One Friday every February, Dagher Engineering leaves New York City in search of fresh powder.
The VIA now joins an influential list of skyscrapers, including 2015's winner One World Trade Center.
"A Landmark 19th Century School Is Reborn as a Sustainable Headquarters for an Environmentally Conscious Cosmetics Company"
Twenty members of Urban Green were able to tour the "courtscraper" but you can view the photos here.
Dagher Engineering intern Sandra Ruttkayova was awarded a scholarship at an ASHRAE Long Island Chapter event.
Zurica is the first building systems engineer—and only the second woman—to receive this honor.
Duran was commended for going "above and beyond in engaging our community since attending her first Urban Green event three years ago."
Dagher Engineering PLLC is pleased to announce its acceptance of a 2016 ACEC New York Platinum Award for work on 35XV: Optimized Design for Mixed-Use in the category of Building/Technology Systems.
Marking 10 years with the building systems design firm, Joe joins principals Elias Dagher, Richard Pearson and Josephine Zurica on its leadership team.
Metered New York offers the tools to find out.
While the idea of recycling wastewater has been embraced by conservationists, about 13% of Americans remain staunchly opposed to the concept of black water treatment across the board. However, the technology that offers the potential to recycle more than half of the water used in the United States is not quite so black and white an issue.
The Metropolitan Region Membership Meeting, held annually since 2002 by the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC NY), allows ACEC member firms to generously make scholarships available to engineering students attending New York State colleges and universities.
On Thursday, July 18, Governors Island Alliance hosted the Picnic in the Clouds Benefit on the 64th floor of One World Trade Center, courtesy of the Durst Organization.