The Actors' Temple, officially named Congregation Ezrath Israel, is a synagogue founded in 1917 in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Located at 339 West 47th Street since 1923, the temple was originally dubbed "The West Side Hebrew Relief Association", and it was the synagogue of choice for the entertainment industry. Many vaudeville, musical theater, television, and nightclub performers attended services there, including Sophie Tucker, Shelley Winters, Milton Berle, Al Jolson, Jack Benny, Joe E. Lewis, Edward G. Robinson, as well as several of the Three Stooges.
We provided MEP professional consulting engineering services for the project.A 3 story synagogue 3500sf was surveyed. A survey of existing conditions with recommendations and cost estimates was provided.
We provided Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Sprinkler professional consulting engineering services for a private residence in the iconic Plaza Hotel. The project consisted of a gut renovation of the space and involved alterations of the HVAC and the addition of full sprinkler coverage.
Standing on a space once occupied by a lecture hall owned by Yeshiva University, 237 East 34th Street will be a mixed use building featuring 107 condominiums spread across 26 floors, plus first floor retail space.