the renovation. Our proposal is based on the drawings sent and correspondence with our office on 07-5-2016 The project consists of renovating select spaces within the 2 story, 9,000 ft2 facility. MEP/FA renovations shall be designed to reflect new floor plan – new rooms included shall be lockers, soiled holding room, precepting room, storage, nurse manager and practice administration area, waiting room, and clean room, as well as other areas within the existing space. Space shall undergo DOH review.
Rockland Psychiatric Center provides treatment, rehabilitation, and support to adults 18 and older with serious mental illness. RPC has services at multiple levels of care, including hospital-based care, ambulatory clinic care, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams, clubhouses, transitional and other residences, and family care residences.
NYE provided professional MEP/FP engineering consultation services for the renovation. The project consists of renovating the approximately 1,817 ft2 medical office on the 1st floor. A demising wall partitioned the office into 2 equal spaces, each consisting of 3-4 treatment rooms, one lab room with sink, and a reception/waiting area.