PES Project Profile

The Crown School

Brooklyn, New York

Project Details

  • Project Client: NYC School Construction Authority
  • Project Cost: $400,000
  • Design Awarded: 7/2019
  • Design Completed: In Progress
  • Construction Completed: Not Started

  • Scope of Services

    • Power Distribution Upgrade
    IT Infrastructure Upgrade
    • New Intermediate Distribution Frame

Room Conversion to a Computer Lab

Princeton Engineering Services, PC (PES) providing design and engineering services to convert the existing classroom 301 into a Computer Lab.

The building was constructed in 1923 and is a reinforced concrete and steel building. K161 is approximately 78,000 square feet in area and it serves grades 01 to 05 and SE. There is an available Certificate of Occupancy for this School Building at the DOB website. Only one school is in this building.

Located on the 3rd floor, the overall square footage shall include the existing storage closets and millwork areas for a total of 630 sq. ft. in room 301. The new Computer Lab shall be designed to accommodate 32 students. New furniture, millwork and cabinets shall also be provided to accommodate the new workstations. The Computer Lab shall include new 32 computers and associated workstations. The scope of work includes leaving the existing ceiling & soffit along with the existing Promethean IWB however, the lighting fixtures can be replaced if required. New whiteboards and cork boards will be provided as required for new layout and one teacher station with a chair will be provided along with new computer desks and tables. Lastly, the existing VCT flooring needs to be replaced.

Design & Engineering Services