OECIS performed a visual survey of the existing framing at the residence located at 127 Willoughby Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. The survey was a visual in nature with small probes being performed. A field report was provided to the Architect based on visual observations made. The overall purpose of this visit was to document existing roof conditions and to evaluate the existing roof structure for a new private residential roof terrace with possible planters. Architect: NDKazalas Architecture P.C.
OECIS performed a visual survey of the existing framing and foundation of the building located at 148 9th Avenue, New York, NY. The survey was a visual in nature without any non-destructive testing or probes being performed (as per the Owner’s request). A field report was provided to the Architect based on visual observations made. Architect: NDKazalas Architecture P.C.
OECIS is providing structural engineering services for the new 31,000sf facility will include classrooms, a cafeteria and servery, locker rooms, trainer’s room, weight room and meeting rooms. The 18,900sf renovation and repurposing of Immaculata Hall will provide a 900sf chapel as well as an expanded bookstore, office space, and conversion of the existing cafeteria into an auxiliary gymnasium. Architect: Michael Graves Architecture & Design
OECIS performed a visual condition assessment walk-through and survey of the DSNY District SI-3 Garage and Boro Repair shop located on Muldoon Avenue in Staten Island, New York. The purpose of this condition assessment walk-through and survey was to document existing deficient conditions of the existing structure that are in need remediation/repair. Architect: Urbahn Architects
OECIS provided structural design services for removal of existing PVC piping for the Sweep System and installation of new steel piping, heat tracing, insulation and supporting dunnage for upgrade cooling tower system at the East Rutherford Operation Center facility. MEP Engineer: Loring Consulting Engineers
OECIS is responsible for the design of the concrete foundations, piles, retaining walls and floor slabs for a new pre-engineered boat house. Architect: BBS Architects & Engineers
OECIS is providing structural engineering services for a new 105,000sf state-of-the-art facility which will support both academic and research initiatives for the School of Engineering. The building will house instructional and research space that will drive programmatic advancements in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Architect: SLAM Collaborative
OECIS provided structural design services for the new bus shelters at the existing transit stops, campus-wide. A prototype was originally designed, by our firm, for the University’s bus system - the largest university bus system in the country. The design is modular, which will minimize on-site work. Architect: Michael Graves Architecture & Design
OECIS has performed concept studies to determine the most economical and feasible structural system for the Shore Orthopedic Center. After analysis, it appears that steel braced frames with timber trusses and plywood sheathing are the most practical solution. The one story 10,050 square foot Shore Orthopedic Center is located in Somers Point, NJ. Architect: Michael Graves Architecture & Design