FXB Engineering completed the initial Base Station Hotel for Transit Wireless in spring of 2103, and was selected again for 32-story, 1 million SF building at 375 Pearl Street.
Chadds Ford, PA September 2, 2015– FXB Engineering, a leading provider of Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Protection engineering services, was recently awarded the architectural and engineering to Transit Wireless for a Base Station hotel located at the foot of the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge. 2013 marked a milestone in history for New York City’s underground subway network. FXB Engineering completed the design and management of the full build-out of the first base station hotel for Transit Wireless. Transit Wireless identified the need for a control center and leased 375 Pearl Street, formerly the Verizon Building. FXB is excited to be a part of this latest project that will powering millions of subway riders with cellular service and Wi-Fi in all 279 NYC subways.
FXB is providing design services that will accommodate up to 65 stations and 4 carriers. The project will include a 9,ooo SF fit-out and act as the Transit Wireless control center. Peter J. Bonnes, P.E., President at FXB Engineering states, “FXB is proud to be a part of Transit Wireless’ tremendous growth and expansion. Marking a milestone in history with Transit Wireless and Wi-Fi in the subway stations is a great accomplishment. FXB’s team of engineers provided practical solutions within budget and scope. ”