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  • 1. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction “Ascent” - Sculpture by John Safer – National Air & Space Museum – Washington, D.C. Engineering by Capri58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 1
  • 2. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction IntroductionA rigorous engineering education combined with years of practical construction experience is avaluable asset that has proved extremely helpful in forging critical links between project partnersin the design and construction business.The accompanying body of work displays a strong understanding of many different components,construction methods and types, a command of mechanics, sensitivity to architecture, a creativeapproach and an understanding of the financial implications of design on construction costs.This is a sampling of the collective work of twenty eight years of broad and varied expertise.During that time my professional engineering practice was developed in tandem with numerousother projects in which I was also the construction manager. The diversity of this workunderscores what has been made possible by marrying the pragmatic with theory, architectureand art.These projects were all crafted with integrity, professionalism, a dedication to the quality ofwork as well as the ever present awareness of the reputation of the clients that I represent. Ofcourse they were also done with the understanding that I provide a value added service so thatothers may turn out a quality project.The nature of many of these projects has been challenging and exciting. And so it is with greatanticipation I look forward to the next challenge. I hope that it’s yours.Thank you for your consideration.Steven Capri, P.E. 58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 2
  • 3. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Professional IntroductionProfessional RegistrationsProfessional engineer registered in the States of New York and New Jersey practicing structuralengineering.Education:Clarkson University - 1980 - B.S.C. E. in Civil EngineeringNortheastern University 1982 - M.S.C.E. in structural engineering- majoring in structural dynamics and earthquake engineering. Thesis included the design & construction of a small scale shaker table.BiographySteven Capri, P.E. is a professional engineer with significant practical engineering design andconstruction experience. After receiving his master’s degree in civil engineering he joined ImpellCorporation in 1982 as an engineer working on the structural earthquake dynamic analyses ofnuclear power plant structures. In 1984 he moved on to Grumman Aerospace where he was anengineer responsible for structural dynamic modeling and analysis of the A-6, EA6B and F14aircraft during carrier landing and catapult events.After acquiring his professional engineering license in New York in 1986 Mr. Capri beganworking for a major structural consulting engineering firm in Manhattan, and subsequentlymoved on to the construction industry with a small multi-disciplined architectural engineeringdesign-build firm working in multiple roles as structural engineer, project superintendent andproject manager.In 1999 he formed his own company, Capri Construction Management, later renamed CapriCD&E - Construction Design & Engineering and he serves as principle to this day.With over 28 years of engineering experience coupled with practical construction experience hehas engineered and built numerous commercial, residential and specialty projects, serving avariety of roles as engineer, construction manager and general contractor.___________________________________________________________________________58 School St. – Suite 101 – Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470email: stevencapri@optonline.net 58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 3
  • 4. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Service Capabilities Design & Engineering Related Construction & Management Related As-built services– surveys and drawings  General contracting. Awnings, canopies and temporary walkways  Project management – coordination with clients, Commercial building design – general structural owners, owner’s representatives, financiers, design and consulting services with respect to new architects, engineers, subcontractors, expediters, construction as well as renovations and retrofits of building managers, insurance professionals, legal buildings including retail spaces, warehouses, self and financial consultants. storage centers, restaurants, condominiums and  Owner’s representation – liaison to project team pre-fabricated metal buildings. members and monitoring the construction process. Curtain wall systems –aluminum, glass, composite  Construction management services –pre-construction metal panel, EIFS, brick & block. schematic and progress design input, site surveys, Design layouts –plan layouts of buildings and and subsequent construction related management interior office spaces. services. Detailing services – steel and connections  Development of schedules, budgets, control budgets and budget monitoring schemes during construction. Forensic engineering – failure analysis and fire damage assessments  Providing estimating and technical support. Foundation design  Development of project cost feasibility studies for owners and developers of real estate. Investigations and feasibility studies- related to structures and construction. Verifying capacity of  Value engineering - constructability and logistics existing structural systems.  Negotiation of contracts and insuring completeness Light gauge metal framing – engineering of floor, of scope of work for subcontractors. wall, roof and truss systems. Shop drawings for  Preparation and verification of scope of work via use framing subcontractors. of leveling sheets. Marquees, mansards & signs  Mediation and negotiation of contracts and buy-outs Miscellaneous fabrications and specialties –steel with subcontractors. stairs, glass stairs, ornamental iron, mechanical  Coordination of trades and scheduling; mobilizing support systems, antenna supports and solar panel men and material. arrays.  Creation of and managing cash flow and expense Residential structural design – wood, steel and light reports for projects. Tracking job data. gauge metal framing.  Management of both union and non-union projects. Retaining wall design - concrete, masonry and  Field engineering - physical layout (line, grade, MSE segmented walls. foundation, interiors, and architectural details). Shoring/Bracing Schemes Steel detailing and structural calculations for connection designs Structural engineering in art – sculptures, monuments, specialty pieces and landscape art. Structural space frames and glazing systems – hotels, skylights, convention centers, airports, shopping malls. Value engineering – constructability, logistics, alternative construction. Wood Design 58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 4
  • 5. ___________________________ Engineering & Design ___________________________ Engineering: The art of directing the great resources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man. Thomas Tredgold - 184658 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 5
  • 6. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCommercial Building Designs Anchor Program – Lido Beach, N.Y.Single story 13,000 sq. ft. building multi-use facility consisting of a gymnasium, auxiliary offices, kitchen andmeeting rooms. Designed pile supported foundations and slabs on grade, masonry bearing walls, bar joistroofing and interior steel framing. Anchor Program Church of God – Central Islip, N.Y.Single story 100,000 sq. ft. church – Designed the spread concrete footings and foundations for prefabricatedmetal building systems. Grenville Baker Boys and Girls Club – Locust Valley, N.Y.Structural design of new 8000 s.f. gymnasium. Concrete foundations, retaining walls and masonry bearing wallsto carry long span bar joist construction. Brick veneer. Tectum roof panels. Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club Gymnasium Broad Hollow Road – Melville, N.Y.Single story 12,400 s.f. steel framed office building. Concrete foundations. Bar joist and metal deck roofconstruction. Light gauge exterior wall system w/ E.I.F.S.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 6
  • 7. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCommercial Building Designs– cont’d Northern Blvd. Medical Center – Great Neck, New YorkTwo story 6000 s.f. office building. Parking garage on ground level. Elevated offices on second level. Steelframed building bearing on pile capped foundations. Bar joist & metal deck roof. Exterior ribbon curtain wallsystem designed with light gauge metal framing. Bridgehampton Commons – Bridgehampton, N.Y.Single story 38,000 sq. ft. shopping center. Designed foundation, steel framing and masonry . Interior steelframing, bar joists and metal deck construction. Large sloping mansard roof constructed with bar joists andmetal deck. The 50 ft. wide gables were constructed with trusses of light gauge metal framing. M&R Realty Bldg.-Syosset, N.Y.Three story 50,000 sq. ft. office building – foundations and steel framing . Steel deck and concrete floors.Elevator. Light gauge metal framed ribbon curtain walls at perimeter. Day CareCenter – Valley Stream, N.Y.Two story 28,000 sq. ft. building - Reinforced concrete foundations, steel framing and concrete slab floors. Stevenson Printing – Glen Cove, N.Y.Two story 19,000 s.f. building built into a hillside. Designed reinforced concrete footing foundations and a 24ft. high reinforced concrete cantilever retaining wall back of building. Stevenson Printing58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 7
  • 8. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCommercial Building Designs– cont’d 25 Havemeyer St. – Brooklyn, N.Y.Designed reinforced concrete mat foundation for this 5 story building constructed with prefabricated metalframing and panel systems. The Creek Club - Lattingtown, N.Y.Designed 1200 sq. ft. exercise room addition to an existing squash court building. The new adddition was setinto an existing hillside. Used stepped reinforced concrete foundations and a prefabricated metal buildingsystem. Creek Club58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 8
  • 9. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionBuilding Alterations/Additions Hansen’s Time Square Brewery - New York, N.Y.Structural investigation and subsequent modification of existing building structure to sustain brewery tank loads.Modified existing spandrel and floor beams( located over Times Square subway station ) to accommodate theloading condition. Also designed 2 mezzanine type steel and concrete structures to support brewery tanks abovedining room and bar areas. Designed built up raised concrete floor slab system for kitchen area. La Panetiere Restaurant - Rye, N.Y.Structural design for a second story addition to an existing single story building. Design included foundations,structural steel, and wood frame construction. The addition consisted of a new glass encased conservatory whichwas married to the existing building at the second floor. New supporting steel and platform spanned 50 ft. overexisting dining rooms below which were kept fully functional during construction. Fun Zone - Melville, N.Y.Engineered the elimination of existing interior columns as well as moving others in order to provide additionalroom for an interior amusement park. Havana Potatoes - Hunts Point Terminal Market - Bronx, N.Y.Designed a new roof retrofit to an existing roof system. Client needed to replace existing roof bar joists with analternate steel beam construction to gain additional interior ceiling height for 2000 sq. ft. of new walk-inrefrigerated boxes without affecting the roof construction above.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 9
  • 10. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionLight Gauge Metal Framing Design Leland Lane – Southhampton, N.Y.Light gauge metal framing design and shop drawings for exterior walls, mansard and a 24 ft. diameter conicalsilo roof structure – 20,000 sq. ft. total Young Israel – Great Neck, N.Y. Light gauge metal framing shop drawings and calculations for exterior walls provided for framingsubcontractor – 32,000. sq. ft. total Reconstruction of 79th St. Maintenance Facility at Central Park – N.Y.,N.Y.Engineering of light gauge metal framing roof truss system for this 6,100 s.f. facility. The gabled trussesspanned 45 ft. and sat atop light gauge exterior bearing wall system. JFK Airport – International Airlines Terminal – Naples RestaurantLight gauge metal framed structural design of new fire-rated kitchen envelope which was placed inside theterminal. Designed a self supporting fire rated ceiling to carry all new hung ceilings and mechanical equipment.Investigated the capacity of the existing floor system to sustain the new framing and concentrated post loads. Grace Residence – Oyster Bay, New York 6,200 sq. ft addition - The entire floor, wall and roof framing scheme was designed with light gauge steel. Merrick Rd. - Valley Stream, N.Y. Steel framing with light gauge metal framing for roof and exterior façade – 3000 s.f. Merrick Rd. – Valley Stream58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 10
  • 11. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCurtain Walls & Composite Metal Panels 15 Union Square West – New York, N.Y.Designed backup steel structure and attachments for this complex multi planar butt glazed glass and aluminumstick built curtain wall system – 12 stories. Also was on hand to provide field engineering services for a varietyof building modifications, shoring shemes and as-built drawings. 15 Union Square West 144 N. 8th St. – Williamsburg Brooklyn , N.Y.Window attatchments, custom window mullions and shop drawings. Terra cotta tile rain screen wall attachments– 12 stories Morgan Stanley – New JerseyACM Panels and light gauge metal framing backup.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 11
  • 12. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCurtain Walls & Composite Metal Panels – cont’d David Yurman Store – New York, N.Y.Custom made steel panel curtain wall system including glass retention and thermal bridging details. Yurman @ Madison Ave. 338 W38th St. – New York, N.Y.Provided engineering calculations and design input for 10 different portions of this project. Custom aluminumcurtain wall sections as well as stock component aluminum and glass designs. 338 West 38th St.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 12
  • 13. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCurtain Walls & Composite Metal Panels – cont’d 60 Crossways Park – Syosset, N.Y.Design of curved aluminum and glass stick built curtain wall design system. Curved glass parapet walls. 60 Crossways Park 1269 Lexington Ave. – New York, N.Y.Provided calculations for attachment of ACM panels. Provided reinforcing details for large ACM panels inorder to meet required deflection limits – 17 stories 1269 Lexington Ave.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 13
  • 14. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCurtain Walls & Composite Metal Panels – cont’d Four Points Hotel – Astoria, N.Y.Glass and aluminum curtain wall design. Mullion sizing and attachments to building structure - 11 stories58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 14
  • 15. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCurtain Walls & Composite Metal Panels – cont’d Building 92 at Brooklyn Navy Yard – Brooklyn, N.Y.The four story structure is constructed with a stick-built aluminum and glass curtain wall system. Providedengineering and calculations for entire curtain wall construction including all anchorages to building. Projectalso consists of two canopies, a skylight system as well as light gauge metal wall framing. In addition, this frontside is covered nearly in its entirety with a sun shade system constructed of custom stamped aluminum panels. Bldg 92 at Brooklyn Navy Yard58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 15
  • 16. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionSkylights & Windows 15 Union Square West – New York, N.Y.Design of 21’ x 40’ gabled skylight and a 10’x10’ four sides hip roof skylight. 200 West 57th St. – New York, N.Y.Wind load analysis, clip and fastening design for 14 different window configurations. 60 Crossways Park – Westbury, N.Y.Wind load analysis, clip and fastening design for ribbon window system.Retaining WallsMechanically Stabilized Earth Retention Systems Breen Residence – Glen Cove Jones Residence – Sea Cliff, N.Y. Robinson Residence – Sands Point, N.Y. Christ Residence – Glen Cove, N.Y. Orlando Residence – Glen Cove, N.Y. Braunschweiger Resience – Port Washington, N.Y. Pappas Residence –16’ high - Sea Cliff, N.Y. Swett Residence – Sea Cliff, N.Y. Portview North –15’ high multi tiered wall – Sands Point, N.Y. Bencivenni Residence – 13’ high multi tiered wall – Sea Cliff, N.Y.Reinforced Concrete Sensale Residence – Sands Point, N.Y. Grapstein Residence – Sea Cliff, N.Y. – 12’ high cantilever Stevenson Printing – Glen Cove – 24’ high cantilever58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 16
  • 17. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionSpecialty Items National Air & Space Museum, Washington D.C. This is a tapered ribbon type stainless steel clad structure which rises up from the ground in a spiral-like fashion. It is 11 ft. wide and a mere 24 inches thick at the bottom and towers 70 ft. high until, at its peak it tapers to 4 inches wide by 4 inches thick. Hudson Hotel -New York, New York Acted as consultant to a specialty metal fabricator to design a cost effective support system for a translucent and back-lit glass floor system.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 17
  • 18. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Specialty Items – cont’d Space Shuttle Awning Enclosure - Deer Park, N.Y. Structural design of a scaled down version ( approx. ¼ scale) of the space shuttle using tube framing which was covered with awning fabric and used as a shelter for a playground. Structure is 45 ft. long with 25 ft. wingspan and is perched 15 ft. above an outdoor playground. Legal Sea Foods – Sawgrass Mills, Florida This highly unusual 40 ft. high fish shaped pylon sign was designed and fabricated for the entrance to the Legal Sea Foods flagship store.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 18
  • 19. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Specialty Items – cont’d Afro-American Museum - Detroit, Michigan Structural design and detailing of a 78 ft. long ,vertically curved steel bridge structure which spans over a series of ship models and memorabilia within the building. Le Cirque Restaurant – New York, N.Y. Structural design of these unusual elliptical rings ( 35 ft. x 18 ft. in plan view) were interwoven with each other and supported above the bar area by resting on four large torchiere lamps. Also did structural design of the torchiere lamps and the bar.Space Frames Doubletree Hotel Santa Clara, CA Designed this large, irregular shaped exterior spaceframe to be used as a pedestrian walkway and shelter. Frame was shaped somewhat like the Big Dipper and was supported on a series of steel “T” columns. University Hospital at Boston, MA Designed this roof top structural spaceframe and glass cladding system to fit in between and to tie into two existing buildings. Frame was 72 ft. x 62 ft. in plan view and was 4’-6” deep. 58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 19
  • 20. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionSpace Frames (cont’d) Henry Butts Car Dealership-Texas Designed glass clad architectural roofing system. This was a sloped spaceframe extending from the top side of the building on down to the ground. Top of frame was 53 ft. above ground and extended 100 ft. in width. Omni-Max Theatre – Puerto Rico Designed the geodesic dome superstructure. San Antonio Botanical Gardens - San Antonio, TexasResidential Design Robert M. Stern Architect Structural design of two 6000 sq. ft. + houses which were designed by architect Robert M. Stern. Foundations, wood and steel framing. Clifford Residence Wood framed structural design of a house built into a rock cliff on the Hudson River. A 12 ft. wide cantilevered outdoor deck was supported bysteel trusses and columns extending 40 ft. down to rock ledge below. The house was anchored to rock at foundation. Billy Joel Residence - East Hampton, L.I. Designed structural wood framing . 779 Glen Cove Ave. – Glen Head, N.Y. Designed and built a 4,000 s.f. wood framed house.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 20
  • 21. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionResidential Design (cont’d) Roy Lichtenstein Residence - N.Y., N.Y. Steel and concrete design required to transform an existing steel warehouse into a home and art studio. Extensive use of transfer beams in order to remove seven out of eleven columns at the ground level. In addition, a third story was added onto this existing 2 story building. Grace Residence – Oyster Bay, New York Addition – 6,200 sq. dt. - The entire floor, wall and roof framing scheme was designed with light gauge steel. The foundations were designed for 22 ft. deep basement spaces. Adib Residence – Roslyn, N.Y. New 5,200 square foot home - Foundations and wood framing. Portview North – Port Washington, N.Y. Provided structural engineering for foundations, retaining walls and wood framing for a series of three separate 2,800 sq. ft. homes. Tate Residence – Centre Island New York Structural engineering for foundations & framing including custom bowstring trusses. 4,500 s.f.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 21
  • 22. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCondominiums & High Rise20 Pine St. – New York, N.Y. This site location is at the Chase Manhattan Bank Plaza in downtown New York. In 2007 I was called to work directly for Boymelgreen Developers to take over the shop drawing process for a failing steel subcontractor. I subsequently worked to provide structural steel engineering design, shop drawings and drafting services for a major rework of the steel framing for this 36 floor tower with 6 basement levels. Along with the extensive modifications to the existing structure that was nearly 80 years old was the need to produce the shop drawings in order to quickly move the steel erection along. Working immediately behind demolition crews I provided verification of existing conditions and subsequent on-site engineering for a host of major framing elements, shoring and bracing schemes, curtain wall support systems and miscellaneous metal work. 20 Pine St.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 22
  • 23. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCondominiums & High Rise – cont’d15 Union Square West– New York, N.Y. Built in 1870 as the original home of Tiffany & Co. this office building is being converted (including the addition of 6 floors) into a 110,000 sq. ft. mixed use luxury residential condominium and retail complex. While working directly for Brack Capital Real Estate, I provided structural engineering of steel framing and connection details for both new and existing components, design of shoring and bracing schemes for various construction phases, design of new steel to complete marriage of the original structure to new structural elements, miscellaneous repairs, as-built drawings of new steel elements as well as providing detailing of base building steel support systems for an unusual and complicated curtain wall system.Sunnyside Plaza – Queens, N.Y.Designed and built this seven story condominium complex utilizing precast concrete plank and masonry bearingwalls. Footings included pump handle design for lot line construction Sunnyside Plaza58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 23
  • 24. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCondominiums & High Rise – cont’dRenaissance West at 81st St. – New York, NY. I was the Project Engineer for this 23 story 124 unit condominium tower at 2250 Broadway at 81st Street. This was a reinforced concrete tower with brick cladding. The lower retail floors of the building were married to the stone clad 100 year old 3 story 24,000 sq. ft. Reeves RKO Theatre which was gutted and subsequently rebuilt as prime retail space. The theatre foundation was underpinned and lowered to develop additional retail space in basement. The existing stone veneer of the Theatre was kept while the remaining steel framing shell of the theatre remained and was reinforced. All of the existing wood floor framing and floor was removed & replaced with structural C-joists, decking and concrete. Renaissance West  Mapped out the initial site surveys of existing conditions.  Supervised the design and development of drawings.  Coordinated with the architect, other engineers, the developer and the contractor  Provided on-site development of details for renovation of the theatre.  Provided resolution to field conditions.  Shop drawing reviews & approvals.  Designed the grand stair in the retail space.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 24
  • 25. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Stairs & Glass 217 West Broadway – New York, N.Y. This stair was designed for a residence in Manhattan. It features all glass treads and platforms – supported by stainless steel tube stringers.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 25
  • 26. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Stairs & Glass - cont’d Leonard St. Apartment – New York, N.Y. This spiral stair features multiple radii and consists of different sized inner and outer stringers which were designed with custom bent box sections.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 26
  • 27. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Stairs & Glass - cont’d 510 Madison Ave. – New York, N.Y. This glass floor features a single piece of triple laminated glass measuring 8’ x 6’ and serves as a lobby entrance platform to the elevators. I also designed the three ply glass handrails with custom point fixings.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 27
  • 28. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Stairs & Glass - cont’d Michael Kors Store @ Madison Ave. This is a mirror backed glass tread design set in a custom wrapped tread. Acrylic walls and handrails.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 28
  • 29. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Fire Island Residence – New York This unusual configuration consists of a spiral stair contained within a twisted glass cube. The non-planar aspect of the glass on each side of the cube made it challenging to attach it to the corner mullion posts. Combine that with a harsh environment on the water and an attachment to an old house and you have the recipe for an interesting project.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 29
  • 30. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionEngineering and the ArtsIntroductionI n addition to the traditional body of work that we as structural engineers become involved in there are times when we provide guidance for specialty pieces that are not necessarily built ofbeams and columns, concrete and steel. These are works where aluminum, bronze, fiberglass,glass, and composite materials are commonplace. Over the past two decades I have been able topractice a different play on structural engineering - where intuition and creativity are a vitalcompliment to our “book smarts”.Design and construction of each of these projects requires a working knowledge of manydifferent materials and methods of construction. Most of these projects are one of a kind andeach requires a different perspective than the traditional structural engineering – different waysof seeing and feeling, different ways of determining loads and unique formulations of creativeanalysis.As we step into the artist’s world it is important, as with any client, to understand their intention,maintain their creative vision, work within the boundaries of what is practical and cost effectivewhile giving them a sense that engineering and art can and should work hand in hand.L e Cirque 2000 Restaurant – New York, N.Y. I designed theseunusual stainless steel elliptical rings(35 ft. x 18 ft. in plan view) which wereinterwoven with each other andsupported above the bar area by restingon 14 ft. tall torchiere lamps. The lampswere not fastened to the floor. Also didstructural design of the torchiere lampsand the bar. Architect: Adam Tihani58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 30
  • 31. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionP ool Bar Enclosure at the Earl residence- This was an asymmetrical shelter was constructed as a fiberglass reinforced “delta shaped” roof structure which wassupported by 3 asymmetrical columns which were also bent in the vertical plane. Theentire structure resembled a random triangular shaped element carved from the surface ofa (large) sphere. Each side of the structure was roughly 15 ft. long. – Architect Adam Tihani D reamers Awake - 16 ft. high bronze sculpture placed in the plaza of the U.S. Courthouse in Minneapolis. I designed the internal reinforcing, foot attachments, base plate arrangement, foundations, connections to existing structure and waterproofing details. Artist: Tom OtternessNo Title - Bronze sculpture of two 12” high figurines holding a twenty inch diameter marblesphere weighing 500 lbs. In addition there is an eagle perched atop the marble sphere. The pieceis installed at the GSA Courthouse (Government Services Administration) in Sacramento,California. - Artist Tom Otterness ubway Pieces @ 14th St. – TheseS were a series of small bronze figuresappearing to support massive steelbeams. The sculptures are located instairwells at the 14th St. and 8th Ave.Subway Station. Artist Tom Otterness58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 31
  • 32. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionM onte Carlo Exhibit – Designed foundations for a series of 10sculptures for seven different artists in P laza Las Americas –Puerto Rico.this outdoor exhibit in France Sea Weeds – These were a series of 7 different spiral-like sea weed sculptures placed in a central fountain location. The sculptures were ribbon-like in appearance and varied in height from 7 ft. to 32 ft. All were constructed of a stainless steel skin applied to a tapered tube steel backbone Artist - Jo Schneider58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 32
  • 33. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionP laza Las Americas - Star Court – Hanging sculpture R ock Man – this sculpture was set in the courtyard of the GSA Building in Sacramento California. I designed the internal structure, base mounting waterproofing and foundation. Artist – Tom Otterness Artist – Jo Schneider “Birds of Knowledge”P laza Las Americas - JC Pennys – this is a series of 6 hangingsculptures each cantilevered frombuilding steel Artist – Jo Schneider Artist – Magdalena Abakanowicz58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 33
  • 34. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionC leveland Airport –Paper Airplanes These aluminum pieces were hungfrom the ceiling of two atriums. Each Each airplane piece required integration with the airport’s engineering and construction teamspiece was designed for the cabling andattachment points to the building steel. Artist – Andy Yoder Artist – Andy YoderE agle – This sculpture was placed in the courtyard of the U.S. StateDepartment in Washington D.C. This H ippomenes – Hofstra University, New York. I designed the internal structure, mountingpiece literally was flown into place in details and pedestal base.two pieces via helicopter. The piece wasdesigned for logistical lifting and piecingtogether. Artist – Greg Wyatt Artist – Greg Wyatt58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 34
  • 35. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionT ensegrity – Designed a “portable” foundation for this piece that couldbe fabricated in pieces, hauled up an I BM – I consulted on fabrication techniques and materials as well as cabling attachment hardware andelevator and subsequently bolted movement concerns.together on a roof where the piece wasdisplayed for a gallery. This shot depictsa ¼ scale model of the actual piece. Thefoundation was a dead weight that couldnot be bolted to the roof and had to resistlarge cantilevered loads. Client – Mison Concepts Artist – Ken Snelson58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 35
  • 36. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionT hese were a pair of kinetic sculptures place in separate lobbies in the same building inSoHo New York. Both sculptures were able to spin and to glide – guided overhead and in the floor by custom trolley systems. Artist – Owen Morrell Artist – Owen Morrell58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 36
  • 37. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionSignsGrand Central Station – Information Boards – New York, N.Y. These were designed in sections which were to be wheeled into place, field bolted and erected.Sony Wonders Sign – New York, N.Y.Designed the internal structure as well as the interface to the building steel. Considerable attention was given toa structure that would allow unhampered access to lighting and internal components.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 37
  • 38. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionSigns – cont’dAirport Plaza – Farmingdale, N.Y.Designed the foundation and superstructure for this monument sign. A basic tube steel skeleton wassupplemented by light gauge metal framing designed to accept the sign boxes and an EIFS application.Virgin Megastore – Westbury, N.Y.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 38
  • 39. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Canopies & Walkways  Newark Airport Walkway – New Jersey  Jet Blue Terminal – Temporary Hold Room – JFK Airport – New York. This temporary holding room is used to offload passengers from the planes while the main terminal is being constructed. We designed the canopy framing and attachment to the tarmac.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 39
  • 40. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Canopies & Walkways - cont’d  The Palace Canopy – New York, N.Y.  Rockefeller Center Skating Rink/Restaurant Conversion, New York, N.Y.  Marquis Canopy – New York, N.Y.  Hudson River Valley Senior Center, Hudson, N.Y.  Hackensack University Medical Center – Hackensack, N.J.  Polo – Ralph Lauren- Madison Ave. – New York, N.Y.  Loews Theatres – New York, N.Y. and Nyack N.Y.  Madison Square Garden – Nick & Stef’s Restaurant – New York, N.Y.  410 W 13th St. New York, N.Y. – Two 15’x54’Canopies58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 40
  • 41. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Canopies & Walkways – cont’d  Ten W. 74th St. – New York, N.Y. Ten West 74th St.  Surrey Hotel – 76th St. – New York, N.Y. – 13’x15’ Canopy Surrey Hotel58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 41
  • 42. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction Canopies & Walkways – cont’d  Jet Blue – Taxi Stand @ JFK Airport – New York58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 42
  • 43. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & Construction ____________________________ Construction & Management ___________________________58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 43
  • 44. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionRestaurantsC afe Centro – Met Life Building – 200 Park Ave. New York, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________Construction Manager/General Contractor/Engineer11,000 square feet greet the fine and casual diner alike in this MetLife Building eatery located just above GrandCentral Station. Value was recognized at each juncture while completing the project. In the pre-construction phasewe worked with the owner and architect as construction manager. I also designed a cavity floor system to house theplumbing and electrical infrastructure. Ultimately we constructed the project under a general contractor agreement.B eer Bar – Met Life Building – 200 Park Ave. New York, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________Construction Manager/General Contractor/Engineer58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 44
  • 45. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionN aples 45 – Met Life Building – 200 Park Ave. New York, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________Construction Manager/General Contractor/EngineerMediterranean warmth greets visitors arriving at the 14,000 square foot sanctuary of Naples 45. We acted asconstruction managers during the schematic and pre-construction phases. As development progressed, we providedstructural engineering and design consultation for the storefront extension within the MetLife Building. Finally, weconstructed the project under a general contractor agreement.T imes Square Brewery – 5 Times Square - New York, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________General Contractor/EngineerWe constructed this Brewery at the corner of 42nd St. and Broadway. We also engineered the steel platforms to holdthe tanks and designed the reinforcing of the existing building floors to support the brewery storage tanks.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 45
  • 46. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionT ropica – 200 Park Ave. - New York, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________Construction Manager/General ContractorThis 7,500 square foot Bahamian seafood restaurant provided a new twist on island charm. I acted as projectmanager and superintendent under a general contracting arrangement.B rasserie Restaurant – 153 East 53 rd St. - New York, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________General ContractorFamed as one of New Yorks all-night eateries, this restaurant suffered a crippling fire in 1999. The old restaurantwas gutted and a full restoration brought the Brasserie back to a different life in the landmark Seagrams Building.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 46
  • 47. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionN ick & Stef’s - 33rd St @ Madison Square Garden - New York, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________General Contractor/EngineerThe articulated ceilings proved to be particularly challenging. In addition, the seating and banquette arrangementswere also wildly irregular. We acted as general contractor. I was also retained as structural engineer for the irregularawning that was placed outside.C ucina & Company – 200 Park Ave. - New York, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________General Contractor58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 47
  • 48. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionResidentialB elle De Mere – Lloyd Neck New York, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________Construction ManagerThis estate consists of an 11,000 square foot main house with five bedrooms and a 3000 squarefoot guest house next door. The guest house features a tennis court / hockey rink and swimmingpool.. 58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 48
  • 49. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionL evy Residence – Glen Head ,N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________Design/BuildN orth Shore Acres – Glen Head ,N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________Design/Build________________________________________________________________________58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 49
  • 50. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionH ong Residence – Chelsea, N.Y.,N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________General ContractorAmong some of the unique and award-winning features was a custom glass clad millwork piecethat separated the living spaces from the bedroom areas. The architects used wire mesh curtaindividing screens which when backlit properly, provided the effect of separate rooms within aroom. We also provided custom glass clad kitchen cabinetry. This project won the AIA BostonSociety of Architects Chapter Award for Excellence.______________________________________________________________________________58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 50
  • 51. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCondominiums orth 5th St. – Williamsburg, Brooklyn, N.Y.N____________________________________________________________________________ Construction Manager In 2005 we were engaged to provide pre-construction management services for this 30 unit, 40,000 sq. ft., four story project with a budget of $9,000,000. This was a conversion project from industrial to residential use.  Design reviews – ongoing since inception of project.  Developed preliminary construction budgets, schedules and projected cash flows.  Updated the budget at 25% and 80% completion of bid drawings.  Prepared prequalification criteria for bidders, and assembled a list of recommended subcontractors.  Developed, prepared and issued bid packages.  Conducted pre-bid conferences with approved Subcontractors.  Took competitive bids and prepared leveling sheets as a basis of bid comparison.  Developed preliminary shoring and bracing schemes in order to retain the integrity of existing exterior bearing walls.  Provided value engineering services. 150 North 5th St. – Williamsburg, Brooklyn58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 51
  • 52. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCondominiums – cont’dS unnyside Plaza – Queens, N.Y.____________________________________________________________________________ Engineer/General Contractor I served as the structural engineer of record for this 7 story, 30 unit condominium project. The first 2 floors were designed as a parking garage while the upper 5 floors were residential units. We used pre-cast concrete plank floors set on masonry bearing walls and clad the building with a brick and block veneer. We subsequently constructed the project . Sunnyside Plaza – Queens, N.Y.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 52
  • 53. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionRetailK rispy Kreme - New York, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________General ContractorJust prior to the company going public in April of 2000, we renovated four existing stores inManhattan over the course of four weeks. We were subsequently awarded the construction oftheir first brand new freestanding 4,000 square foot pad store on Long Island.The following year we hired to build their New York production facility. We converted anexisting warehouse space in Long Island City into a 22,000 square foot production facility withfour production lines and back offices.. 58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 53
  • 54. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionRetail (cont’d)E cco Shoe Stores – Tanger Outlet Mall – Riverhead, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________General ContractorW allachs Mens Stores______________________________________________________________________________General ContractorWe have constructed new stores and renovated existing ones throughout the greater New Yorkmetropolitan area including locations at lower Broadway, Madison Ave., Roosevelt Field Mall,Miracle Mile on Long Island, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and New Jersey. We also constructedone store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. These projects averaged approximately 6,000 sq. ft.F lorsheim Shoe Stores______________________________________________________________________________General ContractorWe constructed and renovated four of these stores throughout the New York metropolitan region.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 54
  • 55. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionRetail (cont’d)P aparazzi Salon – Glen Cove, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________Design/Build58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 55
  • 56. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionRecreationalC reek Club – Locust Valley, N.Y.__________________________________________________________________________General ContractorIndoor tennis and racquetball facility with an adjoining fitness center built with prefabricatedmetal building. The Creek58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 56
  • 57. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCommercial Buildings/OfficesP ump Gym – Roslyn, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________Design/Build – 10,000 sq. ft. facilityGeneral Contractor Fatwire – 20,000 sq. ft. of new offices - Garden City, N.Y.S tevenson Printing –Glen Cove, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________General Contractor/Engineer12,000 sq. ft. commercial building Stevenson PrintingDesign/Build Offices CAM Associates – Glen Cove, N.Y. Parisi & Leonick, Law Offices – Glen Cove, N.Y. Phone Charge –Glen Cove, N.Y. Sherlock Homes – Glen Cove, N.Y.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 57
  • 58. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionCommercial Buildings – cont’dR etail Store Center – 234 W. Merrick Rd. – Valley Stream, N.Y.______________________________________________________________________________General ContractorConstructed a new 3,600 square foot retail center in Valley Stream after removal of an existingstructure. 234 West Merrick Rd.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 58
  • 59. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionSchoolsM ill Neck Manor School For The Deaf – Mill Neck, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________Construction ManagementFor two years we implemented an ongoing capitol improvement program at this sprawlingschool campus. This property was once a large 80 acre estate and is highlighted by the SeftonManor building – a 41,000 square foot Gothic style stone mansion for which we provided thefollowing services:  Reconstruction and restoration of the exterior stone elements of the Manor House.  Engineering design calculations and input on upgrading the 90 year old electrical service to the building  Evaluating and making recommendations on rewiring the interior spaces.  Waterproofing the building envelope.  Interior repairs to electrical, plumbing, steam heating systems, woodworking and plaster.  Installation of a new fire alarm system .Other campus building related services:  Re-roofing and insulation of classrooms.  Reconditioning of gymnasium floors.  Reconstruction of classroom ceilings with retrofit of energy efficient lighting and insulation upgrades.  Design/build services related to restoration of 15,000 square foot indoor swimming arena including new dehumidification equipment.  Feasibility studies related to correcting site water management.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 59
  • 60. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionM ill Neck Manor School For The Deaf – Mill Neck, N.Y.________________________________________________________________________This front entrance to the Manor house was a feux wood structure constructed as an interimmeasure after the demolition of the original entrance and during the period while the originalstone entrance pieces were being replaced.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 60
  • 61. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionMedicalS t. Francis Hospital – DeMatteis Center – Greenvale, N.Y.General ContractorWe converted the site of the old New York Chiropractic College into a 60,000 + squarefoot Medical Campus. I was the project manager and site superintendent. Highlightsincluded the following:  Creation of a new auditorium  Renovation of 40,000 sq. ft. of classrooms into space for medical offices and support staff  Creation of a gym with walking track and perimeter offices for on-site cardio testing  Renovation of an existing 15,000 square foot mansion into administration and staff offices. St. Francis DeMatteis Center58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 61
  • 62. Steven Capri, P.E. Engineering, Design & ConstructionMedical – (cont’d)L ong Island Plastic Surgical Group – Garden City, N.Y._______________________________________________________________________General ContractorCompleted a new AAAASF certified two room operating suite including recoveryrooms, medical gas systems and backup generator. Long Island Plastic Surgical GroupN orth Nassau Cardiology – Roslyn Heights, N.Y.General Contractor - Construction of new offices for medical nuclear imaging facilityM ill Neck Manor – School For The Deaf – Audiology - Mill Neck, N.Y.General Contractor - Construction of 3,000 sq. ft. of new offices for hearing testingfacility.58 School St. - Suite 101 Glen Cove, N.Y. 11542 Ph. 516.671.2200 Fax 516.671.3470 email: stevencapri@optonline.net 62

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