Client: New York Hall of Science
Architect: Ennead Architects
Square Footage: 72,000 SF
R.P. Brennan was selected as the General Contractor to renovate the New York Hall of Science, a historic site that was used as the main exhibit space of the Hall of Science during the 1964-1965 World’s Fair.
Renovations included modernization and restoration of the interior of the Great Hall and Great Hall Lobby, general stabilization/repair of the exterior envelope and re-paving and improvements of the terrace outside of the Great Hall.
Additionally, renovations and improvements were made to the Discovery Labs, interior science classrooms, administrative offices, meeting rooms and existing building mechanical and electrical systems.