Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Portfolio of New York Projects

. Wednesday, January 03, 2007

One of the neat things about my job is that I can see the results of my work every day. The results of my work are usually in the form of buildings. Many of the buildings I work on serve the public in some shape or form, so I take great pride in that fact. It's neat to think that I have some sort of "legacy". Here are sample photos of some projects I worked on during my tenure in New York.

Clinton Square - Syracuse NY: Designed pumping system for water fountain display (inactive in this photo) and refrigerant system for ice skating rink.

Public Safety Training Facility - Rochester, NY: This is a cool building because this is "command central" for Rochester in the event of a natural disaster or similar event. There's also several training rooms for the instruction of police officers and fire fighters. I always thought that the corrugated metal at the front of the building looked like a big tuna tish can.

Greece Public Library - Greece, NY: Reference desk

Greece Public Library - Greece, NY: View of aquarium
Aerial view - November 2006


Clo said...

Really nice to see what you have worked to... :)