The Jewish Home of Rockleigh’s short-term rehab and aquatic center building continues to make good progress. A time-lapse video of the construction from the past two months can be found here. When completed, the overall project will allow the Jewish Home to expand its services to outpatients and create a better experience for everyone using their rehabilitation programs. We’re honored to be supporting this organization’s important mission.
We are pleased to announce the promotions of Kathleen Farewell, PE and Alan Clark, PMP, LEED AP to Vice President; Avi Englard, PE and Caren Faye, AIA to Senior Project Manager; Peter Barth, Vanessa Cardona, LEED AP, Noah Howard, and Wesley LeForce, AIA to Project Manager; and Richard Kong to Assistant Project Manager.
These members of our firm continue to demonstrate a strong work ethic and commitment to excellence, earning them well-deserved recognition from our clients, their project teams, and their peers. We applaud each of them for their efforts and are proud to acknowledge their contributions to Zubatkin. Congratulations!
It is our pleasure to announce the promotion of Julie Geden to Senior Principal. A trusted member of our management team, Julie has been a motivating force since she joined Zubatkin. She is being recognized for her strategic leadership, technical expertise, and commitment to our clients, as well as her valuable contributions to our internal staff and operations. We look forward to her continued leadership on our projects and within our organization. Congratulations Julie!
Join us for a Construction Management Webinar hosted by Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP on February 2, 2021 at 9:00AM! As part of this session, construction attorneys Kenneth Block and Joshua Levy, and Zubatkin Principal Matthew Doherty will discuss strategies for addressing construction defects and failures arising from faulty workmanship or materials. Selective contractual provisions designed to protect the owner against construction defects and failures will be offered. The webinar will also address steps for the correction of defective work and the assessment of liability. To learn more about the event and to register, please refer to the Eventbrite webpage.
We’re excited to share that our client, Jamestown, has been planning a robust alternative to the traditional Times Square New Year festivities that everyone can enjoy from the comfort of their own home!
The One Times Square building has been outfitted with cameras to live stream the iconic Ball drop and fireworks. An exciting round-up of music, art and entertainment is also planned.
Zubatkin is proud to be supporting Jamestown in making this virtual and augmented reality experience a success. Join us to ring in the New Year by signing up and downloading the app: https://nye2021.com.
Congratulations to our very own Kasey Pace, who has been awarded CREW New York’s Star of the Year Award! This award is reserved for a member who has gone above and beyond in their contributions to CREW New York.
Kasey is being recognized for her longstanding support of CREW’s mission and goals, as well as her generosity in sharing her time and talent in support of others.
We’re excited to share that the Elm Community Charter School broke ground on its four-story school building in Queens! When completed, the new facility will provide a vital educational resource to a neighborhood that has long experienced overcrowding in its local public schools.
The project is being implemented by the landlord/developer, Liberty One Group, and Zubatkin has been representing Elm Community Charter School’s interests in the lease negotiations, design, and construction of the project. Read more about the groundbreaking event and project details in the Queens Chronicle.
We’re pleased to share that Planet Word has been nominated for Best New Attraction by USA Today! Join us in voting for this fun, surprising, and inspiring museum that recently launched in Washington, DC. You can vote once per day every day until December 21st at USA Today – 10 Best Readers Choice Awards.
Zubatkin is very proud to have played a role in supporting this important institution by managing the exhibit development and installation work.
This morning, our very own Jason Zubatkin presented at the virtual 10th Annual Rooftops Conference NYC 2020, “ a symposium for the not-for-profit sector focused on the role of real estate — owned, leased, or hosted physical space — in the operations, financial performance, and achievement of mission by not-for-profit organizations of all sizes and mission types.” Jason joined other industry professionals in addressing real estate and space needs for achieving core objectives for organizations, sharing his expertise in Site Search: Setting Goals & Criteria. For more information on the Rooftops Project and their events, please visit the Rooftops Project website.
We’re excited to share that Planet Word in Washington, DC officially opened its doors to the public on Thursday! Planet Word is a new, start-up museum with a mission of inspiring a love of words and language. The project features nine permanent galleries, each with their own voice-activated experience; a standalone, puzzle-solving gallery; a voice-activated 22-foot-high Word Wall; and a 5,000-LED globe with word games.
“I am so thrilled to open Planet Word’s doors to the public and cannot imagine a more fitting time for a museum of language to open in our nation’s capital. Democracy depends on literate citizens. I hope that Planet Word can provide a forum for civil discourse and a place where our community, in all its vibrant diversity, can gather to share the words that bridge differences and forge solutions.” Museum Founder & CEO Ann Friedman said in a statement.
Zubatkin is very proud to have played a role in supporting this important institution, and we look forward to its continued success. Read the full announcement on The Washington Post, and watch the virtual ribbon cutting video here.
Congratulations Planet Word!
We’re excited to share that the Jewish Home of Rockleigh’s short-term rehab and aquatic center building is continuing to advance and is now officially out of the ground! A timelapse video of the past two weeks of construction can be found here. When completed, the overall project will allow the Jewish Home to expand its services to outpatients and create a better experience for everyone using their rehabilitation services.
Our very own Kasey Pace, Senior Project Manager, is serving as a Panelist for the DIG This My Story Panel. As a collaboration among CREWNY, CREW Foundation and Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW), DIG This features a series of professional development talks that touch on a variety of topics relevant to women pursuing a career in the construction industry.
“The Program will focus on the Development Lifecycle to educate NEW graduates about Commercial Real Estate careers available to them beyond the construction trades, culminating with a Mock RFP Team Challenge: NEW graduate teams will develop project proposals responding to a Mock RFP, and present them to a panel of distinguished judges, which will determine the winners.” Learn more about the program by visiting the CREWNY webpage. Note that participation is limited to NEW graduates, and is by special invitation only.