B.R. Fries provided preconstruction services, including budgeting, value engineering, estimating, scheduling and constructability expertise, and served as general contractor for this $16 Million, 150,000 square foot, 4-phase project.
The project involved consolidating NBC Universal’s news operations from various locations, including MSNBC, into the 3rd and 4th floors at 30 Rockefeller Center, which is home to studios including The Today Show, Dateline and Nightly News with Brian Williams.
The space was reconfigured and renovated to allow for more efficient operations including two reception areas, open plan and private offices, conference rooms, a high-tech presentation room, multiple cafes, and ancillary space. A staircase connecting the floors was integrated, along with new furniture, finishes, lighting and new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
|Location:||30 Rockefeller Center, New York, NY|
|Size:||150,000 square feet|
|Schedule:||Phased over 18 months|