Beyer Blinder Belle

Beyer Blinder Belle

American historic preservation firm in New York. Projects include preservation of the Ford Center for the Performing Arts, Ellis Island Visitors’ Center (illus.), and the interior of Grand Central Terminal, (illus.), all in New York City.
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The interior finishes and exterior enhancements have been designed by architects Beyer Blinder Belle.
When completed, the building will be intimately-sized with graciously proportioned apartment floorplans designed by renowned architectural firm Beyer Blinder Belle.
We selected Arup as the lead engineer because of their experience with large existing station overbuilds and their skills in infrastructure, air rights and transit," said Hany Hassan, FAIA, partner-in-charge for Beyer Blinder Belle.
In May, the Department and General Services Administration announced the award of a $25 million contract to begin the Center's construction, using an award-winning design created by the Washington-based architectural firm Beyer Blinder Belle.
The architectural firm of Beyer Blinder Belle provided the modern concept design.
Trump has reportedly met with design firm Beyer Blinder Belle to discuss a design that would incorporate the existing structure's brick facade.
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects, the firm lauded for such spectacular historic preservations as the Ellis Island Immigration Museum and Grand Central Station, transformed the space in conjunction with renowned museum architects Celia Imrey and Tim Culbert.
After nearly two years of research -- led by Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners (BBB) and project manager Jones Lang LaSalle -- the restoration team of architects, historians, artists and specialty craftsmen developed the historically-accurate renovation plans, restoring the lobby to the original architects' -- Shreve, Lamb and Harmon -- design intent, with modern enhancements including state-of-the-art lighting for a 21st century building.
After a $30-million renovation led by the firm Beyer Blinder Belle, which also oversaw the restoration of Grand Central Terminal, Temple Emanu-El reopened officially on December 15, 2006 with a public ceremony featuring the mayor of New York and the governor-elect of the state, both of whom are congregants.
All this is the triumph of Renzo Piano Building Workshop, working with the New York based restoration architects Beyer Blinder Belle.
Belle's early US experience was gained working with two great architects - Jose Luis Sert and Victor Gruen - before he became a founding partner of Beyer Blinder Belle in 1968.
The company is conducting an urban study of Lower Manhattan before architects Beyer Blinder Belle starts redesigning the World Trade Centre site.