Guilford High School and Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy received AIA Connecticut 2016 Design Awards. Honorable mention went to Victoria Soto School, also a KR project. We are proud to have contributed our engineering designs to these public education projects.
New York Times, December 15, 2016
Beyer Blinder Belle served as the architects while Kohler Ronan contributed MEP/FP engineering designs to this iconic building.
New York Real Estate Journal, November 15, 2016
The quitessetial New York project was recognized as the “Project of the Month” by the NY Real Estate Journal in its Nov/Dec issue.
UVA Today, University of Virginia, Sept. 20, 2016
After having been closed for renovations for the last two years, the iconic Jefferson Rotunda is due to reopen, Monday, September 26th, 2016. Kohler Ronan painstakingly designed comprehensive MEP/FP systems for the impressive space that were inventive, yet in keeping with all applicable historic landmark standards and regulations.
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The Kohler Environmental Center has won a BSA 2016 Educational Facilities Award. Kohler Ronan, LLC was pleased to have provided MEP/FP design, as well as extensive Energy Analytics for the unique LEED Platinum Certified project.
Architectural Record, April 13, 2016
Kohler Ronan in collaboration with Beyer Blinder Belle Architects provided full MEP/FP services for the renovations of the well-known Breuer Building.
Architectural Record, February 16, 2016
On March 18, when the Metropolitan Museum of Art opens an annex at Madison Avenue and 75th Street in Manhattan, it will be attempting to shrug off the ghost of a museum past.
New York Yimby, December 2, 2015
After participating in a facilities and equipment study, Kohler Ronan was asked back to the heart of Broadway’s Theater District to design MEP/FP systems supporting renovations including substantial upgrades to the MEP/FP infrastructure at the back-of-house, as well as public and support spaces throughout the theater.