The following is a selection of media placements for Great Ink clients and a summary of each.
June 30, 2020
By Craig Karmin
The historic Seagram Building, owned by RFR Realty, is set to welcome the Seagram Playground, a 35,000-SF enclosed area underneath the plaza as a way to engage and interest younger office workers. The playground will be built where the parking garage is currently, and is meant to encourage team building and unwinding. It will include a climbing wall, basketball courts, fitness amenities, as well as retractable stadium-style benches that when open can host meetings for up to 200 employees.
EW Howell Construction Group
June 16, 2020
EW Howell Construction Group, a leading education, retail, cultural, government and healthcare builder, took third place in its category at the Willis Towers Watson Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA). The award, one of the most prestigious safety awards in the country, recognized EW Howell for Construction Safety Excellence in the Construction Management Division, 800,000 – 3 million work hours, and the award was presented virtually to the firm from the AGC national convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson
June 16, 2020
Fried Frank’s industry-leading Zoning and Land Use team provided vital information on NYC Housing Authority’s “Transfer to Preserve” Program.
By Justine Mikaloff
Senior Principal Adam Stover spoke to International Association of Venue Managers’ Facility Manager for its May/June issue on the evolution of suites and hospitality spaces. Stover talks about the details that invite storytelling and flexibility.
Waterton, RADCO Companies, Stuart Saft
June 11, 2020
By Peter Benson
An article in REFI features expert commentary from Norm Radow, CEO of The RADCO Companies, David Schwartz, CEO of Waterton, and Stuart Saft, partner and head of Holland & Knight’s real estate division. The experts discuss the direction of multifamily post-COVID-19. What has been a traditionally resilient industry has investors bracing for stagnation due to a lack of transactional activity.
June 11, 2020
By Darrell Utt and Bill Edwards
Darrell Utt and Bill Edwards of Thornton Tomasetti co-author a thought leadership piece that advises how security teams can be involved in issues like crowd control, enforcing hygiene and distancing policies, and encountering resistance to those policies—and what other museum professionals who might be dealing with these issues to a greater degree can learn before reopening.
Jonathan Rose Companies
By Mark Fogarty
Tax Credit Advisor published a profile on Jonathan Rose Companies and its recent expansion in the Bay Area and throughout the West Coast, as well as the launch of the new Rose Community Capital Impact Bridge Lending program for affordable housing preservation.
Thornton Tomasetti, RAL
June 9, 2020
By Eydie Cubarrubia, Debra Rubin
All non-essential construction sites have reopened in NYC after nearly three months, and those in the industry are treading carefully to build productivity amid new COVID-19 regulations. Spencer Levine of RAL Development, as well as Marguerite Pinto and Bill Edwards from Thornton Tomasetti spoke with ENR New York about managing the new normal on construction sites around the city.
The Spring 2020 issue of Metals in Construction features several recent projects, including Rockefeller University and The Vessel at Hudson Yards. Thornton Tomasetti engineers and executives contribute project expertise accompanied by technical and completed images of each project.