Bronx, NY, January 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Crana Electric, Inc. is proud to have been involved with the $65 million renovation and remodeling project to restore the historic New Yorker Hotel. Conveniently located at 34th Street and Eighth Avenue in Manhattan, across from Madison Square Garden, the New Yorker Hotel is one of the largest art deco buildings in New York City and now boasts 912 newly renovated rooms and suites.
For Crana Electric, Inc. the scope of the electrical renovations at The New Yorker included a complete renovation of electrical distribution, lighting and power. Each room upgrade included the installation of television, phone, BMS cabling, and Wi-Fi internet access. Crana Electric, Inc. diligently communicated with the construction manager on a daily basis to maximize coordination and to ensure the hotel remained open for business.
“It is quite a feat to complete such a transformation while the hotel remained fully operational. We credit hands on management and a responsible skilled team of electricians for it’s success” said Keelan McLaughlin, COO, Crana Electric, Inc.
Crana Electric Inc. has completed many projects within a variety of sectors. Many of its clients are well known organizations and more importantly repeat clients.
Crana Electric, Inc. is a proud member of U.S Green Building Council and has participated in several "green" projects. These include two recent corporate office upgrades in the Manhattan area to LEEDS [R] standards. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System[TM] encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices.
Since it's inception in 2002, Crana Electric, Inc., a full-service electrical contracting company, has established itself as a respected, professional organization known for its dedication to the project and getting the job done, on-time and within budget.