Row Hotel NYC

MEP Upgrades

Previously known as Hotel Licoln, The Row Hotel was the largest hotel in Manhattan when it opened on February 13, 1928.This historical hotel is under development, and DM Engineers was hired to provide consulting services for the facilities team. Our team developed design documents for the cooling of the penthouse offices and the man elevator machine room as required by local code. This work was inclusive of a dedicated system, electrical upgrade and fire alarm devices. Secondly, as part of the capital program, DM provided a solution to cool and ventilate each of the elevator cabs throughout the building.

The team worked alongside the elevator manufacturing company to customize the solution for this unique building. In the last phase of this iniciative, DM engineers developed engineering plans to renovate the first floor bar and lounge, which including the expansion of the sitting and bar area to provide a modern and fresh ammenity. This last renovation included re-design of the HVAC, sprinkler and fire alarm system for the area.

Project Details

August 2019
MEP Design
Row Hotel

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