Owner: New York Yankees

Location: 161st Street and Jerome Avenue Bronx , NY

Client: Turner Construction Co.

Value: $69,800,000


The new stadium’s design, by HOK Sport, consists of two separate structures. The exterior is a wall circling the perimeter of the Yankees’ new property, and resembles the pre-renovation exterior of the original Yankee Stadium. The interior is a modern ballpark, with increased modern amenities that have become a staple of every new ballpark. The signature frieze, the lattice work that once rimmed the original stadium’s roof, adorns the new stadium’s roof.

The field’s dimensions are identical to those at the previous Yankee Stadium. The new stadium seats approximately 51,000 fans, with a total capacity of approximately 53,000 (including standing room), compared with 57,545 in the original Yankee Stadium. In addition, there are over 60 luxury boxes between the second level and the upper deck.

E-J’s scope included the fit-out of all lighting and power in the Left Field, Home Plate, and Right Field areas, as well as the Architectural lighting control system and the temporary lighting power systems for the entire project.

Owner: Greenwich Country Day School

Location: 200 Old Church Road Greenwich , CT

Client: Pavarini Construction Co.

Value: $1,143,151


A multiphase private school renovation and addition. E-J worked with the construction team from the design development stage providing budgeting, scheduling, logistics information and installed a temporary infrastructure system including power, CATV, voice services and fiber optic data services. The project consisted of underground high voltage and secondary feeders, new power, lighting, voice and data communication systems, fire alarm systems, intercom systems, paging systems, scoreboard systems, stage dimming systems, and motorized backboard systems. The work included new classrooms, renovations to existing classrooms, new main entrance, new gathering center/gymnasium, renovations to two existing gymnasiums, locker room renovations, science building renovations and state-of-the-art video conferencing center/computer lab.

Owner: National Tennis Association

Location: Flushing Meadow Corona Park Flushing , NY

Client: Turner Construction Co.

Value: $3,500,000


Louis Armstrong Stadium was the main venue of the US Open until 1997 when the new Arthur Ashe Stadium was completed.  Originally named the Singer Bowl, Louis Armstrong Stadium was built in 1964 for the Worlds Fair.

As the final Phase of the USTA’s Redevelopment Project, Louis Armstrong Stadium underwent a major renovation and modernization in under 1 years time.

EJ’s scope of work included ALL electrical, communication, broadcast and technical systems within this facility. Electrically the entire existing electrical system was gutted from the service to final loads. A new service and distribution system was installed. Service and distribution equipment included 5kV, 277/480V and 120/208V equipment and wiring.  Also installed was entire fit-out of public spaces within the stadium including extensive architectural lighting of the Great Hall.  Also included was retail and concession space and a new ticket office.

Modernization of this decades old facility included installation of state-of-the-art broadcast cabling infrastructure to match the newly constructed Arthur Ashe Stadium.  A modern data/voice infrastructure was also installed to handle the  Ticket Office, Retail, Concession, Scoring and back office requirements.  A new Broadband TV Distribution and Audio system was installed.  All systems were integrated into the new existing campus systems, bringing the entire campus to the leading edge of technology.

All life safety systems were also installed at this time.  With one month until the US Open the fire department required installation of a Fire Pump.  Within this month EJ engineered and installed a complete service and hookup of this fire pump.

Owner: Yankee Stadium

Location: River Ave/161 Street Bronx , NY

Client: URS

Value: $698,286


E-J’s scope included the replacement of a total of 696 fixtures with (284) 277V 40W biax Visa lighting stemmed fixtures, (282) 277V F3278 4′ long Legion series fourteen enclosed gasketed weather resistant and corrosion free surface mounted florescent fixtures, (63) 277V F9678 8′ long Legion series fourteen enclosed gasketed weather resistant and corrosion free surface mounted florescent fixture, (23) 277V 8′ long surfaced mounted Legion series 606mod and (44) 120V 20W compact fluorescent Kurt Versen.

Owner: City of New York Parks Department

Location: Flushing Meadow Park Corona , NY

Client: City of New York Parks Department

Value: $4,360,000


Electrical maintenance of all electrical systems and scoreboards including Diamond Vision. Maintenance includes field electrical maintenance, audio-visual hook-ups with affiliated TV, radio, electronic signs, concession stands, lighting and new construction in the Stadium. Also completed five major projects in the Stadium.

E-J provides year round maintenance for the stadium including all labor, material and equipment. Maintenance includes the operation of all scoreboards, Diamond Vision, electronic signs and concession stands in the stadium.

We also provide maintenance to The NY Mets. We are responsible for all media hook-ups in and outside the stadium for radio, TV and cable.

We have just concluded the replacement of all the main feeders (42 sets of 4-1 million MCM cable underground) along with the entire replacement of (6) 4000 amp main switches. Installed new 350kW generator to new location and the completion of the replacement and re-engineering of new field lighting.

E-J has been renewed their award of multi-year contracts along with a high recommendation from stadium operations.

Owner: Hudson River Park Trust

Location: 14th & 23rd Street New York , NY

Client: Hudson River Park Trust

Value: $130,600


E-J’s scope of work included the replacement of 100W HPS lamps, ballasts, jelly jar kits, photocells, 15A cartridge fuses at the light poles, at both the 14th Street & 23rd Street Parks and 30A cartridge fuses at the control panel, the rewiring of the control panel and the replacement of soccer field lights at the 23rd Street Park on the West Side.