Soil Nailing of Foundations
An earth-retention technique where we went down 20 feet below the existing building’s exterior wall, made a vertical cut, sprayed concrete (shotcrete) with 20-foot-long threaded rods into the ground with anchors and filled that with concrete to stabilize, thus enabling us to build a basement next to a fully operational facility. See Christian Health Care Center
Large excavation adjacent to existing lake/pond; adding a clay liner and new intake equipment for pump house; and adding it to the existing lake/pond; plus an entirely new pump house for the irrigation system at the country club. See Ridgewood Country Club
Our own building in Ridgewood is equipped with solar panels—almost 5,000 square feet.
A roof of a fitness club building that is covered with vegetation and a growing medium (topsoil), planted over a waterproofing membrane. See Equinox
Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Tapping into the free energy provided by the below ground temperature consistency. See Bolger Community Center
We have constructed several new exterior and interior pools, both Olympic size and very small, and completed renovations of the pool ceiling at the Ridgewood YMCA using a temporary platform of steel bar joints that we designed. See Leonard Kohl.
Removal of all interior load bearing masonry walls of a two-story building and replace them with a new structural steel frame, complete with new footings while working around temporary steel shoring. See Franklin Lakes Medical Center.