Architectural Record magazine’s special commemorative issue “The Death and Life of a Great American City: New York 2001-2011,” honors New York City as a 21st-century design capital. In a section titled, “The City Reimagined: The Future of New York,” Record’s editors name the top 12 projects that are spearheading the transformation of the cityscape today. Dagher Engineering, based in New York, was involved with five of these projects, including:
Fresh Kills Park
Dagher Engineering designed a 770 square-foot photovoltaic arrayshade system and battery enclosure as the lead electrical and plumbing design consultant for the North Park Schmul entrance.
West 57th Street
Dagher Engineering is providing sustainable strategies and design as the lead MEP consultant for the Durst Organziation’s latest cutting-edge venture with BIG.
Hudson Park & Boulevard
Dagher Engineering is helping transform the area from a desolate industrial neighborhood to a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly mixed-use district as the lead MEP consultant for the green center of the new Hudson Yards, the Hudson Park & Boulevard.
The BAM Cultural District
Dagher Engineering provided the MEP design for the Visual Arts Plaza and the streetscape of this new cultural district around the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Governor’s Island Park & Public Spaces
Dagher Engineering is the lead MEP consultant for a visionary scheme for 87 acres of public space on Governors Island that is expected to generate a small scale construction boom.