Eliminate Plumbing Engineering Nightmares that Originate Underground.

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Pier A Case Study
  • Contain all piping within a building’s structure so problems originating underground are of no consequence.
  • Easily maintain the owner’s and architect’s vision without compromise.
  • Eliminate the need for a steep slope to accommodate a structure of significant length.
Eliminate Plumbing Engineering Nightmares that Originate Underground. Eliminate Plumbing Engineering Nightmares that Originate Underground.

Whether it’s new construction or a renovation project, it’s not unusual to encounter problems, environmental or structural, that originate underground. The work-arounds and solutions to those problems are often very expensive and can cause significant delays.

Download the case study to discover how one resourceful architect solved a unique under-structure plumbing problem, without sacrificing the owners’ vision or their budget.

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The owners of Downtown Manhattan’s Pier A Harbor House found the ideal site—the last standing Victorian pier on New York’s bustling waterfront with a spectacular view of Lady Liberty.

Architects, contractors, and engineers often encounter plumbing issues caused by problems, structural or environmental, that originate underground. While it’s not an unusual occurrence, no two problems ever seem to be the same and solutions tend to be time-consuming and costly. In the case of Pier A Harbor House, they had what seemed an insurmountable problem.

Download the case study to discover how one resourceful architect solved a unique under-structure plumbing problem, without sacrificing the owners’ vision or their budget.