Founded in 1919 as a modern, progressive, free institution by New York academics, The New School is currently home to some 9,300 students. Renowned for its teaching, international think tank, World Policy Institute, Parsons School for Design (the university’s highly competitive art school), and as the host of the National Book Awards, the school has cultivated an atmosphere that encourages individuality and enlightenment.
New York Engineers was involved in the renovation of the 12th floor of The New School building in order to create a modern, multiuse events space. A master plan, feasibility, and survey were performed, and a new VAV HVAC system for individual comfort was recommended, as well as new power and lighting. Sprinkler and fire alarm systems were upgraded.
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The New School University
New York University
New York University (NYU), based in Greenwich Village and founded in 1831, is recognized as one of largest private universities in the United States, and a distinguished member in the Association of American Universities.
New York University | Meyer Building
The design of new 80,000 CFM built up air handler was completed to replace the existing in the Meyer Building of New York University.
Olivet University, a small Christian school based out of San Francisco, has purchased the 1,000 acre former Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center in Wingdale, NY.
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