May 9, 2014: EMCOR Subsidiary Wins Contract for Repair to Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island
Scope of Work Includes a Wide Range of HVAC and Mechanical Removal and Installation
NORWALK, Conn. — EMCOR Group Inc. announced that its subsidiary, F&G Mechanical Corp., has been awarded a contract to repair damage to the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island, New York, caused by Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.
F&G Mechanical will be responsible for repairing multiple buildings on Ellis Island that were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Scope of work includes removal and installation of centrifugal chillers and boilers, removal and installation of piping, removal and installation of air handling units and chilled water and steam piping, removal and installation of HVAC units, removal and installation of 30,000+ square feet of ductwork, and refurbishment of damaged sections of the fuel oil system.
“F&G Mechanical is honored to have been chosen to work on these structures that represent the very essence of America,” said Sal Fichera, president, F&G Mechanical. “We have a history of managing complex and large scale projects, performing with unparalleled excellence, and exceeding client expectations, which is our standard and the hallmark of our team and company.”
For more information, visit www.emcorgroup.com.
Publication date: 5/5/2014