STATE UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND | SUNY Plaza Office Towers Interior Renovations

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STATE UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND | SUNY Plaza Office Towers Interior Renovations

  • Project Size: Phase 1 - South Tower 6th - 9th Floors – 6,850 sf | Phase 2 - Center Tower 6th – 12th Floors - 14,300 sf
  • Project Location: 353 Broadway, Albany, NY 12246
  • Project Team: STATE UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND
  • Completion Date: December 2018
  • Construction Cost: $ 5 Million
  • Owner Contact: Michelle Grant, PE, SUCF Associate Project Coordinator
  • Project Request:

    Renovate outdated and inefficient office spaces to meet contemporary programmatic requirements in the historic D&H Railroad building, Albany, NY.

  • Project Solution:

    The team worked with SUCF and SUNY Plaza facilities staff to provide renovations to upper floors of two separate gothic-revival towers in the historic Delaware and Hudson Railroad Building, the central administration building for the state university system.  Both areas were last renovated in 1974.  The Project proceeded through phased construction and included hazardous materials abatement, provision of high-efficiency exterior sprayfoam thermal insulation, updated HVAC, electrical, fire protection, alarm and computer systems, and enclosed and open office spaces.