TENNIS BUBBLE

PROJECT INFORMATION

NY Engineers was hired with Superstructures Architects to assess whether or not a tennis bubble at a Queens athletic facility was up to New York State’s current applicable energy conservation codes, with a particular focus on the bubble’s potential in-wall condensation issues.

Location
Queens, NY
Area
37,500 ft2
Budget
$3M
Architect
Superstructures

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