AllianceBernstein Tenant Fit-Out, NEW YORK, NY
Electrical Construction & Telecommunication Services
FOREST ELECTRIC VALUE DELIVERED
Sophisticated electrical infrastructure to support complex elements of client's core business; enhanced publishing capabilities; improved security; increased employee and visitor safety.
TENANT FIT-OUT OBJECTIVES
The tenant fit-out project involves 45,000 square feet of key publishing, security, office and conference facilities in the New York metropolitan area.
ELECTRICAL & TELECOM SOLUTIONS
To successfully complete this electrical construction project, Forest Electric relied on its electrical power systems expertise and diverse industry experience. The work began with installation of power risers, which were connected to local branch distribution panels in electrical closets.
Since the client's printing operation occupied half of the space, the company also installed two distribution panels on columns in the printing center, as well as power receptacles for commercial publishing equipment. In the global security center, Forest Electric installed the complex structured cabling and power systems needed for a wall of video screens that monitor activities at the client's facilities worldwide.
Forest Electric's electrical telecommunications scope of work also included wiring two conference rooms, installing lighting fixtures, including cove lighting, down lighting systems, 2X2's and 2X4's, putting in all standard power outlets, and wiring the life safety and fire alarm system that protects the offices and conference rooms.
FINANCIAL FACILITY BACKGROUND
AllianceBernstein is one of the largest publicly traded global asset management firms. It serves institutional clients, individuals and private clients, operating, through its subsidiaries and joint ventures, in more than 20 countries around the world. It employs more than 500 investment professionals who provide clients worldwide with portfolio strategy and brokerage-related services based on in-depth research and advanced currency forecasting disciplines.