Location : Riverside, CT
Architect : Cardarelli Design & Architecture
Project Type : Education
Completion : 100%

The Japanese Education Institute (JEI) located in Greenwich, CT was an interior renovation project of an existing 100-year-old,32,000sf structure owned by the Arch Diocese.

The scope of work included asbestos abatement, demolition, structural steel & reinforcement of existing structural planks, complete remodeling of 7 bathrooms, all new MEP’s including a new fire sprinkler service from the roadway as well as all new finishes throughout the building.

This project encountered many challenges due to COVID related production delays as well as a significant number of unforeseen existing conditions and code related issues that required the teams dedicated attention. Even with these challenges, the project was completed successfully and is now in full use.

Location : 8000 Mall Walk Drive, Yonkers, NY
Architect : OTJ Architects
Project Type : Education
Completion : 100%

This 213,349 sq ft former Sears building was converted into Suny WCC which is located in the iconic Cross County Center in Yonkers, offers a unique college experience with direct access to shops, restaurants, entertainment, and events.

We performed a substantial amount of work that includes but not limited to demolition and installation of new interior walls, ceilings, plumbing work, fixtures, doors, and finishes. The outcome is consisted of staff office, typical classrooms, restrooms, lounge, lobby, labs etc.

Customer Name: City of Yonkers
Project Name: Hudson River Museum
Project Address: 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701
Architect: Archimuse
Duration: 18 Months
Description: The Hudson River Museum West Wing expansion was a 12,000SF extension added onto the existing museum perched on the banks of the Hudson River. It included a viewing gallery art storage vault performing arts auditorium with a state-of-the-art mechanical suite.

Project Start: September 2010

Project Completion: March 2011

GTL was commissioned by The Pelham Picture House to execute major renovations to restore a 1921 movie theater opening a new chapter in its 91 year history. The Pelham Picture House was the focus of a capital campaign to transform the theater into a state-of-the-art film and education center. This community-based, mission-driven, nonprofit project was done in two phases. Phase one consisted of the historic renovation and preservation of the theater’s historic integrity which included a silent-era screen, a pit under the stage, an arched ceiling in the lobby along with windows and the main seating area. The addition of a new 98 seat theater and education center was completed in Phase II. These renovations and updates revitalized the theater bringing it into the 21st century and creating a focal point of the community.