Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village
A Blackstone Property
Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village known as StuyTown, is a large post World War II private residential development on the east side of Manhattan. The complex consists of 110 apartment buildings on an 80-acre property. Together StuyTown contains 11,250 apartments. In 2015 StuyTown was purchased by Blackstone for $5.45 billion.
CCCNYC has been engaged as Subject Matter Expert in NYC construction to provide pre-construction services for the development of a new 12,000 SF Power Plant consisting of eight 600 BHP low pressure steam boilers along with two 2000kW natural gas combined heat and power (CHP) units.
The services include design review for trenching, piping and distribution to ensure its cost effectiveness while minimizing impacts on residents. Recommend and review permitting process, pile work, dewatering and boiler / CHP construction plans and provide recommendations.
CCCNYC developed detailed construction schedules and cost estimates. Design of project team organization by reviewing process and communications structures, assist at developing the organizational design teams required to implement the project, identity roles and accountabilities. Review and recommendations to address means and methods for implementation strategies and different construction approaches.
Ownership / Client - Blackstone / Beam Living / Ecosystem
MEP Engineer - Ecosystem and RAND Engineering
Environmental Engineer - AKRF
Architect - BSA
Structural Engineer - GMS
Permit Expeditor - Municipal Building Consultants
Acoustic Engineer - Longman Lindsey