Integrated Engineering Solutions

We are a firm of engineers and architects that offer a suite of specialty design and analyses, either as standalone services or as part of a broader scope, that solve complex design challenges, improve constructability and maximize efficiency.

As a multi-disciplined engineering firm, we collaborate with architects, owners and developers to design solutions for projects of every size and level of complexity. Our comprehensive in-house services address the full life cycle of a structure throughout design and construction phases.

As a fully accredited Class I Special Inspection agency, our team provides a complete spectrum of inspection services to help clients fulfill NYC DOB regulations as listed on the TR-1 Technical Report Statement of Responsibility.

Our team provides an array of structural monitoring services as required by NYC DOB TPPN 10/88 including vibration monitoring, optical monitoring, pre-construction documentation and crack gauge monitoring.

FEATURED PROJECT

New Construction at
2064 Boston Road

DRPILLA is providing structural engineering design services for the new construction of this six-story, 48,000-square-foot affordable housing development located at 2064 Boston Road in the Bronx. The new building, known as El Rio II, is expected to be completed in 2020 and will offer 78 units in total. Funding for the $24.5 million dollar project is being provided by the New York State Homes and Community Renewal (NYSHCR) agency.

FEATURED PROJECT

Excavation Begins at 22 Chapel Street

DRPILLA has been contracted to perform a variety of services related to the new construction at 22 Chapel Street in downtown Brooklyn. The superstructure will rise 211 feet high above Flatbush Avenue and sit between Chapel Street and Cathedral Place. A total of 133,181 square feet of residential space will be created and spread among 180 units. The site is located to the immediate east of St. James Cathedral Basilica and in walking distance from a number of subway lines such as the A, B, C, F, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains. Our services include construction monitoring in relation to the foundation portion of the project as required by the NYC DOB code. DRPILLA provided a pre-construction survey and photographic documentation services of the existing conditions of the properties and construction site. Our team is currently monitoring construction throughout the excavation phase and has installed seismic monitoring equipment while providing manned seismic monitoring (continuous) and real time vibration monitoring for the duration of the project.

FEATURED PROJECT

Excavation Begins at 22 Chapel Street

DRPILLA has been contracted to perform a variety of services related to the new construction at 22 Chapel Street in downtown Brooklyn. The superstructure will rise 211 feet high above Flatbush Avenue and sit between Chapel Street and Cathedral Place. A total of 133,181 square feet of residential space will be created and spread among 180 units. The site is located to the immediate east of St. James Cathedral Basilica and in walking distance from a number of subway lines such as the A, B, C, F, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains. Our services include construction monitoring in relation to the foundation portion of the project as required by the NYC DOB code. DRPILLA provided a pre-construction survey and photographic documentation services of the existing conditions of the properties and construction site. Our team is currently monitoring construction throughout the excavation phase and has installed seismic monitoring equipment while providing manned seismic monitoring (continuous) and real time vibration monitoring for the duration of the project.

FEATURED PROJECT

Restoring the Connection Between Old and New

DRPILLA provided structural engineering design services for the vertical expansion of this 118-year-old Landmarked building located at 74 Grand Street. The building program includes a total of seven floors comprised of ground floor commercial space and six residential floors above. Since the building falls within the borders of a historic district, the Landmarks Preservation Commission mandated that the future development must incorporate the historic cast iron façade. The building will represent restoration of the original façade with an addition set back, manifesting the connection between old and new. Currently, DRPILLA is performing special inspections for all associated architectural, structural and MEP items in an effort to guide the team through the inspection and sign off process to allow the project to be completed on time and incompliance with the latest building code regulations.

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