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“Only by making a commitment to quality, professionalism, and personal involvement can one achieve lasting success in the turbulent atmosphere of the building design and construction industry. At ads ENGINEERS, the partners, principals and associates understand these fundamentals and apply them to each project.”


ads ENGINEERS (Ambrosino, DePinto & Schmieder), established in 1979, offers a full range of consulting engineering services (HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection , Sustainable Services, and Commissioning). Our focus on innovation, cooperation, and practical solutions has continually resulted in repeat commissions from existing clients.

As a member of the United States Green Building Council, ads ENGINEERS is consistantly working to promote buildings that are environmentally sound, energy efficient, and comfortable places to live and work. Our firm is dedicated to keeping abreast of the latest state-of-the art technology, as well as trends in the real estate markets.

Page Six announces two ads ENGINEERS MEP designed hotels to open in 2015! Read more here.

The Landmark Clock Tower Building adjacent to Madison Square Park (NYC) is currently slated to be the next Edition Hotel developed in partnership with the Marriott Hotel and Ian Schrager. The project is the renovation of the 45-story, 267,000 sq. ft. Iconic Building. ads ENGINEERS is responsible for the design of HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems, including the building infrastructure and fit-out design for all guestrooms, public spaces.

Full mechanical, electrical and plumbing fit-out design for a new 10,000 sq. ft. First Class Clubhouse at John F. Kennedy International Airport Virgin Atlantic Terminal.

The design of this $7 Million, First-Class Clubhouse included, wide windows to offer a view of the aircrafts and the former TWA flight center, while sitting at the “Central Park Lounge” Bar. This members only, private clubhouse also includes a formal dining area, a “Quite Lounge” complete with Wi-Fi, use of I-Mac computers (individually screened for privacy) and a concierge team. Entertainment zone including a billiards table. Spa, washroom and shower facilities along with a Bumble & Bumble Hair Salon.

Short Listed for Restaurant Bar & Design Awards 2013

  • Virgin Atlantic Newark Clubhouse & Virgin Atlantic JFK Clubhouse

Description of Work: MEP design for a new cocktail bar & lounge at the Hudson Hotel. Renovation of the existing Lobby Bar located on the 2nd floor includes replacement of existing bar equipment, back bar lighting, new breakfast kitchen and replacement of existing under floor lighting.

The new bar was designed with a “homier” feel as evident by the living room design and leather couches. The space was designed for a use as a jazz room and DJ booth.

Gramercy Park Hotel - Rooftop Terrace Adsce EngineersRe-Opening May 18, 2012: A Unique Indoor/Outdoor space on top of the Gramercy Park Hotel. See write ups below:

University of Chicago, Logan Center, AdsceUniversity of Chicago’s Logan Center, although grand opening not until October 2012, the students are getting a front line chance to help bring the Logan Center to life, as featured in the March 25, 2012 Chicago Tribune.

ads ENGINEERS has completed a full MEP Fit-out design of this brand new 10,000 sq. ft. First-Class Clubhouse. Designed by James and Hayes Slade of Slade Architecture, this is America’s first airport with a salon and spa, opened within the Virgin Clubhouse by Bumble and Bumble.

In addition to the spa, the Clubhouse includes, a Entertainment Zone complete with a billiards table. While sitting at the “Central Park Lounge” Bar, you can enjoy the view of the aircrafts and former TWA flight center thru the uniquely designed wide windows. This members only, private clubhouse also has a formal dining area, a “Quite Lounge” complete with Wi-Fi, use of I-Mac computers (individually screened for privacy) and a concierge team.

Featured in Forbes Travel Guide and, Vanity Tours.

 

The Strand Theater

 

Strand Theater featured in The Wall Street Journal-January 2012

The Wall Street Journal, Designing Brooklyn’s Future credits architect Thomas Leeser of LEESER architects  in collaboration with adsENGINEERS in keeping Brooklyn’s arts and cultural institutions alive with the $40 million dollar renovation of the Strand Theater.

To be completed in 2013, the Strand Theater will feature a new 400-seat theater, gallery, television studio, multipurpose room and support spaces for the Brooklyn Center for Media Education.

The project also includes the renovation of the third-floor Urban Glass Studio and Shop.  This studio is one of the largest art glass production and educational facilities in the Northeast.

23 High Line ExteriorHigh Line 23 (HL23) New York, NY awarded 2011 AIA/LA Design Awards BEST IN SHOW.

Neil M. Denari Architects, Inc. collaborated with Thomas Juul-Hansen, LLC and ads ENGINEERS, P.C. in the creation of this 16-story 40,000 sq. ft. luxury condominium tower. 

HL23 responds to a unique and challenging site directly adjacent to the High Line at 23rd Street.The building exposes a custom non-spandrel curtain wall on the south and north facades, and a 3D stainless steel panel façade on the east facing the High Line.

High efficiency MEP systems and green strategies will help HL23 obtain a well-deserved LEED Gold Certification.

8 Spruce Street/Beekman School Exterior Photo

New York Real Estate Journal hails Beekman School Project of the Month.

Project team members included Forest City Ratner Cos., Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, WSP Cantor Seinuk, VJ Associates and ads ENGINEERS, P.C. 

Built for the NYC School Construction Authority, the Beekman School is fitted-out within the podium of a new Frank Gehry designed 76-story skyscraper located at 8 Spruce Street.  The Chicago Tribune has called this project an “engineering wonder,” credited to the interactive and collaborative effort among project team members.

ads ENGINEERS, contributed to the design of HVAC, Electrical Power and Low Voltage Systems, as well as Plumbing and Sprinkler Design.