Madison Square Garden

Epcot

Pentagon Renovation

US GSA, Benjamin P. Grogan and Jerry L. Dove Federal Building, FBI Miami Field Office

 

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Office of the Future, Dubai, UAE
Office of the Future, Dubai, UAE

First fully-functional 3D printed building in the world.

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2016
Metropolis
Metropolis

Located in Los Angeles, this is the largest mixed-use development on the U.S. West Coast.

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2015
St. Luke’s Hospital
St. Luke’s Hospital

Syska is part of this four-party Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) to accelerate design & construction of a series

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2014
Raleigh, NC Office Opens
Raleigh, NC Office Opens
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2014
B. Grogan and J. Dove Federal Building
B. Grogan and J. Dove Federal Building

Designed to the rigorous GSA requirement of constructing a “100-year building” with low environment impact, Syska engineered systems

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2013
San Diego International Airport
San Diego International Airport

First LEED Platinum certified airport terminal in the world.

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2012
Dubai, UAE Office Opens
Dubai, UAE Office Opens

   

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2008
Shanghai, China Office Opens
Shanghai, China Office Opens
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2008
The Pentagon Memorial
The Pentagon Memorial

Selected from a national competition, the final design called for 184 Memorial Units representing those that lost their

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2007
2000 Avenue of the Stars
2000 Avenue of the Stars

This energy efficient 21st-century office, dining, cultural and retail center is one of the few structures with a

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2007
Chicago, IL Office Opens
Chicago, IL Office Opens
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2006
Dulles International Airport
Dulles International Airport

Syska successfully applied displacement ventilation technology at the Z Gates terminal at Dulles Airport in Virginia. These systems

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2004
Richmond, VA Office Opens
Richmond, VA Office Opens

   

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2004
Natural Resources Defense Council
Natural Resources Defense Council

Syska’s first LEED certified project was the Natural Resources Defense Council headquarters. 15,000 sf Class A office building,

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2003
Atlanta, GA Office Opens
Atlanta, GA Office Opens
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2003
Charlotte, NC Office Opens
Charlotte, NC Office Opens
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2003
Jacksonville, FL Office Opens
Jacksonville, FL Office Opens
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2003
Dallas, TX Office Opens
Dallas, TX Office Opens
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2002
The Pentagon Phoenix Project
The Pentagon Phoenix Project

Syska was direct-selected to participate in Project Phoenix, the fast track rebuilding of the damaged Wedges (totaling 450,000

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1999
Islip Federal Courthouse
Islip Federal Courthouse

Syska developed engineering solutions for the 870,000 sf federal courthouse, the country’s third largest courthouse & largest structure

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1997
San Diego, CA Office Opens
San Diego, CA Office Opens

   

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1997
Reagan Washington Nat’l Airport
Reagan Washington Nat’l Airport

Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority in Washington, D.C. opened the new North Terminal, the centerpiece of their $1 billion

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1997
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

NewYork-Presbyterian’s Greenberg Pavilion is an eleven story hospital built on a platform over the FDR drive in New

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1995
Critical Facilities Team

Critical facilities team established to provide seamless delivery to owners, operators and end-users in data center environments.  

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1994
U.S. Army, Aberdeen Proving Ground
U.S. Army, Aberdeen Proving Ground

Syska provided engineering design for a complex new 255,000 sf research facility in Maryland encompassing labs, offices, hazardous

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1987
Hamilton, NJ Office Opens
Hamilton, NJ Office Opens

   

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1987
NBC
NBC

Syska was selected by NBC to prepare and implement a 12-year master plan to renovate their 1.2 million

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1986
Information & Communication Technology Group

Syska launched an in-house, low-voltage systems group to meet client demand for dedicated technology services.

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1986
Ellis Island Restoration
Ellis Island Restoration

Syska is awarded the biggest renovation project in American history at the time, and tasked with technically advancing

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1986
Smithsonian Museum Support Center
Smithsonian Museum Support Center

To support the Smithsonian’s mission of preservation, Syska designed a 350,000 sf support facility to store additional collections

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1982
Boston, MA Office Opens
Boston, MA Office Opens
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1982
Spaceship Earth, Epcot
Spaceship Earth, Epcot

Syska completes work on the Spaceship Earth attraction at World Disney World’s Epcot theme park in Orlando, Florida.

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1978
San Francisco, CA Office Opens
San Francisco, CA Office Opens
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1975
King Saud University
King Saud University

Syska, as part of a four firm consortium, is awarded the biggest Middle Eastern project, Kind Saud University

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1974
Christian Science Church Center
Christian Science Church Center

The 670 ft by 110 ft reflecting pool, a prominent esthetic feature of the Christian Science Center’s Plaza

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1973
Los Angeles, CA Office Opens
Los Angeles, CA Office Opens
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1972
Kennedy Center for Performing Arts
Kennedy Center for Performing Arts

At the time it opened, the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, DC was the largest all-electric buildings

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1971
Carlton Center
Carlton Center

We designed the first application of a variable air volume system for the 3.5 million square foot mixed-use

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1968
Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden

Provided engineering services to the “World’s Most Famous Arena” in New York City.

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1965
SHIS Established to Develop Engineering Software

Firm establishes subsidiary called SHIS–Syska & Hennessy Information System to develop sophisticated engineering software, and replace outside services

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1964
New York World’s Fair
New York World’s Fair

Syska provided electrical distribution for the site and engineering design for the entire 646 acre site in Queens

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1964
NEPSCO

First major application of water loop heat pump to generate domestic hot water.

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1963
Lighting Workshop Established
Lighting Workshop Established

Syska establishes a lighting workshop. Today, the Architectural Lighting Design Group has dedicated designers in multiple offices.

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1963
Washington, D.C. Office Opens
Washington, D.C. Office Opens
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1962
Albany Mall
Albany Mall

The firm was commissioned to work on its largest project to date–the Albany Mall which later became known

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1962
Central Intelligence Agency
Central Intelligence Agency

Syska designed the first prototype UPS system for the CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia.

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1960
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

The firm designed what was then known as “the greatest attraction in New York’s history,” the Lincoln Center

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1958
New York Foundling Hospital
New York Foundling Hospital

First project to receive New York City approval of a waste disposal system.

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1958
Connecticut General

This was the first large scale use of baffle ceiling, and also one of the earliest examples of

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1950
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Syska Hennessy Group completed the renovation of MIT’s Aero/Astro Laboratory, Building 33 which is a five-story special projects

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1949
NYU Institute of Rehabilitation
NYU Institute of Rehabilitation

New York University of Rehabilitation Medicine is the first project to use a diatomaceous air filter approved by

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1942
Todd Shipyards

During World War II, major defense projects included expanding and updating Todd Shipyards in Brooklyn – Hoboken (NJ),

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1939
ES&A Bank

The English, Scottish and Australian Bank in Melbourne, Australia was the firm’s first International project.

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1938
LaGuardia Airport
LaGuardia Airport

Syska’s first aviation project, LaGuardia Airport Terminal was opened in 1939 and served international flights throughout the 1940s.

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1933
The Frick Collection
The Frick Collection

At a time when air conditioning was in its infancy, Syska designed the world’s first fully air conditioned

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1931
U.S. Post Office Building
U.S. Post Office Building

First major project for the firm was the U.S. Post Office Building, Washington, DC.  

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1928
Founding Fathers
Founding Fathers

Adolf G. Syska and John F. Hennessy established the firm in New York City to design complex, mechanical

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