Project Name: Multi-Building Hallway Renovation, Midtown West, New York, NY
Scope: This four building complex surrounds a courtyard. The project consists of a renovation of total 62 hallways that service the complex.
This building complex was originally designed and constructed in the 1930s. The scope of work called for updating the hallways, which were last renovated in the 1980s. The project schedule was phased in order to minimize disruption to residents.
The design solution conveys a sense of traditional sophistication equal to the building character. Existing base moldings, chair rails, and casings were repaired and refinished in order to maintain historical context. All hallways were renovated with newly painted walls and ceilings, as well as new wallpaper, and new carpeting. New crown molding conceals wiring from three different cable companies, and features a removable component for technician access.
PJC Architecture: Philip J. Consalvo, Craig Devereaux, Oldrich Navratil, Richard Guido, Francesco Del Conte, Luiz Castro, Jacqueline van Biene, Ana Teresa Calmon Ribeiro, Aoife Colman, Elisa Holland, Adam Kornelli, Stephanie Garcia
Contractor: JMPB Enterprises