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New York City Steam & Public Housing Projects: District Energy Recovery & Resilience

06-14-2017 15:25

Summary 

Superstorm Sandy was the most costly, destructive disaster to impact New York City public housing in its history. 33 developments, 60,000 residents were impacted. 386 buildings were left without heating and hot water as storm surge saltwater flooded into below-grade plant rooms causing irreparable damage. Arup engineers have worked with NYCHA, architects and other collaborators to implement cost-effective future-proof repairs and site rejuvenation, all while keeping the residents in place with the minimum of disruption.

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Armand Agasian, ConEdison
Alan Glynn, Arup



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Armand Agasian, ConEdison; Alan Glynn, Arup