195 Montague Street
Creative solutions to complex problems
195 Montague Street was built in 1960 and had a decades-old HVAC system that did not comply with NYC’s newly-enacted carbon emission laws. Being the former headquarters of Brooklyn Union Gas, the building was highly reliant on natural gas. Updating equipment of this size would require cranes and cutting a hole in the 15th floor of the building. This was a $1.8MM project that required the consent of a commercial condominium board.
What We Did
By The Numbers
year building was built and original equipment was installed
under budget and ahead of schedule
carbon emissions reduced since installation
- Decommissioning part of the HVAC system to stay on budget
- Bring the buildings carbon footprint into legal compliance
- Install large equipment without cutting open the outside of the building
- Partnered with Matco Service Corp.
- Installed a modular, electric Aeromek Chiller to reduce carbon footprint
- Built with multiple redundancies to make sure there is never a loss of service
- Equipment installed ahead of schedule & under budget