Featured Projects

Covid Testing Site

COVID Testing Site

Bronx, NY

The city of New York along with CM Armand hired EIA to construct an emergency COVID-19 testing site in the premises of Clason’s Point Library in the Bronx. EIA successfully responded by wiring conduits and receptacles as well as installing lighting fixtures in less than two days.

The Spiral Building @ 66 Hudson Yards

New York, NY

In collaboration with Siemens, Turner Construction and Tishman Spyer,  EIA is installing the base building’s state of the art Fire Alarm and ARC System. This  includes the new fire command center, smoke detection, audio visual devices, and ARC's antenna communications for the new 67 story building in Hudson Yards. This project is currently underway and additional information regarding the scope of the project will added as progress is made.

Spiral Building at 66 Hudson
BP Headquarters New Jersey

BP Headquarters Project

Wayne, NJ

EIA was hired by Convergint Technologies to improve security and access control at the British Petroleum Headquarters office in Wayne, NJ. The project includes installing wireless cameras in the parking lot, replacing security cameras, and implementing access control devices.

211 West 61st St – Fire Alarm Siemens

New York, NY

In another successful collaboration with Siemens, EIA worked to upgrade the fire alarm system at 211 West 61st Street. The structure is a seven (7) story building with approximately 110,000 sq. ft. and is home to the American Musical & Dramatics Academy/Gateway School. The project included the installation of a new Fire Command Center and two (2) hour rated addressable fire alarm system riser with data gathering panels which tie into the existing addressable devices on all building floors.

Siemens New York First Alarms
Kings County Hospital

Kings County Hospital

Brooklyn, NY

EIA successfully completed an energy efficiency upgrade in collaboration with CDM Smith and The New York Power Authority for Kings County Hospital. EIA replaced and retrofitted over 6000 light fixtures and lighting controls throughout the 300,000 sq. ft. hospital complex in order to reduce their energy footprint. The project was performed in multiple areas simultaneously and included active areas of the hospital where professionalism and safety protocols where of the upmost importance.

Squibb Park Bridge @ Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn, NY

In a partnership with Turner Construction, EIA is working on the new Squibb Park Bridge Project in Brookyln. In coordination with the Steel and Architectural Metal Fabricators, EIA is responsible for installing the new bridge’s architectural lighting and power infrastructure. EIA is tasked to run hundreds of feet of PVC coated conduit to facilitate all lighting power and control wiring.

Squibb Bridge Park Brooklyn Bridge
Bronx Council on the Arts

Bronx Council on the Arts

Bronx, NY

EIA did a complete fit-out, conversion of this 7,300 sq. ft. facility from an old banking branch to the new headquarters for this non-profit organization. EIA successfully installed a new 400-amp service, complete new branch circuitry, new energy efficient LED lighting system with autonomous lighting controls, the latest in high speed internet wiring, and a new fire alarm system and security system. The 2019 project required coordination with multiple other trades as well as with the DDC in order to execute.

U.S. Presidential Debate Security

Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY

EIA was the systems integrator for a Presidential Debate in 2012 between President Barak Obama and Governor Mitt Romney at Hofstra University in New York.  The project involved developing and implementing a complex mix of high-tech network I.P.  in conjunction with software from Milestone Systems’ IP video management software that provided secure mobile access over wireless network connections for both ground and air surveillance including thermal and infrared cameras.

Obama and Romeny at debate
MTA building at 130 Livingston
Photo credit: Suzanne Spellen

MTA - 130 Livingston Street

Brooklyn, NY

During this project, EIA completed rewiring of the low voltage system for the entire 13 story building, including voice and data connections for all end-users on each floor. The scope included installation of new wiring as well as full removal of the old wiring being replaced. As the facility operates 24 hours a day, it was paramount that our team worked closely with both MTA and facility personnel to complete this work safely and in a timely manner.

Stebbins – Hewitt NYCHA

Bronx, NY

EIA implemented a new building management system, including basement infrastructure installation and in unit control panel for this New York City Housing Authority development. Included in this was successfully installing wireless access points in the basements and electrical consumption monitoring devices in each apartment as well as new boiler management sensors.

Stebbins – Hewitt NYCHA
Crossroads Juvenile Detention Center

Crossroads Juvenile Detention center

Brooklyn, NY

EIA completed a comprehensive upgrade of the entire 116,032 sq. foot facility to prepare for the incoming 16-17 year old residents from Rikers Island. The project consisted of installing a UPS system, fiberoptic cables for cameras and camera backbones for best resolution, complete cabling for the automatic cell door locking system and LED lights with color-coded alarms. Additionally EIA successfully provided electrical upgrades throughout the facility.

Soul Media (SoulCycle)

513 West 54th Street
New York, NY

EIA successfully renovated four (4) floors of both studio and office space at this new 23,000 sq. ft facility for the fitness brand with the latest technologies and green energy saving products.  The project consisted of installing full electrical, studio and LED lighting with specialized controls, motion detectors as well as providing pathways for low voltage data, internet access, and cameras. EIA also provided the power supply for three innovative interactive at-home workout studios by installing lighting controls and floor tracks. To complete the project, the latest in fire alarm systems and security were installed by EIA.

Soul Cycle Studion building front
Queens LIbrary entrance

Queens Library

Queens, NY

EIA has secured an ongoing relationship with the Queens Library, working at all branches in the borough of Queens. These projects include installing new outlets and light switches, implementing LED lighting, as well as conducting new electric work and troubleshooting electric panels related issues.

Bellevue Hospital

Kips Bay, New York, NY

In collaboration with Wendel and the New York Power Authority, EIA is successfully conducting a complete conversion of all existing light fixtures to LEDs throughout multiple buildings for Bellevue Hospital. This energy saving project is being achieved by installing over 35,000 fixtures and fixture controls throughout the hospital complex. The scope of work for the project was expanded and EIA conducted a selective sampling of lights in additional areas of the hospital.

Bellevue Hospital view of outside of building
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Lenox Hill Hospital

UES, New York, NY

EIA was involved in two locations of the hospital, the Center at MEETH as well as the one at 100 East 77th Street. EIA implemented new Milestone video surveillance servers in the hospital and upgraded the CCTV and intercom systems to meet updated hospital security standards. Additionally, over a hundred IP cameras were successfully installed around and within the buildings. EIA was also tasked with performing maintenance on the existing access control system.

State University of New York

Purchase & Old Westbury Campuses, NY

EIA has built a strong relationship with the State University of New York, leading to conducting jobs at various campuses. EIA upgraded the college’s network infrastructure by installing new Low Voltage cabling throughout. Included in this job was running cabling into IT rooms, conducting terminations on cables with specialized connectors, as well as viability testing and labeling.

SUNY Purchase College Student Affairs building
Photo credit: Purchase College C&CS Archive