The Fiesta Banquet Hall
Talbot Hall Rutgers University
Davidson Lab High Speed Tow Tank
The Fiesta Banquet HallWood Ridge, NJArchitect- Elkin/ Sobolta and AssociatesWhen The Fiesta decided to expand their current facility and renovate/upgrade their main ballroom, they engaged the services of our company because we were able to devise a plan that allowed The Fiesta to keep the main ballroom functioning while the major renovation was occurring. The addition provided much needed bar and cocktail area space including a brand new wedding party suit on the second floor. The exterior façade of the addition with its cultured stone walls and sloped roof and tower added great aesthetics to what used to be a very plain looking building.
Bar FortyManhattan, NYCPhotos courtesy of Espacios DesignBar Forty is located within the Staybridge Suites Hotel in Manhattan. A very basic area utilized for storage was transformed into a posh bar scene. Custom woodwork, cultured stone accent walls, luxurious lighting, and a porcelain tile floor were installed as part of the overall transformation of the space.
RAB LightingNorthvale, NJArchitect-Soluri ArchitectureThe project at RAB Lighting called for us to fabricate a very uniquely shaped testing laboratory. It involved constructing angled walls using metal framing with continuous butt-joint glazing which created a linear look to the entire structure. In order for this room to be built, a portion of the existing warehouse was transformed into a finished space to house the testing facility.
Talbot Hall Rutgers UniversityNewark, NJArchitect- Elkin/Sibolta &AssociatesThis institutional renovation consisted of removal and replacement of 450 window units, pressure washing the entire façade, waterproofing, and unit masonry restoration on an 8 story dormitory building. The work also involved renovating the drywall on the perimeter walls of the dorm rooms once the new windows were installed. Stringent time constraints were required by Rutgers University and we were successful in meeting the deadline on this complex project.
Davidson Lab High Speed Tow TankStevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJArchitect- Elkin/Sobolta and AssociatesThe scope of this project involved demolishing a portion of the existing tow tank within the building and enlarging the tow tank to an overall length of 313 ft and a width of 16 ft. The tolerances in deviation for the overhead steel track, supports, and concrete over the length of the tank were stringent. This particular towing tank is one of the fastest in the world capable of speeds up to 100 ft per second. There are only a few of these facilities located throughout the world, and we were fortunate enough to be selected to construct this facility for Stevens Institute of Technology.