October 19, 2009

Gannett Fleming relocates NYC office

Gannett Fleming announced the move of its New York office, effective Oct. 19, 2009, in order to better serve its clients.

The move reinforces Gannett Fleming's role as an environmentally responsible firm in New York City. Several sustainable features were included in the new office space, including 100 percent recycled cubicle panel fabric and frames, zero volatile organic compounds paints and primers, a green guard and cradle-to-cradle certified carpet, energy efficient lighting with occupancy sensors, an ultraviolet light water filtration system, and recycled furniture and fixtures.

Gannett Fleming's New York City office will continue to provide a broad spectrum of services in architectural, structural, civil, mechanical, electrical, highway and bridge engineering. It also provides construction management/inspection, vertical transportation, facilities management, and transit and rail system services.

 

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