New York Times, January 14, 2013
The Metropolitan Museum of Art held a formal ground-breaking on Monday morning for the $65 million makeover of its plaza and fountains, a project that has been under construction since October. Wearing hard hats and brandishing shovels – both bearing the Met’s logo – museum and city officials ceremoniously dug into the dirt on the plaza.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer, December 13, 2012
Colleges and universities bear the important responsibility of molding the minds of future generations. To tackle the formidable task, such institutions require the expertise of engineers to ensure the complex buildings on campuses (laboratories, classrooms, computer centers) meet their needs.
Architectural Digest, October 2012
The president of Marc Jacobs reimagines a historic Greenwich Village townhouse as a cozy haven filled with art and antiques that reflect his discerning eye.
Construction Today, September-October 2012
When cultural institutions like museums, private schools and universities add facilities to their existing structures, they typically rely on a pool of architects that specialize in this segment of construction. So, it only makes sense that Kohler Ronan LLC – an engineering consulting firm that primarily serves the northeastern United States – would streamline its processes to align with those architectural firms that design these institutions.
Kohler Ronan’s SKyPAC Receives Outstanding Press
SKyPAC opens to rave reviews from crowd, Bowling Green Daily News, March 11, 2012
When Warren County Judge-Executive Mike Buchanon walked into the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center for opening night Saturday, he felt the experience was surreal. “Am I really in Bowling Green, Ky.? We’re so fortunate to have it in Bowling Green,” he said. “I think it’s extraordinary. It’s elegant, bright and welcoming. When you walk into the theater, you’re awestruck.”