Brookfield Properties awarded Hatzel & Buehler a three-year contract to maintain its’ high tension switch gear for four buildings throughout New York City. The buildings are located at 200 Liberty Street, 225 Liberty Street, 200 Vesey Street and 250 Vesey Street.
Brookfield Properties and Tishman Construction are expanding the south bridge at 225 Liberty Street. Hatzel and Buehler will furnish and install labor, material and equipment for the lighting, power, fire alarm and security systems associated with expansion. Hatzel and Buehler will also maintain the temporary power and lighting for the duration of the project.
The Hatzel & Buehler New York Office was recently awarded the installation of all low voltage RF cabling, antennas, fiber backbone and terminations, at 1270 6th Avenue, in New York City. Hatzel & Buehler will also provide the installation of the power infrastructure, which includes distribution equipment, a UPS back up, power risers and sub panels throughout the building, to support the new AT&T Distributed Antenna System (DAS).
In their Annual Top Contractor report, ENR Magazine has ranked Hatzel & Buehler 29th (up from 33rd, in 2014) among the Top 50 Electrical firms in the country. In addition, Hatzel & Buehler was ranked 75th (versus 91st, in 2014) among the top specialty contractors in the country.
Hatzel & Buehler Inc. has managed to thrive in a declining market. The Wilmington, Del., based electrical contracting company booked New York-New Jersey regional revenue of $111.54 million in 2014 to rank seventh in ENR New York’s 2015 ranking of Top Specialty Contractors. That is up eight places from the firm’s rank on last year’s list, when it posted $86.6 million in revenue.
Servicing their 20-building campus in New York City, Hatzel & Buehler was recently awarded the official electrical contract for the United Nations. Hatzel & Buehler’s overall scope of work within that contract includes preventative maintenance on hundreds of pieces of distribution equipment and emergency transfer switches; 24-hour on-call electrical service; and project work ranging in scope from small MAC work to large scale construction.
Supporting Cushman & Wakefield in their contract with the Port Authority New York New Jersey, Hatzel & Buehler oversees the operations and maintenance of the World Trade Center site-wide electrical distribution systems, including all common areas, the central utility plant, the emergency generation facility, the War Memorial Museum and the Transit Hub. In addition to their partnership with Cushman & Wakefield, Hatzel & Buehler provides direct tenant support for retail and offices spaces throughout the World Trade Center site. With an on-site office, 24/7 readily available manpower, immediate response times and ongoing collaboration with other on-site trades, Hatzel & Buehler successfully maximizes work site efficiencies to ensure high levels of reliable service.
Hatzel & Buehler has played an active and ongoing role in the $250 million transformation of the World Financial Center to the newly established Brookfield Place New York. With a fully operational on-site office space and a dedicated team of Electricians and Project Management staff, Hatzel & Buehler services all of the high and low voltage needs of the owners and tenants throughout Brookfield Place New York. Services offered include the installation and maintenance of the following systems:
- Electrical Infrastructure
- Life Safety and Security Systems
- Distributed Antenna Systems
- Fiber network backbones
- Light and power requirements
As needed, Hatzel & Buehler’s experienced on-site team can offer engineering, 3D modeling, project management and detailed scheduling services.
Up two spots from last year, ENR Magazine ranked Hatzel & Buehler 29th among the top Electrical Contractors in the country. Hatzel & Buehler was also ranked 74th among the top Specialty Contractors in the country.
The Hatzel & Buehler New York office was recently awarded two projects, with long-time customer, AT&T. Hatzel & Buehler electricians are providing the power infrastructure to support newly installed Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), throughout two of AT&T’s midtown Manhattan locations. The power infrastructure includes main service/distribution equipment, a UPS back up, power risers and sub-panels throughout the building, to distribute power to the new AT&T equipment.