Serving the New York Hispanic Community since 1969, Acacia Network is funded by HDC and HPD. They provide social services including affordable housing, health services, transportation services, and job services.
New York Engineers renovated and reprogrammed the 20,000 ft2 Bronx Acacia Network office, consisting of conference room, cafeteria, and control center with full MEP/FP upgrades. The Acacia Network organization is well known for the various services they offer such as affordable housing, transportation, and employment opportunities. In addition, they offer a wide range of health services to all ages, including medical diagnosis and care in areas such as Adult Medicine, Pediatrics, Women's Health Services, Podiatry, Eye Care, Asthma Care, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Diabetes Care & Education, HIV Testing & Care, Psychiatry and Mental Health Services, and much more.
Operating from 1892 until 1954, Ellis Island was the nation’s busiest immigrant inspection station, processing an estimated 12 million people during its 62 years of service, and today nearly one third of Americans can trace their ancestry back to the island.
NY Engineers was hired by Mark Mariscal Architect to perform a building conditions assessment on a building belonging to the Bialystoker Synagogue which is used to provide housing community members in need, most of whom are elderly.