A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to officially reopen the Gloversville Public Library this week. Ryan Biggs | Clark Davis began work on this extensive project in 2009, which included two building additions to the rear of the library, interior renovations, and restoration and support of the one-of-a-kind terra cotta entry structure.
Chris Latreille, P.E., Principal, wrote the feature article for the November edition of STRUCTURE Magazine highlighting the Binghamton University Energy R&D Building project. The new 105,000-square-foot, $45 million research facility officially opened in August 2017 on the Binghamton University campus and houses physics and chemistry programs focused on energy technologies of the future.
Jamie Davis, P.E., LEED AP, Principal, is presenting at the 2018 Fall Member Development Conference presented by the New York State Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) in Cooperstown this week. Jamie will be speaking at the opening luncheon and giving attendees a progress update of BIM-M (Building Information Modeling for Masonry).
Ryan Biggs | Clark Davis recently completed rehabilitation and design services at the Tower of Victory project in Newburgh, NY. Our role was to assist the Contractor (Allegrone Construction) to determine the appropriate extent of masonry repairs, assist the Contractor in redesign of floor repairs, design temporary shoring for floor repairs, review and make recommendations related to the stone cladding, and design stone anchorage.
Chris Lesher, P.E., is attending the Valentine Boathouse ribbon cutting ceremony at Skidmore College. Ryan Biggs | Clark Davis was retained to design the structure and foundations of two new buildings to expand the boathouse to a three-building complex to accommodate the rowing program. The new buildings include a 2,100-square-foot team building (housing locker rooms, offices, and multi-purpose training room) and a 1,300-square-foot storage building.