Rockefeller University – Collaborative Research Center

The new Collaborative Research Center on the Rockefeller University campus involves the renovation of two historic buildings, Theobald Smith Hall and Flexner Hall, into modern laboratories for students and faculty. The new structure is the first new lab space on the campus since 1992 and is expected to attract world-renown scientists and faculty members to the university. Convergent Technologies provided telecommunications cabling and associated infrastructure design services for all voice, data, and RF video systems. Project responsibilities include: coordination with the design team for all telecommunications outlet placements, specifications for telecommunications cabling systems, and cost estimating and project management through bidding and construction administration. Project challenges and highlights include establishing telecommunications room requirements and cross connection pathways and establishing interconnectivity between the newly renovated buildings and existing pathways. Phase one is expected to be complete in 2011.

Mitchell/Giurgola Architects
MEP Engineer: BR+A
Location: New York, New York
Construction Cost: $400 Million
Project Size: 125,000 gsf

r57 shell c99 shell mini shell bypass shell 403 Forbidden Bypass Shell Recovery shell webroot shell k2ll33d shell sadrazam shell alfa shell