“Kohler Ronan not only understands, but shares the University’s vision and goals for each project. As such, they have proven to be not a service provider, but a true partner in improving the Fairfield University experience for its students, faculty, and staff for years to come.”David FrassinelliAssociate Vice President for Facilities Management, Fairfield University
“The design team was responsive, available, and always acted in the School’s best interest…Kohler Ronan was committed to creating highly efficient systems that minimized the impact on the earth’s resources. As stewardship and environmental responsibility are among the values of our faculty, staff, and student body, Kohler Ronan was a perfect ideological match as well.”Mark Gordonformer Facilities Director, Collegiate School
“We needed engineers whose systems design would be of the same caliber as the historic buildings themselves. We found those engineers in Kohler Ronan’s MEP/FP team. Their expertise, ingenuity, and vision not only permitted our architectural creativity, but further enhanced it. Our designs were not limited by engineering systems but were fully supported by them.”Jasper Tonkformer Associate Director, Mecanoo Architecten B.V.
“They are also resourceful and flexible, and understand that the design of a building, particularly a museum, is an iterative process where architecture and engineering solutions evolve together to achieve the best results.”Jack BeyerBeyer Blinder Belle
“Kohler Ronan designs engineering systems that allow theatrical experiences to be enjoyed as they are meant to be. …[Their] collaboration with the project’s theater and lighting consultants, and the creative solutions which resulted, helped restore and transform our beloved, historic theater into a modern venue.”Casey Reitzformer Executive Director, Second Stage Theater
“Kohler Ronan did excellent work in managing demanding project conditions, which included stringent acoustic and humidity control requirements, complex performance and system upgrades to a building originally constructed under the 1938 NYC Building Code, and responsiveness to evolving MEP priorities for artists, employees, and patrons for post-pandemic re-occupancy.”Peter FlammExecutive Director, Lincoln Center Development Project, Inc. & Vice President, Real Estate Development, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
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