Located in the Flushing Meadows Park in New York – directly adjacent to the famous USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center – sits the Olmsted Center, which originally served as the administrative building for the 1964/65 World’s Fair before being converted into Parks Department offices.
The NY Parks & Recreation Department has embarked on a large construction and rehabilitation project at its Olmsted Center. Nadler Modular Structures along with Rockmore Contracting are lending a hand to bring this project to life.
To support the Olmsted revitalization project, Nadler built and delivered to Rockmore Contracting (on behalf of the NYC Parks Department) a custom 30′ x 130′ NYC Coded 11-B Modular Structure with steel siding, a computer raised floor, and drop ceiling. This prefabricated structure will be used as office space to replace aging infrastructure around the compound.
“Nadler has a long standing relationship with Rockmore Contracting and has delivered numerous projects for the NYC Parks Department,” said Steve Muller, VP of Nadler Modular Structures. “The Olmsted Center is an iconic landmark, with historical architectural significance for New York. It’s an honor to play a role in its revitalization.”
The modular structure has a unique durable design and modern configurations to deliver the same level of quality and attention to detail as high quality traditional construction. This invokes a transparent experience to the Park’s staff that the building is a prefabricated, modular building. Highlighted features include a custom computer raised floor with a low voltage system – the same type of design expected in today’s newest office structures.
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