Municipal Buildings

DSNY Staten Island Garage 1 & 3

DSNY Staten Island Garage 1 & 3, Staten Island, NY CAD Rendering

Project Details

  • Address: 1000 West Service Road, Staten Island, NY
  • Developer: New York City Department of Design & Construction (NYCDDC)
  •   & New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY)
  • Architect: TEN Arquitectos
  • Status: In Design

Project Key Features

EEA is serving as MEP/FP and sustainable design consultant for this two building 207,000 square foot project. This project features the extensive renovation of one and new construction of another Department of Sanitation New York Repair Garages which share a 14-acre site in the heart of what will become Fresh Kills Park. These facilities will serve as the backbone of DSNY’s operations for two of three districts in Staten Island and house truck parking and repair facilities, administrative offices, a fueling station, salt shed, recycling center and more.

The project is being designed as an ultra-highly performing building and will include roughly 30,000 square feet of traditional solar panels, 5,500 square feet of solar thermal collectors to support site domestic hot water heating needs. A number of other Deep Energy Conservation Measures (DECMs) are being applied through the project’s participation with NYC’s 80x50 program, which seeks to reduce GHG emissions city-wide by 80% by the year 2050. As a matter of course, the new building will comply with Local Law 86 and meet LEED Silver certification at a minimum. The existing building will also comply with NYC DDC requirements for Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP).

The new building will utilize air-cooled VRF systems for office spaces, hydronic fan coils with a condensing boiler plant to heat parking garage spaces and packaged rooftop units with hot water coils to support the repair garage spaces. EEA is performing Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis will utilize four pipe fan coils with an air-cooled chiller for office spaces and gas fired rooftop units for parking and repair garage spaces. The existing site waste treatment plant will also be replaced by a new force sanitary main and pumping/jacking station.

 

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