Category PWGC Projects

PWGC is proud to announce a project we’re working on now in collaboration with TRITEC Real Estate and BHC Architects — the Port Jeff Residences project, located at the gateway to the quaint but bustling north shore village of Port Jefferson.

PWGC Honored with Diamond Award for Meschutt Beach Project

PWGC has been honored with a Diamond Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC-NY)—the organization’s highest honor—for wastewater engineering, design and construction oversight of the development of the region’s first commercial innovative alternative on-site wastewater treatment system (I/A OWTS). The project was performed at Meschutt County Park on behalf of

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PWGC Designs Extensive Geothermal System for St. Patrick’s Cathedral Restoration

One of PWGC’s recent projects is making headlines: the design of a state-of-the-art geothermal heating and cooling system for St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, the largest Gothic Catholic cathedral in the country. Engineered as part of the $177 million restoration project of this 138-year-old landmark, the system replaces a more conventional HVAC system

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RXR Glen Isle Partners Groundbreaking

A groundbreaking was held on the City of Glen Cove’s waterfront to celebrate the efforts of RXR Glen Isle Partners LLP (the pairing of Uniondale-based RXR Realty and Posillico Development) to redevelop the city’s former industrial waterfront into a $1 billion mixed-use development. PWGC has played a lead role in assisting RXR with the environmental

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Two PWGC Projects in NYC Receive Moses Preservation Awards

P.W. Grosser Consulting designed modern, energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling systems for two restoration projects—The Staten Island Museum and St. Patrick’s Cathedral—that have been presented with Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards.   Preserving the Past, Protecting the Future The Moses Awards, the “Oscars” of preservation, honor the revitalization of essential New York landmarks; each award

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PWGC & SBU Team Up For Drilling Demonstration

Last week, PWGC President Dr. Paul Grosser led a drilling demonstration for students in Stony Brook University’s Civil Engineering Department. The event allowed the SBU students to gain valuable hands-on experience as they work towards their engineering degrees. Dr. Grosser, who is on SBU’s Civil Engineering Advisory Board, believes there is a strong need for

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New Certification: EPA Lead-Based Risk Assessor

In internal news, P.W. Grosser can now offer EPA-certified inspections and assessments for lead-based risks. Lead-Based Risks Lead paint is serious business, and was still being used in home construction as late as 1978. Lead poisoning can occur when lead dust is inhaled or ingested. Lead interferes with the normal function of the body and

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Thanks for a great cleanup!

We had a blast cleaning up Reeves beach last weekend for International Coastal Cleanup Day. With your help we covered a mile of shoreline from the beach entrance to the shipwrecks to the west. We collected 7 large bags of trash that included many plastic bottles and cans, as well as rope, fishing line, balloons

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Reeves Park Beach Cleanup on Sept. 19th

This Saturday, September 19th is International Coastal Cleanup Day! Unfortunately, as with any public attraction, garbage does not always end up in the garbage. Over 9 billion tons of trash reach our oceans every year due to litter and negligence. Last year, an astounding 560,000 volunteers in more than 90 countries picked up over 16

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